• November 26, 2020 12:00 am
  • Essex, United Kingdom
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I am based in Essex and teach dressage to a variety of riders. I believe anyone can learn dressage, it doesn’t matter what type of horse you have. My clients have a mixture of different horses, from warmbloods, to arabs, cobs and Irish horses. The main thing all my clients have in common is the desire to learn and enjoy dressage. Likewise some of my riders compete very seriously, and there are some who have no wish to compete, but can ride a beautiful canter half pass and are quite happy for it to stay in their menage at home.

If you would like to find out more about learning dressage, please contact me.

I have moved to a new yard with a purpose-built floodlit school. Please visit this site regularly to find out more about the new facilities. I take horses for schooling, livery and holiday livery. The dressage events are run at the new yard, including some of Char Lassetter’s clinics.

Please have a look at some of my riders’ successes. I will be keeping the site updated with their achievements.

I started my riding career at the Tally Ho riding school in Essex at the tender age of four and really looked forward to my weekly lesson. I progressed to helping out to fund my lessons and soon knew I wanted to teach riding when I left school.

At sixteen I left school and the next four years were very busy with college, part time work and AI courses. I found spare time in short supply but still kept my love of horses. In 1992, I passed my BHS AI and several years later went on to pass my ABRS ATD.

In 1995 I bought Picasso II and this was when I decided that Dressage was my chosen path and soon I was working at Molecomb Stud with Char and John Lassetter. This chapter in my life was the beginning of a long working relationship with Char Lassetter which still continues to this day.

I have also received training from Conrad Schumacher and I am registered as a British Dressage Trainer.

I have competed at Inter I level and have trained riders who have competed internationally. My crowning moment was representing my country in 2007 in the Australian CDI.

Whatever your dressage dreams and ambitions are with your horses and ponies, I can help you achieve them.

Tracy Wright Dressage Horses – PAST AND PRESENT
Kermo’s Dinaro Star & Tracy.
Kermo’s Dinaro Star or ‘Dings’ for short. Owned by myself and John Lowrie. He was brought from Lithuania in 2007. He is a 17hh chestnut Danish Warmblood whose sire is Don Frederico. First time out he won and Qualified for the Shearwater 5 year old Young Horse Competition, he also got through to the 5 year old Potential International Dressage Horse as well as the Badminton Young Dressage Horse of the Future all in 2008. He has qualified for Novice, Elementary, Medium and now Advanced Medium Regionals.

Picasso II
Reno’s Star 2006-2009 a 16.2hh chestnut Hannoverian by Romantic Star, competed up to Medium level sold to Brett Allen who is currently training towards his BD Apprenticeship at Molecomb Stud with the Lassetters.

Holliday 2000-2004 Herman was a 16hh Trakehner with Kostolany lines ridden up to medium level but retired due to injury and lives with Joanna Stacey.

Picasso II 1995-2011, 16.1hh chestnut Rhinelander, My PSG schoolmaster who taught me how to ride and allowed me to start my training with John and Charlotte Lassetter.

Moudaire Farm, Doddinghurst, Brentwood, Essex
Set in 20 acres, with newly built Monarch Stables and floodlit 20 x 60 Charles Britton sand and rubber Arena.

Moudaire Farm offers DIY livery with services to suit
Monarch 12 x 12ft indoor stables, with automatic drinkers and hay bars.Floodlit 20 x 60 Charles Britton sand and rubber arena24 Hour CCTV SecurityTack roomRug roomStorageIndividual turnoutOff road riding

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