Keep it simple……

Happy new year everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful festive season, and the fresh new year is bringing new motivation to get back in the saddle, and chipping away at your goals for 2021. As a coach and rider, I often find myself getting a little obsessed and pedantic about the most basicContinue reading “Keep it simple……”

One man’s trash………

I have a confession to make. I have a new man in my life, and I am a little bit in love. He isn’t my usual type. He is shorter than I would usually go for, with red hair, pixie ears and exotic good looks. His name is Bazzy, and he is an 8yo purebredContinue reading “One man’s trash………”

A little can add up to a lot……

After all these weeks of uncertainty, it is fantastic to finally start to see a light at the end of the tunnel! While a lot of people have been making the most of their netflix subscriptions during social distancing, it would seem horse riders have been hitting the training hard and not giving up onContinue reading “A little can add up to a lot……”

Always look on the bright side of life……..

Hey everyone! Long time between posts, I know. Truth be told, I have been lacking a bit of mojo lately, and struggling to come up with a topic, so I apologise if this post is a bit like an episode of Seinfeld. 😝 What a strange world we are all existing in at the moment!Continue reading “Always look on the bright side of life……..”

A bitter pill to swallow…..

This blog post is a long one and very personal for me, and will discuss my journey of how i went from Dressage Queen, to Aerial Dressage Queen, and my big life lessons along the way. I have had the pleasure of breeding and riding some absolutely beautiful horses over the years, but one causedContinue reading “A bitter pill to swallow…..”

Take the time it takes……..

Someone very special to me recently said, “If you ever find yourself the smartest person in a room, then you need to find another room”. I loved this pearl of wisdom, because it made me think about how far i have come with my knowledge and skill as a rider and coach, and how farContinue reading “Take the time it takes……..”

New comp season starts this weekend!

So I am very excited to be off to my first competition of the year this weekend at TEG. I haven’t jumped Tommy since the Gatton World Cup, on account of broken ankle, 2 months on crutches, and a lot of time spent learning to sit straight and use myself evenly again. I will beContinue reading “New comp season starts this weekend!”


Dressage Queen, Showjumper wannabe, equestrian coach, trainer, Jack Russell parent and a Mum to a beautiful 8yo boy. That’s me! Based in the Lockyer Valley in Queensland, Australia, I have spent my life living and breathing horses. I am absolutely blessed to be able to make my passion my career, and I thoroughly enjoy workingContinue reading “SO WHO AM I?”

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