MEET THE TEAM

Amy

Having lived on the farm since the age of 12 and spending many a weekend here throughout her childhood, Amy has been largely involved in the day to day activities of the farm.

After spending five years solely working in customer based industries, Amy has developed a fantastic passion for excellent customer service. With ten years of hands on equine experience, Amy currently has two horses of her own.

Blueberry aka Blue, 23

Thoroughbred X Exmoor

In the seven years Amy has owned Blue, they have taken part in dressage, showing, hunter trials and several camps. Blue being a difficult ride, has proved a good challenge for Amy and has developed her riding skills over the years.

Lodor Hyder aka Whizz, 25

Registered Welsh D

Whizz has had a busy life competing and is Amy’s retired competition horse. He is now enjoying his retirement with his friends Morcombe and Maverick.

LEAGH

Having studied Equine Management and Business at Hartpury College Leagh’s passion for horses started at the age of 3 where she went for weekly lessons at her local riding school. By the age of 14 Leagh had been helping out at her riding school and was ready to get her own horse.

Having studied at Hartpury college for just over two years, Leagh picked up her qualifications with ease and expanded her equestrian knowledge. Leagh has had several horses over the years which has allowed her to take part in many disciplines including county level showing, dressage and riding club eventing.

Lambrigg Drummond aka Tim, 6

British Appaloosa X Hungarian Warmblood

After purchasing Tim in August 2015, he has been allowed to mature and was backed after Christmas. He has been to the National Breed Show where he did very well and took it all in his stride! We are looking forward to a summer of hacking!

Lambrigg Black Orchid aka Dotti, 10

British Appaloosa

After winning Supreme Champion and Highest Grade Mare Champion at The British Appaloosa National Breed Show, Dotti has gone back to Lambrigg Stud (Cumbria) where she will be producing some fantastic foals.