Brand Ambassadors

  • Lucy Jackson

    Lucy Jackson is a talented, ambitious and hard working international event rider who has successfully competed in horse trials around the world for fifteen years.

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  • Alice Oppenheimer

    Riding has been in our family for generations. With my mum, Sarah, competing at HOYS and RIHS it was only natural that, as soon as I could walk, I'd end up in the saddle!

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  • Hannah Esberger

    Hannah is an International 2* dressage rider and trainer. She has competed internationally for Britain as a Pony, Junior, Young and Senior rider. Her top horse is Leonidas III who is currently competing at PSG.

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  • Brook Howells

    Hi, I’m Brook Howells, an amateur eventer from the North West. I'm employed by the NHS, helping clinical teams to improve the way they involve patients in their healthcare, but eventing is my real passion.

    I first joined the Dengie stable after I qualified for the Grassroots Championships at Badminton and am very lucky to be supported by such a fab team. Having just turned 30 I'm also turning a corner in my eventing career as 2015 session the birth of my first child. I'm really excited to see what the future brings with all these new adventures!

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  • Lisa Mancuso

    Lisa Mancuso is an amateur eventer. She has a lovely nine-year-old ISH Prince Flynn, known as Flynn who has taken her from being a happy hacker to BE eventing in just a year. 

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  • Alicia Wilkinson

    My name is Alicia Wilkinson, I am 20 years old and I was riding before I could walk, I first did rising trot when I was two and Pony Club camp when I was four. I have had a variety of tricky ponies that have made me the rider I am today.

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  • Matilda Haley

    Matilda Haley is 15-years-old and has been a BYRDS rider since she was 11-years-old. She lives in NE Scotland. Her current ride is Watch Me! (Gari to his friends!) who is a 13-year-old 16.2hh KWPN gelding by Gribaldi. 

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