Evolution Equestrian Sponsored and Team Riders
Meet the riders sponsored by Evolution Equestrian.
Hi, my name is Lily Martin. I am currently in year 10 at school and I am 15 years old. I ride Bramley Entourage a 15.2hh riding pony X thoroughbred. We compete in official show horse and EA dressage. Happy and I had a very successful 2018, qualifying for SHC Grand Nationals and EA Interschool Nationals which I attended on a pool horse, as well as many other achievements. This year I hope to keep achieving high results in the show ring, as well as continuing to ride other horses and developing skill, understanding and a bond with them. I am so grateful to continue my partnership with Evolution Equestrian in 2019 and can’t wait to see what the rest of the year brings!
Hi my name is Katie Shepherd and i am 16 years old living in Busselton and I have been riding for 6 years. My horse is Bramley Mademoiselle (Lola) and we have been partners in this incredible journey for 3 years. She is a beautiful black mare out of Falconhurst Reprise and locally bred by the Bramley stud in Margaret River. Lola and I compete in Show Hunter at a local and state level. Anna Johnson has been my coach for the past four years and wouldn’t have anyone else. My biggest highlight of my riding career would be attending the 2019 Hufglocken Grand Nationals and receiving top ten for rider. Last year i also had the opportunity of a lifetime to be sponsored by evolution equestrian and i am so lucky to have the opportunity again. I am most looking forward to the 2019 season because we have the privilege to represent Evolution Equestian and be apart of their team, and to also have the opportunity to attend as many competitions as possible to learn more and develop my riding. All the best to everyone in the 2019 season.
Hi My name is Diana Avery-JonesMy introduction to the showing world came with my first pony DP Ling Wow, she took me from pony club to my first Royal win and Horse of the Year placing. My current team consists of BML Sandriah and my own off the track thoroughbred Delicacy. I have been involved with the sport of show horse for many years, being on the EWA High Performance Show Horse Squad and SHCWA Youth Committee. Recently I have participated in more dressage competitions and have placed highly in recent novice competitions, I am looking forward to competing elementary this year. I am currently studying a Bachelor of Commerce and Juris Doctor at University of Western Australia
I am excited to be part of the 2019 Equestrian Evolution Team!
BML Sandriah is a small show hunter hack that is owned by Tracey Diederich (BML Performance Horses), I have been campaigning her since 2016 and have many successes with her. She is a warmblood by Sir Donnerhall out of HB Weltmatisse, she has been a once in a lifetime horse and I hope to continuing competing in show horse and dressage for many years.
In 2018 her performance highlights include:
· SHC Western Stars 2018 – Champion Small Show Hunter Hack
· Gosnells Masters 2018 – Champion Small Show Hunter Hack
· SHC Horse of the Year 2018 – Runner Up Small Show Hunter Hack
· EWA Horse of the Year 2018 – Runner Up Small Show Hunter Hack
· Winner of the AWHA High Point award
· Perth Royal Show 2018 – Supreme led and Supreme Ridden Warmblood
· Perth Royal Show 2018 – Runner Up Supreme of Supremes
Delicacy is my off the track hack, she was previously raced under the name “Petite Metallique” and is by Metaldale x Kiss the Rain. I have been very fortunate to be awarded Champion Track to Hack at Perth Royal Show, my highlight success with her to date. She is a very pretty and sweet natured horse whom I hope to have more time to compete in the 2019 season.
· Lightly shown in 2018 due to university commitments and already campaigning another horse.
· Winner of 6yo Young Horse of the Year 2018– Grand National Qualified
· Winner Ridden Thoroughbred Mare – Perth Royal Show 2018
· Winner Owner Rider Show Hack – SHC Classic 2018
Angus Fraser is 16 years old (8/7/2002).
He is a year 11 student this year at Emmanuel Catholic College.
His current horses are Impazzire – an 18 year old OTT thoroughbred gelding and he has just acquired a new horse called “Codebreaker” an 11 year old Black OTT Thoroughbred. His coachs are Spook (Trevor) March and Chad Donovan.
Angus has had lots of success with Impazzire including these highlights for 2018.
Winner of the 1.10m championship at the State Interschool Championships 2018
Winner of the 1.20m at the State Interschool Championships 2018 – Qualifying for Nationals .
Winner at the Perth Royal Show Junior Jumper Class
Winner at the Patrons Cup of the 1.10m and 1.15m Open Championship classes.
5th in the Mini Prix (1.30m) at the Patrons Cup (his first Mini Prix !)
To top off an amazing year Angus and impazzire were the Winners at the WA State Championships of the WA State Junior Showjumping Title for 2018 ! He also competed in the State Young Rider Championship finishing a very credible 6th place In the Young Rider Championship for 2018
Angus also earned a place on the EA High Performance Youth Showjumping Squad for 2018 and again this year for 2019.
Angus is also a very talented AFL football player and is currently training with the South Fremantle Colt’s squad.
MEET THE EVOLUTION EQUESTRIAN TEAM RIDERS
Hi, my name is Grace Martin and I am 13 years old. I’m very excited to representing Evolution Equestrian as a team rider this year. I ride Gunadorah Talisman aka Tic Toc. He is a 13 year old, 15.1 hh Brumby. We are a new partnership and I’m looking forward to working towards competing in Showjumping and Dressage, aswell as enjoying Pony Club. I am very grateful to be given this wonderfull opportunity to represent Evolution Equestrian and can’t wait for a great year ahead.
Hi, My name is Silke Linton and i’m 13 years old, which makes me the youngest Evolution Equestrian sponsor. I am very passionate about horses and love everything that come with them. I have been rising for 6 years and still have a lot to learn. I ride at state level and hope to compete at a national level this year. I cant wait for what this year holds!!!
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