Ride Together - Train Together - Compete Together - Have Fun Together 
Kim Pitman, EMRC
 
 

Kim Pitman 

Hi! My name is Kim Pitman. I started teaching (or coaching as we are now all meant to call it) in 1987. I know - I don’t look old enough I hear you say! I have enjoyed success as both a rider and a coach, but at my core I am still a pony mad child. For me, it doesn’t matter if you’re jumping 60cm, or 1.60m, or even not jumping at all - if you’re having fun, you’re headed in the right direction. 
Julie Braddon, , EMRC
 
 

Jane Reed 

Jane recently gained her complete BHS Stage 4 and is staying current by continuing onward for Stage 5. She has skills, qualifications and experience across all disciplines. 
Jane has been a freelance coach for many years, working with all levels of riders and horses. Her personal experience stems from Seavington Pc Member, producing young dressage horses and show jumpers in Denmark, Amateur National Hunt Jockey including riding in the Cheltenham Foxhunters on a home bred, MFH, Stable Manager at Millfield School, and currently British Eventing up to Novice level. 
Jane regularly coaches Pony Club, Riding Club, BHS training and individuals for improvement be it for leisure or competition. 
Gill Longhurst, , EMRC
 
 

Gill Longhurst 

My name is Gill Longhurst and I am a freelance Dressage Coach. I have worked with horses all my life and loved every aspect of it. I am currently the British Horse Society Chairman for the South West, Vice Chair of Somerset and Chairman of BHS Dorset. I am also a Welfare Officer, which I do as a volunteer because it gives me an enormous amount of pleasure working to promote education and the welfare of the horse. Working with East Mendip Riding club is a joy. Everyone is so friendly and welcoming - thank you for letting me be a part of your community. 
Charlotte Wake, EMRC
 
 

Charlotte Wake 

 
I have always been around horses from the age of 4 years old and have gone through Pony Club and went on the do British Eventing competing at BE Novice before turning my focus onto rehabilitating and retraining Thoroughbreds and a few others. I have previously worked on many yards from riding school centres, studs and race horse stables. My highlight was being sole groom for Top Event Rider, Jo May, grooming at the big events such as Badminton, UK and Pau, France. My other passion is Holistic Natural Breeding, I currently have a Black ISH stallion called That Boy Ronnie who has produced my first homebred filly called Soberana Isabella from my TB broodmare Mexilhoeira. In addition to these I also have 2 other TB mares, Mini Island and Bathleyhills Perk who I ride, a miniature Shetland called Easter Court Ted and a Welsh Sec C called Cracker Jack who is ridden by my daughter. I hope to one day have my own holistic rehabilitation yard, continue breeding my own horses for eventing and to be back out competing mainly at BE but also in other disciplines. I adore teaching EMRC, I love the relaxed friendly and supportive environment and I hope I contribute to it too. 
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