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One of the very early members of KRC, Rosemary has been in many committee roles over the years including Secretary, handling bookings & membership and helping to run the Summer Shows. Later she became Chairman for some years, whilst also working for Simon Bates for eight years in the College office. Sadly she lost her horse Holly some years ago, and having promised her long-suffering husband that this would definitely be the very last horse, is now a strictly non-riding member. Rosemary is looking forward to a busy and successful year for KRC as its Chair and to meeting as many members as possible, re-establishing past friendships and making new ones along the way.
Club Secretary & Membership Secretary
Kit is no unfamiliar face to KRC and has been on the committee for over 6 years. During her time on the committee, Kit has been involved with just about every aspect of the riding club including evening leagues, teams qualifiers and organizing camps across all disciplines for our members.
Vice Chair &
Evening SJ League Co-ordinator
Nigel has been a member of KRC for 7 years and has been on the committee for three. He started riding late in life had never sat on a horse until he was 50 years young. Nigel is a livestock farmer and married to Monica (who is also on the committee).
Nigel rides a chestnut mare, Ruby, their memorable achievements together include winning the KRC show jumping league, coming 2nd in the 70cm grassroots eventer trail and coming 3rd as a team in the arena eventing.
Teri has been a member of Keysoe Riding Club on and off for around 5 years. She is new to committee for 2020 and is looking forward to organizing the regular training for our members. Teri enjoys training with her excitable oversized, connemara Charlie, who she is hoping to event this year.
Nerys is lucky enough to own three ex-racehorses; Pip, Charlie and Vic.
Nowadays Nerys does a little competing but mainly enjoys going for lovely rides and just
spending time with her horses.
As a KRC member for over 10 years, she has had a lot of help from it's excellent
instructors, made new friends and enjoyed plenty of thrills and spills along the way!
Nerys loves to support the rest of the Committee and all KRC events.
Website & Social Media
Lauren is new to the committee for 2020 but was previously a member of KRC back in 2015 with her old competition mare. Lauren has re-joined with her 6yo Sports Horse, Mega, to participate in the Area Qualifier competitions. Lauren is social media savvy making her a natural choice to look after our pages & newsletters.
Katy joined the KRC committee in 2015 and has been a member since shortly after KRC was formed. Although Katy does not currently own her own horse, she rides for lovely owners and enjoys representing the club at many competitions.
Katy's passion is dressage, working equitation and eventing and dressage but she just really loves helping horses learn.
Tamsyn has been a member of the club for around 7 years and has taken on the role of co-teammanager. Tamsyn has been riding since she was 4 years old, has worked on eventing and polo yards in the past and holds her BHS stages plus a degree in Equine Studies. Although Tamsyn doesn't have her own horse, she rides for lovely owners and competes for the club in dressage and the occasional quadrille. Tamsyn has competed in the last five winter and summer Riding Club National Championships and the most recent was alongside her daughter Abigail who also qualified in the junior dressage section.
Hayley owns 2 horses Billy 15.2hh 12yrs old and Mickey 14hh 10yrs old. She has owned them since young foals and produced them herself to be able to turn their hoof to anything. Hayley enjoys attending training sessions and trying to improve herself and her horses. She also competes regularly in a variety of disciplines and can be found on the teams at most Area competitions. Hayley has joined the committee to offer her support to the club in any way she can.
Evening Dressage League Co-ordinator
As well as being a trainer Jo breeds competition horses and also manages a livery yard.
Jo has produced her own horses to compete regionally at Prix St George and Medium, and nationally at Elementary and Advanced Medium level. Jo teaches locally to her base in Cambridgeshire with many of her clients going on to successfully compete regionally at affiliated competitions. Jo is an instructor for our KRC regular Monday sessions.
Rosettes & Events Volunteer
Monica has been a member of the riding club for over ten years and on the committee for about five years. She used to compete her lovely mare Belle, but can mainly be found riding Tully as Belle has now been retired from competing. Monica is hoping to do a bit of everything with the Riding Club. Monica is a livestock farmer and lives reasonably close to Keysoe so enjoys the regular KRC training sessions.