JurAvon Park Equestrian Centre
Grand Prix Dressage Rider/trainer Renee Pedretti.
Renee has successfully trained several horses to Grand Prix level, one of them being her own horse S.L Thomas. Renee took Tom from a newly broken three year old to becoming Australia’s highest ranked combination in accordance with the FEI World Rankings in 2005.
Renee and Tom also took the prestigious Aachen Challenge Title in 2004 with Tom and backed it up in 2005 winning on Northern Regency.
A contributing factor to Renee’s success was the time she spent travelling to Europe to work and train with some of Europe’s leading trainers including Jean Bemmelmans and Martina Hannover.
After a serious fall in September 2010 where Renee fractured her sacrum her full time riding career came to an end. Renee has now transferred her passion and energy into the training and mentoring of riders of all levels.
Renee is available to teach 7 days at JurAvon Park.
Dressage & Jumping Coach, HRCAV level assessor
Jen Mainland has been riding since she was four years old and successfully competing across all disciplines since she was seven, with a particular passion for eventing.
A degree in Psychology and a strong background in Pilates, Management and Mentoring combine to enable Jen to work with your horse, your body and your mind to achieve exceptional results.
She places a strong emphasis on preparing you to best connect with your horse through basic Pilates stretching, body awareness and simple exercises on horseback.
Her excellent communication skills coupled with her unique sense of fun and knowledge of different learning stages and styles makes her a popular and effective coach for very young children right through to older adults.