Anne-Marie Taylor is an equestrian coach – a Fellow of the British Horse Society (BHS) - a BE Accredited Trainer - a Dressage and Horse Trials Judge - an International FEI Judge - a Three Day Event Ground Jurist - and a former top International Three Day Event rider.
Teaching is my main activity. I hold five different formats for teaching: Private Lessons, Dual Lessons, Shared Lessons, Clinics, Lecture Demos. Clinics are teaching sessions suitable for riders of any level and ambition seeking to improve their flatwork, showjumping, cross-country or competition performance. I have been giving my Clinics for well over a decade now. I designed them as a way of helping riders to prepare for competition, address specific problems they might have encountered, or to help those seeking to make general progress and enjoyment with their horse. I am happy to travel to a rider’s or other suitable venues for lessons and clinics.
For riders seeking more concentrated tuition, I hold regular Private Lessons. These are totally focussed on the needs of the rider and the horse and can focus on flatwork, test riding, showjumping, cross-country, competition technique, course jumping, problems or a combination of any of these.
I also offer Dual Lessons: these are where some of my pupils who travel long distances like to have two lessons on the same day with a break in between. The first lesson is normally a flat one followed by a showjumping or cross-country lesson after that. These can be tailored between flatwork, showjumping and cross-country, depending on needs.
BHS Instructors, Show Jumping Instructors