Janine Lamy


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Janine is a British Dressage Regional Trainer based in Kent. With a background in the training of young event horses she is also very popular for show-jump instruction and cross-country schooling. She is a UKCC qualified coach, is on the BHS Register of Instructors and is a Pony Club B Test Examiner.

She has a broad range of clients with numerous wins and placings in British Dressage including the all important qualifications to the Regionals, riders to the National Winter Championships via the Area Festivals and a rider on the Pony Progress Squad. There are British Eventing winners and qualification to the much sought after Badminton Grassroots Regionals. On the showing side there is the National Side-Saddle Working Hunter Champion, and riders at HOYS in the Search For A Star classes. With a very diverse bunch of clients nothing gives her more pleasure than to receive a text with the day’s results. However she is happy teaching all levels, so long as you want to improve.

Harry at Nurstead BEJanine is based at Carmen Court near Tonbridge but also teaches from home in Swanley Village. Most of her teaching is in Kent and the local Sussex area but she can travel further by arrangement. She can provide schooling both as a training livery at Carmen Court when there is space or at your place.

There are very popular jumping clinics at Carmen Court from April to August each year, and clinics through the winter under cover at Four Elms Farm. Janine is always happy to do clinics at other venues in the South East.

She has been very successful with rider confidence problems and helping with the psychology of training and competing. As coach, Janine is often very much part of the team as required.

Janine regularly teaches Pony Clubs and Riding Clubs and is the Chief Instructor for the North West Kent branch.