Meet Our Horses, Staff and Dogs
Belongs to one of our Supporting Riders. Unfortunately Charlie suffers from arthritis in his hocks so takes life pretty quietly nowadays. He spends his time hacking but also still plays a huge part in the parades.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry. Felix was a show jumper in his past. He now teaches the more novice riders and has retired from jumping. Felix is hoof perfect on parade and enjoys his hacks in the summer.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry. Lexi is our stroopy mare and every yard has one but she loves the humans. On parade she has played many roles all of them hoof perfect.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry and joined us in September 2020 as a 9yr old. Lightning is waiting for her first parade as she has joined us at a very strange time. She has settled in really well, you can't help but give her a cuddle. She is a very sweet mare and is very popular with our riders all ready.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry and joined us in August 2018 as an 8 year old. Martha has done the Lords Mayors Show and our Annual Inspection. Never judge a book by it's cover they say, Martha is a very clever cookie and will not let you go past her stable without making a fuss of her.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry. Sky joined us in March 2019 at the young age of 21! You will certainly not think that when you ride her. Sky has hunted and evented so knows her stuff.
Belongs to the Light Cavalry. Taz joined us in 2017 as a 15yr old. He settled into his military role as if he had been doing it all his life. He loves the humans and really looks after his riders in the school.
Clare joined us in November 2021 as our General Manager. Previously to this Clare has managed a riding club/livery yard and was the office manager for a large equestrian competition centre.
Kendra joined us in March 2019 as a groom. Prior to this Kendra worked at a London riding school.
Freya joined us in August 2021 as a groom. Prior to this Freya was working with competition (eventing and dressage) horses as a traveling groom.
Belongs to Clare. Daisy loves her balls and will keep you occupied throwing one for most of your visit if you are not careful.