Andrew Stennett BHSM Cert Ed FE Equestrian Coach and Consultant.
The journey so far…
Andrew Stennett is a British Equestrian Federation Elite Recreational coach. Andrew is a UKCC Level 4 couch and is also a coach educator and Assessor. He is a Qualified Teacher of further Education specialising in Equestrian Learning and Development. He has trained with many leading coaches and developed many professional coaches for the equine industry.
In 1991 he founded Grove House Stables Equestrian Centre with one horse and his old Show jumping pony. Today the centre has grown to have a range of horses and ponies, full indoor and outdoor facilities providing excellent training opportunities for career and leisure. He is available to coach a wide range of riders from novice to advance level with and without their own horses. Andrew specialises in giving confidence and inspiration to riders young and old so they can reach heir riding goals.
Jess joined the team at Grove House Stables in August 2010 as an apprentice admin assistant. She has now achieved her NVQ Level 2 in Customer Care and Work Based Diploma Level 2 in Horsecare. Jess is Office Manager and is currently working towards her work based diploma Level 3 in Customer Care.
Danielle joined the team at Grove House Stables in December 2016. Danielle works both on the yard and in the office. Danielle is currently working towards her Work Based Diploma Level 2 in Customer Service.
Sue teaches riders of all abilities from beginners through to competition riders. Sue competes dressage regularly with her horse DJ.
British Horse Society Assistant Instructor, Natalie Roberts, is thrilled to return to Grove Hose Stables. Natalie teaches riders of all abilities from beginners through to competition riders, as well as providing training for British Horse Society examinations, she will be running the Adult Activity Day on a Monday and helping out with competitions.
Welcome to the team, Natalie
Becky has been riding since a child, growing up on the family farm. She has competed in British Showjumping, British Dressage and British Eventing and has produced horses through the levels. Her competition experience will be invaluable to the grassroots riders that are new to competing or riders that attend with young horses introducing them to new environments at the start of their career.
Sam Bailey – BHSAI
Cherry Elvin – BHSI
Sarah Simpson – BHSI and Chief Examiner for BHS
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