Personal Trainer, competition rider, breeder of competition horses, producer of young horses.
Competing in Eventing at intermediate level.
Competing in Dressage at medium level.
Competed at county level in large hack classes.
Jane has trained people from beginners and up to advanced level Eventing, including a pupil short-listed for the British junior Eventing team for the European championships in 2004.
Popular trainer who teaches regularly with Milton Keynes Riding Club.
Enthusiastic, confidence giving teacher committed to helping you to get the most out of your horse, and to achieve your ambitions whatever they may be.
Michaela Pulman Ryde
From as young as 12 I have been involved with the Pony Club and understand the importance of training riders both on horse and off. In fact, it is through the Pony Club that I discovered my passion for eventing (through a combination of tetrathlon, hunting, dressage and show jumping). It is from this training, and on the same horse I rode at Pony Club that I progressed on to competing at Badminton, five Burghley’s, and 13 consecutive international 3-day events including carrying the English flag twice at Punchestown (IRE) and once in Luhmühlen (GER).
I have been fortunate to have had some excellent instruction over my years. However, I am still learning. Through riding, training, and watching others of all abilities, I know there is always something new to learn. It is for this reason I love working with horses and riders of all abilities.
Today, my competitive days are more modest, I compete to train. I am currently producing and maintaining the fitness of three horses that are competing at BE novice and 3* level with my daughter. I am also producing multiple youngers for various abilities.
I love coaching and developing horse and rider combinations, helping each obtain their own goals and aspirations whilst hopefully encouraging them to go further. I offer instruction in all disciplines, mounted or practical/stable management, and for all ages.
Harry is a young dressage rider and groundwork specialist, who has trained and competed horses up to small tour level. He learnt the basis of his groundwork method in Holland, where he trained for a while. He has since made his own pathway, connecting ridden experiences with in-hand techniques that teach combinations ways to achieve relaxation and a bond between horse and rider. The in-hand methods are the basis for improvement in the ridden work, so giving a different approach to traditional riding instruction.
Harry has experience riding, training and handling all manner of horses, from young stallions to cobs and uses a range of methods to aid riders in training up the levels.