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Guest Instructors

Aaron Guy

I first began my career as a wannabe showjumper, but when joining Pammy Hutton at Talland School of Equitation I was suitably convinced to become a dressage rider. 


After 5 years of being under Pammy's excellent guidance and mentoring I moved on to work with top National & International Grand Prix rider Vicki Thompson-Winfield at Oldencraig Equestrian Centre for 4 years. Gaining a wider experience.


I then had the opportunity to move to Germany, I first rode for Markus Gribble and then got a position as rider for Ludwig Kathmann who produces top level dressage horses worldwide. Allowing me to compete these young horses up to PSG. Being able to support and help produce these horses has given me a greater experience and position to pass on my knowledge through teaching.


I returned to the UK from my travels of 8 years, with a dodgy accent and broken English.  


My passion is still to produce horses to competition level and sell, with myself currently competing successfully at PSG/Inter.  However,  this passion also rolls over to wanting to support and guide people to reach and achieve their own goals.   No matter how big or small these goals my aim is make  great partnership between rider and horse.

Can't wait to meet you all and let the journey begin.


 
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4* Eventer Tim Rogers

Individual European Medalist

 Tim Rogers has been Eventing professionally for more than 10 years. He has enjoyed great success up to 4*, including multiple wins at International level, both on home turf and abroad.

Tim has gained experience from the best trainers around the world, including but not limited to Pippa Funnell, Lucy Wiegersma, Ian Woodhead and Richard Meade.


During his 6 years working alongside Harry Meade, Tim established a reputation as a highly respected trainer and rider in the eventing community, building up his own string of event horses and getting recognition for his success when earning his place on the Olympic training squad.


Throughout his competition career, Tim has trained students ranging from pony club up to elite young riders of the sport.


Now running a successful team of horses competing at top levels, Tim also mentors young professionals from his home base near Badminton.


Students and horses benefit from Tim’s modern training techniques that have been carefully designed to get the best out of every combination, whatever the level and capability.


Tim’s training prioritises the classical method using the scales of training mixed with original exercises, whilst still being able to teach reactively if needed. He also provides a post session written breakdown to give students a record of what they have achieved, homework and what they might do next session.