Premier Equestrian Flooring
175-179 Snowdon Road
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A good riding surface is essential for riding, training and preparing horses. Very hard training surfaces with high traction or grip, increase suspersory ligament strain and may cause injuries to develop.
At Premier Equestrian Flooring we pride ourselves in the development and production of the best Equestrian Flooring Surfaces on the market.
Please can I introduce Phoebe Powell who we are supporting and
promoting. Phoebe is 18 years of age and in her 5th season of eventing currently competing 4 horses from BE100 level to CIC**, her main horse being Kellys Lad. Phoebe has been based in the heart of
North Yorkshire (Northallerton) for the past 11 years and has a small private event yard with an arena, stables and fields.
Previous to her eventing career that started in 2010, she successfully show jumped ponies in 138 BSJA classes coming 4th in the Home Pony International, winning various second round classes and coming 2nd in a senior Puissance competition on her main ponies: Moor Hall Panache and Bailey VII.
However, due to her love of cross country which became obvious when she sat all day watching Badminton Horse Trials on TV at 4 years old she soon changed sports to eventing and she hasn't looked back since!
All of the ponies Phoebe had as a child and all of her event horses she has trained and sculpted herself from either being just backed/ broken in or reshaped from a show jumping background, as her parents never had a bottomless bank account to buy the horses that were already at the level she wanted to compete at! Therefore Phoebe has ridden and trained all sorts of horses; different breeds, heights, temperaments and levels of natural ability. She continues to do this now and she believes it is the best way to develop herself into the best possible rider that she can be, learning something new and working through different problems from each horse that comes to her. Phoebe also believes that knowing the horse you are riding inside out is the safest way to ride cross country as you are least likely to have an accident if you and the horse know each other!