Gemma Sayers - Showjumping / Jump-cross
Gemma has competed and trained horses for 30 years and especially enjoys producing young horses. Gemma has her UKCC (coaching certificate) with British Showjumping having trained with top coaches within the sport. Also Gemma was a National Riding Club champion at both showjumping and eventing and have evented at intermediate level. Her philosophy is helping riders achieve their goals whether large or small through correct training, encouragement and enjoyment.
Clinics will be held at Bramshill Stud and in groups of 2 or 3.
Natalie Gaibani - Showjumping / Jump-Cross
Natalie Gaibani has evented her own horses for 20 years and is now training towards being a BE accredited coach. She helps riders in all disciplines whether their aims are to hack safely up the road or complete their first one-star. Her training has an emphasis on identifying a combinations strengths and weaknesses and working with them, instead of trying to change them. She is teaching a new series of monthly weekend jumping exercise clinics called “Fiendish but Fun” which seeks to use complex grids or lines but at small heights, to develop horse/rider’s position, accuracy and athleticism. Wednesday clinics are flatwork, grids or course-jumping, whatever you request.
Emily Chomicz - Showjumping
Emily is a UKCC and BHS Accredited Professional Coach. She currently competes successfully in Grassroots British Eventing and British Dressage up to Medium Level. Emily has had a range of experiences being on both the competing and official side of competition. Whilst an undergraduate, she represented her university in International Showjumping in France and placed Reserve Champion in the British Universities and College Sport Equestrian Championships where rider have 5 minutes to warm up an unfamiliar horse and jump round courses ending at 1.20m and ride a freestyle dressage test at Advanced Medium.