I have half of my level 3 horse management qualification from Bishop Burton. I have the papers in my folder. I also have a level 2 qualification for volunteering. I am hoping to complete my BHS qualifications from the beginning of next year.
Head girl at HOYS yard. Mucking out 10 ponies, haynets, turning in and out, exercising (riding, free school, lunge) maintaining care of yard. Also have a mare and foal on yard.
i have ridden since i was 5 and competed since i was 10. I started eventing affiliated (British Eventing) when i was 14, and have done ever since. I left school and studied 1 year level 3 horse management at Bishop Burton College. After the first year i decided to go into industry instead of doing second year. I then worked for my trainer at our eventing yard where we are based, doing jobs for lessons, until i found a permanent job that would include a wage. I then got my job at a HOYS producing yard. I then got assigned head girl and solely incharge of the yard when my boss was away showing. I have experience with youngsters, as many of the ponies are breakers, who i help my boss break in. We also have a foal from one of our mares who i take care of every day.
I am good with youngsters, frisky ponies/horses and I am a hard worker. Always wanting to impress and can never do enough for someone.
I started eventing on my 5 year old pony, i produced her and she is now doing BE100. Then i bought a 10year old and she is now doing BE90, she couldn't even canter when i bought her. I now have a 4year old 15.2, who i am hoping will take me up the grades in eventing, with the right work and commitment. I have also ridden the hoys ponies where I work now, including breaking in.
I have completed since I was 10. I started locally, just showjumping and the local hunter trails. Then I started British Eventing when I was 14. I started BE80, then up to BE90’s. I am hoping to move up next season with my new youngster. I have competed up to 1 meter unaffiliated.
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