Meet the Harry Hall Ambassadors
We are proud to support the equestrian industry and have a fantastic team of everyday riders and horse owners who choose Harry Hall. From Pony Club to Olympic Games, we follow their journeys as they blog & share their experiences in and out of the saddle. Follow their achievements this year and see their favourite Harry Hall products in action.
A Professional event rider, Tom has represented Masta for over 4 years. He has represented GB at the Olympics, Senior Europeans and World Games and runs a yard of 20 horses in Gloucestershire. Tom’s favourite product is the Protechmasta rug, “my top horse lives in his Protechmasta rug – including on the walker, even in warm weather, it helps him relax. It’s essential when traveling to top events as he arrives relaxed and ready to focus on his work”
A full-time London city worker, Tamsin works hard to combine eventing with a city job, with her horse Kate she has been competing at BE100 level and hopes to step up to Novice. Her must-have product is anything in the Protechmasta range and the Masta Hay Bag for traveling. Image courtesy of Jon Bromley Photography.
A Hampshire-based dressage rider, trainer, and list 1 British Dressage judge, Sara-Jane lives and breathes horses. Sara has 5 horses based at her home as well as a livery. “When I was a child, I was the proud owner of a Caldene Hunt Coat and cord jods as well as a Harry Hall riding mac, to be working with them now is a bit surreal but I love every minute!”
Emma is a professional dressage rider based in Germany. With a brilliant string of young horses, Emma is aiming to compete internationally and keep her horses progressing up the grades. “I love being part of the Harry Hall family as the range of products available to riders is fantastic. I love the Protechmasta range having had such great results since using it, I can safely say it’s part of the daily routine for the horses now.”
Faye is a Veterinary Nurse based in Durham, she has two horses, Annie, who she's owned for 10 years and in the past, they have competed in showjumping together. Annie is now semi-retired and enjoying an easier life while Faye concentrates on breaking in Rosie, who is a 4-year-old thoroughbred. The aim for Rosie is to do showjumping, hunter trials and ODEs. You can follow their journey on Instagram: @faye_and_annie.
Eden lives in the North East and with her partner, Ashley, runs an engineering business. Eden, Ashley and their daughter Harper all ride, Eden focuses on dressage and Harper loves anything that involves going fast and is hoping to join the Pony Club this year. Ashley is usually the resident groom and is hoping to complete his first dressage test this year on Eden's horse Patrick. Follow their adventures on @heelsdownandkickon
Naomi is 10 and was riding before she could walk. She first trotted into the dressage arena in 2017 and it was 'love at first step', with Naomi dedicating every moment of free time to learning all she could about the sport. Fast forward four years, and she is as hardworking as ever and describes herself as the luckiest girl in the world - having two very special ponies. Buddy is her best friend and knows all the moves. Seven is a little firecracker who loves to be kept busy and enjoys competing.
A Herefordshire farmer’s daughter, Liz remembers riding before she could walk. With three horses (and a yearling), a full-time job, and judging commitments there aren’t many spare hours in the day. As Equestrian Agent for Fox Grant Estate Agent’s, Liz sees some incredible equestrian properties during the day and has been known to sell a property while sitting on a horse. Happiest when riding or mucking out, Liz has early memories of riding in an oversized Harry Hall hacking jacket as a child.
An Essex-based amateur rider who along with his trusty steed, Bilbo, has gained quite the following on social media. Stewart's honest approach to all things in and out of the saddle resonates with his followers, and he's often looking for new ways to raise money for charity.
Jackie and Ted Howard-Jones run Cholsey Farm Riding from their farm in the beautiful Chiltern Hills. The farm is a great base for riders to bring their horses to explore the Chilterns on day rides or riding holidays. With 16 different routes to choose from and places to stop for a coffee and cake, there is something for everyone at Cholsey Farm. Jackie and Ted truly put Harry Hall products through their paces as their rides vary from 1 to 5 hours with lots of changes of pace!