Jesse Campbell

Jesse grew up in Cambridge – New Zealand and got involved with all aspects of horses from an early age. At 21 Jesse became the youngest rider to be selected for the High -Performance NZ Eventing Squad which saw him make the move to the UK and be based with a whole host of legendary riders. Now with his own set up, Jesse continues to compete at the highest level and has won 21 major NZ & International Eventing titles to date.

Zara Tindell

Zara Anne Elizabeth Tindall MBE is a member of the British royal family and an equestrian and Olympian. She is the daughter of Princess Anne and Mark Phillips and the eldest granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II.

On 11 June 2012, Tindall was announced as a member of the British Equestrian team for the 2012 London Olympic Games. She competed in the Olympics on High Kingdom and won a silver medal in the team event.

Pippa Funnell

Pippa has been a regular on the British Eventing Championship teams for many years, becoming a 3-time Olympian, winning team silver in 2000 and 2004, as well as individual bronze in 2004, alongside multiple team and individual golds at European Eventing Championships. In 2003, Pippa Funnell MBE became the first person to win the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing with consecutive wins at Rolex Kentucky, Badminton and Burghley.

Willaim Funnell

William has been in many Nations Cup teams, and in 2006 he won his first Hickstead Derby. He has gone on to win it three more times and is one of 5 riders to win The Hickstead Derby 4 times. He has also won the famous derby of La Baule (France). In 2021 William was shortlisted for the Toyo Olympics Showjumping Team.

In addition to Showjumping, William is also heavily involved with The Billy Stud which he founded alongside Donal Barnwell.

John Whitaker

John Whitaker MBE (born 5 August 1955, Huddersfield) is a British equestrian and Olympian who competes in show jumping. He has won numerous international medals including an Olympic silver medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles. John has enjoyed success across four decades. He has competed at World and European Championships and five Olympic teams between 1984 and 2016.

Jack Whitaker

Jack is  currently riding as part of the Rolex Young Riders Academy and am an Under 25 member of Madrid in Motion, Global Champions League Team.

In 2021, he won an individual Silver Medal at the Young Rider European Championships, was a part of the Senior Nations Cup final Team GB, winning the Challenge Cup, along with 5* wins at the Rolex Dutch Masters and the London Horse Show.

Ellen Whitaker

Ellen comes from a big family of show jumpers. She started riding very young. Show jumping and horses have been Ellen’s passion for as long as she can remember. She did my first affiliated pony show aged 5 (it didn’t go very well!) but that’s when the big stuff began. She was and still is very inspired by her family, who have been very successful in the sport. It was her dream come true to eventually join them at the top of the sport competing alongside them in competitions as great as Championships, Nations Cups and Grand Prix’s.

Joe Stockdale

21-year-old, International showjumper, Joe Stockdale has clinched a headline sponsorship deal with Equine America. Equine America will prefix the names of Joe’s top string of horses and he will ride in their logo and colours. This forward-thinking partnership is a great boost in the current climate of COVID-19. Equine America have confirmed their commitment to underpin the young talented rider, Joe Stockdale as he grows on the worldwide stage.

Boyd Exell

Based in Valkenswaard in the Netherlands, but hailing originally from Australia, Boyd is a professional carriage driver, instructor and trainer. He is the current and 6 times FEI World Champion for Four-In-Hand driving, and the current and 9 times FEI World Cup Indoor Driving Champion.

Harrie Smolders

Having obtained his Havo certificate, Harrie moved, aged 18, to ride at the stable of former European Champion Johan Heins. Here he gain a lot of experience in coaching gifted young horses. In 2002 Harrie made the switch to the stables of Axel Verlooy. Harrie and his team have since worked hard to build an international sporting career, and Harrie has been in the top 25 for over 10 years. In 2018 he was the world number 1 for over 8 months, and he has participated in several European, World Championships and Olympic Games.