Amy has become a crucial part of our Wodehouse Team over the past few years and is hugely valued for her dedication and care for the horses. A great team creates a great stable and we value ourselves on having a fantastic atmosphere for the horses to really be at home in their surroundings and with the people who take care of them. Amy brings a great energy to the stable and the horses feel it! We are very lucky to have her here at Wodehouse.
Cassey has been a valuable member of our team at Wodehouse Stud for many years and now works with us on a full time basis.
Cassey is a dedicated horsewoman, with a very high standard of working and an undeniable love for all of the horses. We are very lucky to have her here at Wodehouse Stud.
Cassey has also taken over the reins of our own superstar Westwinds Ego, with whom India competed at the European Championships with Team GB in 2015, and is pursuing her own career in showjumping under our roof as well with guidance and training from Louise. She also competes her own Goldenboy, who is also a Wodehouse reference, and is establishing herself at 1m20 level in the ring.
Sue joined our team here at Wodehouse Stud full time in April 2018 to help with the management of the Stud as our operations expanded. She spends most of her time with the office work, coordinating staff and managing the livery yard, as well as leasing with our sponsors and organising entries and show logistics.
As Louise’s sister, she has also spent most of her life working with horses and has a great depth of knowledge in the industry, herself also eventing to advanced level. We are privileged to have her as a part of our team.
Louise is the founder and driving force behind our operation here at Wodehouse Stud. She manages the yard and the business as well as heading the training and education side of the processes here at Wodehouse Stud, being a certified Level 2 British Showjumping Coach.
Louise has a huge wealth of experience in the equestrian industry and not just on the jumping side of things! Louise has also evented to a high level, been successful in showing classes and much more.
As well as offering training for all levels at our base here at Wodehouse Stud, Louise also helps out with training for the Pony Club and the Academy teams.
Whether it be sourcing your new horse or you want an experienced trainer to take your riding to the next level, please don’t hesitate to contact her for more information!
Atiya enjoyed an abundance of success in the Children on Horses classes at home and abroad, which gave her the initial taste for international showjumping and representing her country. Placing 4th in the Grand Prix in Wierden and playing a strong part of the team which jumped to second in the Nations Cup in Austria, she was then selected to compete at the European Championships in 2018 where she posted another super double clear in the Nations Cup format.
She is now translating this experience into building up her own string of horses here at Wodehouse Stud, from 4 year olds to Grand Prix level. At now 18 years of age, she has already competed upto 2* Grand Prix level, and has an abundance of notable results under her belt, whilst also having gained valuable experience in the training of young horses working at Breen equestrian. A driven young rider, we are excited as she progresses within the sport!
India has benefitted from riding a wide variety of horses early on in her career making her naturally very adaptable. She has also enjoyed having the opportunity on numerous occasions to produce her horses right through to Grand Prix level. Since winning a silver medal at the European Championships in Austria in 2015, India has been producing a good team of horses and becoming established in the senior levels, in 2018 stepping up to Grand Prix level jumping CSI** Ranking classes at home and abroad. India is also not shy of the big stages with placings at HOYS and Olympia on ponies and has also competed in the Puissance at just 17 years old!
Most recently she has represented her country on Young Rider Nations Cup teams and has an impressive resume up to 4* 1m50 level.
Directly after her last A Level exam, India moved down to The Billy Stud in Surrey where she spent a year learning from William & Pippa Funnell about the breeding and production of their young horses. During COVID, she also spent some time in Germany and also in Belgium learning from the top Belgian showjumper, Pieter Devos.
India is now located back in Belgium as a show rider for one of the World’s best-known trading stables, the Stephex Stables.
Member of the World Class Podium Potential Pathway 2019-20
Member of the Sport England Step Up to Gold Programme 2018
Member of the British Equestrian Excel Talent Programme 2016-18