Caroline has over twenty years coaching experience, coaching dressage, showjumping and cross country. Caroline holds the following qualifications; a BHS Registered BHSI, a British Eventing Accredited Coach, a Pony Club Visiting Coach and a BHS/EQL Senior Assessor.
Caroline has progressed through the British Horse Society (BHS) exam system, the BHSAI, followed by the BHSII, and finally becoming a BHSI in 1999. This has involved training with many of the countries leading coaches.
Caroline was awarded an ABRS Jeffress scholarship, for up and coming young instructors, which she used for further training with an international Showjumper.
As an experienced BHSI this allowed Caroline to herself become an Assessor for the BHS/EQL exam system.
Caroline has a long standing relationship with the Pony Club, having been a member many years ago. She is currently Chief Instructor for the Brocklesby Hunt Branch, but coaches for many of the local Branches. She is a Pony Club approved Visiting Coach as well as a Pony Club Examiner.
Competitively, Caroline's main focus has been Eventing, although she has competed at both British Showjumping and British Dressage. Eventing, she has ridden at the higher levels at both national and international events, successfully eventing a number of home produced and often home bred horses. This passion for eventing led to Caroline becoming a British Eventing Accredited Coach. Leading on from this she has been one of the BE80 Training Coaches at the BE Brooksby Melton Horse Trials for several years now.
Carolines more recent competitive focus on British Dressage, combined with many years dressage judging at a local level, has seen Caroline accepted onto the British Dressage Trainee Judges fast track system.
Caroline continues to attend regular training sessions with top coaches and trainers around the country. This ensures an ongoing skill and knowledge development, which can be passed onto Caroline's clients.