Feeling the need to have a fresh set of eyes help you and your horse achieve goals? I can help you reach your goals, whether it be seeking a better position, increased harmony with your horse, dressage, poles, low level jumping, working equitation, horsemanship or getting yourself ready to start showing. Looking forward to working with you!

Please note-home phone had so many problems with it, that we now are using our mobiles only. Pls contact me on 0450-633-712 or leave a message with your details and I will call you back asap.

Earlier in 2019, I was accepted as an A-Level Coach with ANWE Ltd. There was a lot of varying criteria to meet and I am proud to have been accepted as a Coach recognised by the National Working Equitation body. Still more to learn, still more people to bring into the sport and still a lot more fun to be had being involved with “the fun way to train seriously”!

Working Equitation Clinics have been a big success, with riders coming from outlying towns and a wide variety of disciplines. It really is “the fun way to train seriously”!  2018 was a great year for Working Eq-new riders embraced the sport  and many riders trained regularly. 2020 starts our 8th-yes that’s right-our 8th year of learning and enjoying the sport of WEq. If you want to host your own clinic, get a group together privately-contact me direct. I can always come to you with my mobile course. Can’t wait to meet you and your horses!

The calendar has been updated! Its been a very rewarding year, meeting so many new riders and their horses. Lots of interest in Working Equitation too. I am currently fielding requests for clinics in all areas of WA. THANK YOU to all the riders and their lovely horses for a very rewarding 2019/2020. Hope to see you all again.

We can acknowledge that 2020 has been a tad difficult to navigate with the pandemic and restrictions. But we can look forward to 2021 with renewed enthusiasm so if you want to book for 2021, please get in touch with me directly.

The copyright for some of these photos is held by Howard Schatzberg (Phoenix Arizona 1985). The photos are displayed here by kind permission of the copyright holder.