Eventing Worldwide relies hugely on its team of professional and amateur reporters and journalists to bring readers all the latest eventing news, stories, gossip and more.
We are one big friendly team here at EWW and have reporters all over the UK from event riders to equestrian enthusiasts to university and college students to professional journalists.
Please find below a list of our wonderful reporting team, all of whom we are hugely grateful too!
Should you wish to join our team by reporting at your local event or covering a region or rider then please do not hesitate to get in touch – you can email email@example.com
One of EWW’s main objectives is to promote the eventing sport and encourage new entrants, whether that be riders, writers, owners or photographers. So please do not hesitate to get in touch whether you’re a total beginner or a pro!
This year is going to be a huge one for me; not only do I turn the big 3-0 but I am also getting married in August, working full time as a Lighting Advisor for Delta Light UK and will be out at as many events as possible throughout the season with my horse, Craan Bob (Bobby). I am starting my 2015 season with the BE90 at Askham Bryan College before moving up to my first BE100 at Oasby the following week. I am based at Hargate Equestrian in Derbyshire and will be covering as many local events as possible including Stafford, Eland Lodge and Solihull. Chatsworth International is my ultimate event and has been a long held ambition to ride there. I am very excited to report for Eventing Worldwide for the 2015 season and hope that you will come and say hello if you see me out and about.
Sarah is a grassroots rider with a passion for writing. Having grown up with horses she was a member of the Beaufort Hunt Pony Club riding alongside international event riders and has represented her riding club at the British Riding Club National Championships. She is regularly out competing her own horse Baby Daly and supporting her mum, who still competes her horse Kingsheath Mastermind in her 70s. Away from horses, Sarah is a full time PR and Marketing professional, specialising in the events industry, with a particular focus on social media. As part of the Eventing Worldwide Team, Sarah produces event reports from around the country and gets up close and personal with event riders to bring you the latest news first.