Piggy is consistently ranked as one of the leading riders in the UK and the World and has competed successfully at the pinnacle of the sport for many years. In 2019, she won the most prestigious event in the sport at Badminton Horse Trials with Vanir Kamira. This success was part of a record-breaking season with 15 international wins, including the Blenheim 4*L title on Brookﬁeld Inocent, Hartpury 4*S on Quarrycrest Echo, the 6yo World Young Horse Championship on Cooley Lancer and many others. All in all, Piggy won at every international level of the sport from 2* to 5* - an outstanding achievement. The season also included a 2nd place ﬁnish at Burghley 5*, 4th at Kentucky 5* and a Team Silver Medal from the European Championships in Luhmühlen.
Her past team successes also include winning Team Gold at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, the Individual Silver Medal at the 2009 European Championships and being a part of GB’s medal-winning teams at the World Equestrian Games at Kentucky in 2010 and at the European Championships at Luhmühlen in 2011. Her success at the top of the sport has continued for over a decade and she has enjoyed top-level wins at Barbury, Blenheim, Burnham Market, Burgham, Chatsworth, Hartpury and Houghton, as well as ﬁnishing 2nd at both Badminton and Burghley, and 4th at Luhmühlen. With an exceptional string of horses to ride, her success at the highest level looks set to continue in 2020.
Ros Canter is the reigning Eventing World Champion, having led Great Britain to Team Gold at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon last September. She was also part of the gold medal winning team at the 2017 European Championships and is currently number two in the FEI Eventing World Athlete Rankings.
Based near Louth in Lincolnshire Ros has an exciting string of horses, including the gold medal winning Allstar B, also 3rd at Badminton this year, and Zenshera, 3rd at Luhmuhlen and 5th at Pau CCI4*s this year. These are backed up by talented younger horses moving up the grades.
Now based in Lincoln, Daniel started out his showjumping career working & competing for William & Pippa Funnell at the Billy Stud, where he spent 5 years learning his trade.
Daniel first represented Great Britain in his first Senior Nations cup at the age of 20, going on to compete in the under 21 European Championships. Daniel is also the youngest British male rider to take home the famous Queen Elizabeth’s II cup title, at the age of 21.
In 2012 Daniel won the National Gents Champion as well as representing Great Britain in Portugal on the Senior Nations Cup Team in the same year. He has been on the European Young Rider Squad 5 times & has also represented his country at Europeans & Nations Cups many times. Daniel was also a member of the World Class Development Program for 6 years.
"I have been working alongside Lincoln Equestrian for the last 5 years, using their products daily whilst at shows & at home. We feel they keep our horses looking & feeling at their best. One of the most used products that we use would be the Lincoln Classic Shampoo, which we find very effective; nourishing the skin & leaving them shining & in great condition" - Daniel Moseley.
Jayne grew up in a non-horsey family, riding at the local riding school from 4 years of age. After constantly asking her parents for a horse and foregoing birthday and Christmas presents, she eventually owned her first horse at the age of 12.
Jayne is now competing at Grand Prix with Alfons (aka Alf) who she has owned from 5 years old and trained herself. Her other horses include 2 working small tour level – Casino Royale & Fitzgerald and Florence who is working at advanced medium.
Jayne also enjoys training riders to international small tour level, having trained with high profile riders and trainers herself including with Bent Jensen, Marcus Gribbe, Adelinde Cornelissen, Stephen Clarke, Spencer Wilton and Vicki Thompson. Jayne currently trains with the dutch trainer Bert Rutten.
Jayne's favourite Lincoln product is the new Piaffe Mane & Tail Conditioner which she says she couldn't live without.