I am happy to announce that we will be sponsoring Louise Clark for our 2018 season. Louise and I met through eventing when I first started on the circuit and is very passionate and loves what she does. 2017 seen us supporting Louise at Badminton Grass Roots which was an absolutely fantastic week away!
We are very excited to follow and capture Louise throughout her season and will be given her our full support..
Louise owns L.C Equi-Education which is a dedicated service to produce and educate any horse for Pony Club activities, dressage, show jumping and Eventing.
More about Louise in her words….
Hello. My name is Louise, I am a 27yo event rider from Kelso in the Scottish Borders. I am lucky enough to have a lovely yard on our family yard and have great facilities where I am able to run my business from which is taking horses in for schooling, educating and competing as well as compete and train my mums and my own horses.
I currently have 4 horses that I am competing, my main horse is Boo Diddley, she is our homebred 8yo. I have produced her myself, this season we completed Badminton Mitsubishi Motors Cup BE90 finishing on our Dressage Score for 17th Place, the Scottish Championships at BE100 level where we finished 7th and finished the season completing our 1st Novice Event. Next season she has qualified for Badminton again but this time for the BE100 and we will hopefully get a few novices in too. Bumble is our other homebred, he is a half-brother to Boo, we have taken it very slowly with him as he is a large 5yo TB who is still growing into his body, we are starting to ask him some more questions and hopefully will have him out eventing next season and quickly stepping up the grades, but only when he is ready. He has had a few outings and this will increase over the next month. He’s done some dressage, showing, Show Jumping, Hunter Trails and has had his 1st day hunting this week where he was very good.
Coco is my all-rounder but can be a bit of a madam. She has won Dressage, Show Jumping, Eventing, Working Hunters, Riding Horse, Side Saddle, Team Chase’s and Hunt races and also loves her hunting, she really does do everything as long as she is in the right mood. She attended the Riding Club Novice Winter Championships for Dressage and Show Jumping last year and has qualified for the Dressage Championships again this year. I am hoping that we will get her out to a bit more eventing next season as she has great ability but sometimes doesn’t want to go cross country. There is always plenty of other things that she can do.
Daisy is a lovely mare who after being backed went into training, she sometimes struggles with keeping everything settled and calm, but when she is she is lovely, she has a great jump in her and moves nicely, I am working on her currently to get her settled in and out of the ring and if we can crack that then we will be out eventing next season and I can see her stepping up the levels successfully.
Please check out Louise’s website here: http://lcequ-education.weebly.com/
Why not also give Louise a like on her Facebook page to keep up to date with how her season is getting on. http://www.facebook.com/LcEquiEducation/