Being a successful young rider in the current climate comes with all kinds of additional situations and pressures to navigate far beyond just the art of riding itself.
Many of our young equestrian athletes are expected to balance school or college with performance pressures, training, selection, peer group pressures and the world of online and social media - a task that many adults would find daunting.
Having a trusted source in a confidential setting can aid them navigate this process or indeed seek out advice and support they might otherwise not know how to find.
Parents pay, they transport, they encourage, they share in the ups and the downs playing an invaluable part in the lives of young athletes in and out of the saddle. We also offer sessions for parents alone or with their teenagers using sports psychology to help them work better as a team to achieve their shared goals and overcome the myriad obstacles that arise when families are closely involved in sport.