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Rebecca Golding

Since my childhood, I have been captivated by the world of horses, and this passion has guided me throughout my life and career.

Despite not growing up in a horsey family, I pursued every opportunity to immerse myself in the equestrian world.

After being left uninspired by the prospects of mainstream education, I embarked on an apprenticeship which led me into equestrian qualifications and propelled me into the lifestyle I had always dreamed of.

Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working with a diverse range of horses and individuals, each contributing to the evolution of my training system.

My primary focus lies in fostering a deep partnership between horse and rider, as I firmly believe that this connection is the true key to unlocking peak performance.

I consider myself extremely fortunate to have three horses of my own, and I take immense pride in their development and well-being. 

Previously, I have achieved competition success to intermediate level eventing and foxhunter showjumping. But much of my expertise lies in training young horses, as well as providing alternative approaches to those in need of a different training method.

My coaching style is adaptable and approachable, combining an understanding of traditional horsemanship with the latest research-based protocols. 


I place great importance on equipping riders with the skills to continue their progress independently, fostering a sense of empowerment and self-sufficiency whilst working collaboratively to achieve their goals


  • BHS Senior Coach in Complete Horsemanship

  • BHS Stage 5 Stable Manager

  • BSc (hons) Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation 

  • Accredited Professional Coach

  • Pony Club Approved Coach


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