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WHO YOU MIGHT MEET WHEN YOU COME TO RIDE WITH US

WIOLA GRABOWSKA 

All Programmes Coach

 

The founder of the Aspire Equestrian Academy, Wiola teaches across all of the programmes and focuses on young riders over the age of 14 and adults. 

 

You will most likely meet her at your first lesson for an assessment of your riding skills. 

 

To read about Wiola's riding experience, qualifications and more - visit HERE

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KELLY HILL

Livery Head Honcho

 

If you are thinking of keeping your own horse with us long term whilst training on Aspire programmes in London, Kelly is the person who you will most likely be dealing with. 

 

Responsible for the smooth running of the Aspire equine team!

 

 

 

 

 

CAITLIN THORPE

Junior Coach in Training 

 

Since joining Aspire Start Programme in 2014, Caitlin has been developing her riding skills nicely and is now thinking of pursuing riding & coaching life. 

 

Wiola is keeping her on board as her helper extraordinaire! You will mostly meet her in London or at Aspire camps and clinics. 

 

 

 

 

 

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EVA MARUNOVA

Coach on Trial with the Academy 

 

More details soon :) 

GEMMA HILL

Aspire Equestrian Kids Academy Coach

 

Hey, I'm Gemma and I'll most likely be teaching you on the Aspire Equestrian programmes if you are under the age of 13. I have worked with horses since I was 10. I started off helping out at my local riding school and then progressed to working on the yard at the weekends grooming, tacking up, mucking out etc.

 

I then decided I wanted to work with horses full time and qualify as a riding instructor which led me to become an apprentice at Wellington Riding. During my time there I passed my British Horse Society (BHS) stages 1,2,3 and PTT exam.

 

I was in charge of running the riding school for a year and then moved on to the livery yard where I was a deputy helping with the day to day duties of looking after the liveries and also providing lectures for the apprentices who were preparing to take their exams.

 

I have always enjoyed teaching and like to watch how my riders progress and become more confident. 

 

In 2014 I moved back to London and currently focus on freelance teaching and helping run a livery yard in Surrey.