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Jeanette is now currently working with the training assessing and mentoring of equestrain coaches for Equestrian Sport New Zealand, and the Equine ITO, freelance coaching in New Zealand and overseas. Jeanette bases her methods on the most traditional equestrian masters such as those of the Spanish Riding School. She spent some time working for two riders of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna (Austria) and owned a Lipizzaner which was also trained in Austria. Her riding career took off when she purchased a 3 year old horse from Ireland - a life long partnership saw both of them compete at national level in dressage and eventing and they also raced in a 'point to point' (local hunt) race. "He was a horse of a life time and did everything I asked of him and much more - I was fortunate to have him until he was 26 years old. Jeanette competed her own and many other horses in the Uk – dressage, eventing and showjumping Jeanette well remembers and respects mentors, coaches and trainers such as John Amer, Pat Manning FBHS, John Lassetter BHSI. and Anthony Crossley. Work in Italy, France and Holland allowed Jeanette to continue to learn and at one point she imported Dutch Warmblood horses (to the UK) - competing on them and then selling them to other riders.
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