Tracy Brown Equestrian

Training, Coaching and Clinics



My coaching philosophy is to assist riders and horses in their pursuit to obtain their goals by identifying individual training needs. I aim to create a harmonious balance by ensuring that firm foundations are in place throughout the stages of training.


I am a British Eventing UKCC Level 3 Accredited Coach with 27 years experience producing young horses from novice to advanced eventing.


I enjoy helping enthusiastic riders, who want to develop the partnership between themselves and their horse, catering for all ages and levels.  I have facilities at Paddocksland for dressage and jumping and run regular cross country clinics in the local area. I can also travel to you.


Dressage Training

My aim is to:

  • Create a harmonious relationship between horse and rider.
  • Develop the rider’s independent seat, leg and hand aids, continually improving their position
  • Use the Scales of Training to establish the basics
  • Build confidence by introducing rhythm, suppleness and contact
  • Develop impulsion and straightness
  • Ultimately develop self-carriage and collection
  • Improve your dressage scores.


Show Jumping Coaching

    My aim is to:

    • Improve rider's position, working on a light independent seat, together with leg and hand aids
    • Introduce useful flatwork exercises for jumping
    • Use gymnastic jumping. (polework and gridwork)
    • Improve coursework, including related distances and seeing a stride.


    Cross-Country Clinics

    My aim is to:

    • Develop a secure position
    • Build horse and rider's confidence
    • Develop your ability to ride the technical courses of today.


    I offer private or group riding lessons and regular group weekend jumping clinics at Paddocksland Farm. Please contact me to book your place.





    Click here to download the rider registration form from the British Horse Society and here to download the rider performance profiile both to be completed prior to first session.

    The British Horse Society