Sponsored Riders and Brand Ambassadors
We are very proud to support sponsored riders and brand ambassadors from all abilities and disciplines. Meet #TeamRookeryEquine!
Ellie is a 14 year old side saddle rider based in Cheshire. They were overall side saddle champion at all but one area show last year and she was the first junior to win champion in over 30 years.
Ellie says her 2019 aspirations are to go one better and to become champion in all her classes.
Lauren has previously competed at all levels up to advanced and won at both regional and national level.
This year she has four competition horses. Two young horses will be competing in age classes and at premier league, and the two slightly older equines will be aimed at regionals.
Lauren also runs a small competition and schooling yard in Cheshire.
Amy is 17 years old and competes her mare in Novice/Elementary and Pony Club Open level.
Based in Staffordshire, her ambitions for 2019 is to compete at the BD Youth Home International as well as the Pony Club Championships.
Lily has a promising young horse called Pumpkin who she is producing herself.
Lily has had many placing from British Novice to 1.30m on home produced horses and ponies. Her achievements include winning at Aintree Championships and placing in the top 15 ponies at Scope Festival. 2019 aims are to qualify second rounds and compete at home and abroad.
Ellie owns three competition ponies whom she competes every weekend BSJA.
Her 2019 goals are to qualify for Hickstead, HOYS and Bolesworth. Ellie says if she expects her horses to jump around 1.20m tracks, then they need to feel good in themselves.
Annabel says she understands how important therapy is to maintain a happy and sound sport horse.
She events a string of horses up to FEI 3* level.
In 2019 her aim is to compete at Advanced and 4* level, and be long listed for the Young Rider European teams.
Cerys is 17 years old and rides a rising 5 year old mare called Elsa.
In 2018 she took part in BYEH classes all over the country including Bramham.
2019 aims are to qualify for a regional final, Badminton Grassroots and BE 5YO championships.
Daniel is 19 years old and registered blind. He is training in Dressage and is a Grade V para dressage rider.
Dan says he only started riding after the London Olympics and is now competing at Prelim level as a full time dressage rider.
2019 is going to be a really big year with lots of competitions planned and he is aiming to represent GB.