A bit about our judges ....  

All of our judges have a vast range of experience with horses and especially for the more formal showing classes, it is understood how important it to use experienced equestrian professionals.  Many of our judges have formal British Horse Society qualifications, and have plenty of competition experience.  






Alison Sadler - from Equestrian Originals


Alison has been riding before she could even work, and confesses to being completely hooked on horses!  Previously, Alison has competed British Show Jumping up to Newcomers level and now she works hard at producing her two youngsters, Buttons and Fairy, whom she has had from weaning.  Both are being aimed towards careers in show jumping and dressage.  

























Bex Guest - Bex's Browbands and Collars


Bex has been riding from a young ago and owns Noddy, with whom she has competed British Eventing with and now competes at Elementary level British Dressage with.  




















Claire Carter


Claire Carter spent many years working in the army as a groom so gained valuable tips on producing horses that meet the very highest standards of turnout, which has helped her to win many showing classes and championships.  Claire also competes in British Show Jumping, dressage and cross country and holds her British Society Stage One and Two exams.  



























Sian Haskins


Sian spent several years as a working pupil at a large equestrian establishment in South Wales, gaining her British Horse Society stage one and two exams, and trained up to stage three and PTT level.  She also has plenty of experinced competing in show jumping, dressage and showing.  Previously she has broken in and produced several youngsters, but now concentrates on producing her horse Ginge for veteran showing classes.  


Zarreen Burton


Zarreen holds her BHS stage one and has trained to stage two level whilst working for many years at a busy equestrian establishment.  Althought competed in a variety of disciplines, Zarreen previously came from a background concenrating on show jumping.  These days Zarreen is juggling motherhood and work alongisde producing her own horse, Bobby, for competition, and enjoys a wide range of equine activities.