Andrew Gould

"Experiment, learn from it, you make a mistake, you learn from that mistake - making mistakes is very very normal, it is how you deal with those mistakes that is important. "

About Andrew

Andrew has been competing in dressage since the age of 13. As a young rider Andrew competed very successfully Internationally on his horse Koffee Break, a horse he had trained himself since the horse was 5 years old. He was on five consecutive GB Junior & Young Rider European Teams and won a team bronze medal in 2000. He went on with Koffee Break to compete at International Grand Prix level. They won the prestigious Spillers Scholarship Rider of the Year in 1997 and 1999 and the EQUEST Rider Championship in 1998. He has since had a lot of success on other horses. He has won 11 regional championships, 3 national championship classes, won and been placed in many classes up to Grand Prix level both nationally and internationally and has had great success in the Young Horse Classes. Andrew has been a member of the World Class Potential Squad which is a scheme for younger riders who demonstrate the exceptional talent and dedication to ride and win at Olympic level. Andrew competes regularly at all the major UK shows including Premier Leagues, Young Horse Championships, Hickstead, National Championships and Horse of the Year Show. He also competes at the UK's International CDI's as well as across Europe. Andrew is also well-known as dressage trainer to some of the equestrian world's leading riders. He is a UKCC Level 3 Coach and a qualified Young Horse judge. His pupils include International Event Riders Jonathan Paget (New Zealand Olympic Event Team), Brook Staples (Australian Event Team) and World Class Performance Rider Gemma Tattersall. He also trains many successful dressage combinations that compete at National level as well as Pony, Junior and Young Riders.

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