Collective Equestrian

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About Collective

Collective Equestrian is a team of 3 professional rides. Jonny started riding when he was eight years old. Jonny, meantime, though eventing himself for a few years, started to specialize in dressage just in time to get involved in Young Riders. Seeking out the help of Delia Cunningham, he went from having never ridden much more than a simple eventing test to contesting Prix St Georges dressage within a few months. His then horse, Sibelius, was far more than just a young rider horse and the pair competed all through the levels and enjoyed a few seasons competing internationally at Grand Prix. Elizabeth grew up locally near Glastonbury and was bought her first pony when she was two and half and has been riding ever since! As a child she was a member of the Mendip Pony Club and then the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale, taking part in all pony club activities as well as showing and some dressage, too. The turning point came when, age 13, Sally Goodwin Davis offered Elizabeth the ride on her 12.3hh former FEI dressage pony Cotterill Goldcrest (Bart) and gave her an insight in to the world of dressage. It was through Sally that Elizabeth found her first horse Holme Grove Bardot, who had previously been a broodmare and had also hunted several seasons with the Blackmore Vale. Together they learnt and progressed from Novice to Advanced Level as well as being selected for Junior National Training in 2009. Alex started riding at the age of eleven when a friend dragged him to the local riding school. Despite being rather reluctant to start with, once hoisted aboard a donkey called Jimmy, Alex has never looked back. Within six months he?d persuaded his parents to buy him his first horse, Charlie. Over 16 hands and a 3 year old thoroughbred, this may not have been the best choice for an 11 year old boy who?d as yet to learn to rise to the trot. Failure to invest in a saddle for two years saw Alex riding Charlie bareback and many a modern requirement for competitive dressage yet to c

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