My June blog sees me 3 weeks post injury. I will be honest and say this is not quite where I thought I would be mid season, but, thats life as they say, so there’s no point getting down about it, instead I have been busy in other areas of my life.
In addition to riding, I also coach riders and I am also a fully qualified Sports Psychologist. I love being able to teach from the ground but I also love being able to help people with confidence and performance issues, which maybe stopping them from achieving their best.
This month, ... Read More
Someone wise once said: ‘The only two certainties in life are death and taxes.’ As a seasoned equestrian I would like to add a third; ‘No matter how well laid the plans, the road ahead is never straight.’
Earlier this year I was privileged to be asked to join the EWW supported rider scheme. It came with the perhaps spurious honour of writing a monthly blog. As someone who has always shied away from writing public blogs, you will dear readers hopefully bear with me, as I flounder through the early days of blog writing, until I perhaps one day produce ... Read More
Our second supported rider is 4* rider Clare Chamberlayne.
Alongside competing 6 horses this season, Clare coaches all levels and types of riders, is a practising
sports psychologist and also a BE Acc Coach, BHSI, UKCC3 Coach, BHS Assessor, SHBGB Panel Judge and holds PC A Test!!
Clare grew up surrounded by horses as her parents bred highly successful point to pointers, and NH horses. She enjoyed Pony Club and competed successfully at the Pony Club Championships on several different horses.
Clare was lucky enough to progress into the Pony, Junior and Young Rider programmes for ... Read More