Lucinda is joined by a fantastic team of individuals at Lucinda Fredericks Equestrian Ltd.
We usually have vacancies for Working Pupils each year, joining us in September with their own horse for an excellent training opportunity. Applicants must be 18+ and it is a live-in 1 year placement.
18 year old Ellie Fredericks has had a fantastic 2021 season, competing on Lucinda’s Advanced stallion Britannia’s Mail, Intermediate horse Mandorior and 6 year old mare Pure Trendsetter, part-owned by Liz Hills and Chris Emmett. Ellie is proud to be part of the u21 British Eventing Youth Development Squad for the second year running and would have been selected for the Junior European team if GB had sent a squad to Sweden.
Ellie and Britannia’s Mail began the season with a 4th place in the Novice at Tweseldown in April and went from strength to strength, finishing 3rd in the CCI-LJ2* at the Junior National Championships at Belsay International, 2nd at Cornbury House International CCI-S Y3* and 12th in their first 3* at Keysoe International in a field of over 100 riders, many of whom were going on to the Tokyo Olympics. To top off the season they stepped up to Advanced at Little Downham and blew us away finishing in 10th place amongst all the Professionals.
ON THE YARD
Henry is new to the team in 2022 and comes with a plethora of equestrian experience, having worked long-term for another local yard and working his way up the ranks. Responsible for the smooth running of the yard on a daily basis, Henry is also a keen rider and joins us with his horse, Rupert.
Georgia joined us in January 2023 with her horse Pippin.
Grace joined us in November 2022 with her mare Daisy.
Jude is responsible for all admin, HR and finance. She is in the office Monday – Thursday each week. Jude has an Exmoor pony called Jack, who is the
bane love of her life!
Jo has worked closely with Lucinda and Ellie since January 2018. Jo takes care of all things marketing, including the promotion of our gorgeous stallions, Britannia’s Mail and Britannia’s Bijou.
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