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Three National Dressage Champions with a common secret
Being long time sponsors of British Dressage, we are delighted to welcome Jo Hamilton, Rob Waine and Daisy Coakley to our growing team of sponsored riders.
This talented group of riders have a number of things in common. Not only have they all achieved recent successes at National level, they all use Stretch & Flex wraps and the Equilibrium Therapy range of massage and magnetic products on their horses but also remarkably, they all train with world class dressage rider and Olympic team gold medallist, Carl Hester MBE.
Based in Scotland Jo Hamilton has won 13 National and numerous Scottish titles, qualifying many horses for the Winter, Summer and Scottish Championships. With her top horse, Vivaldi V (Freddie), who Jo owns with Lady Hope, her aim is to achieve her lifelong goal of riding internationally at senior level and a place on a senior team! Jo and her other horse Corchapin have also just been accepted onto the World Class Equine Pathway Programme which is excellent news for the pair.
See more at: https://johamiltondressage.com/
Rob Waine was previously based and trained with Anna Ross Davies and set up his own yard in Buckinghamshire in 2013. He is now having great success competing Lynne Bennett’s 6 yr old British bred warmblood, Rhodesia; recently crowned the Elementary Open National Champion at the Winter Dressage Championships. In 2010 he was selected for the lottery funded BEF Regional Foundation Squad.
See more at: https://www.robwainedressage.com/
A former pony club member, Daisy Coakley has had multiple dressage successes at National level with Judy Firmston William’s mare Cleopatra II and Bing owned by Melise Witkin. These fabulous horses have helped gain her a place on the BEF Sport England EXCEL talent programme and the Young Professionals Award 2014.
See more at:https://www.daisycoakley.blogspot.co.uk/
We are extremely proud to be associated with these very talented riders and look forward supporting them in achieving their goals in the future.