In 2019 we have been working very closely with Oakham Veterinary Hospital and Stud to help keep all the competition horses on the road and also with all Caunton Manor Stud’s stud work. They have all the best diagnostic equipment in one place and also one of the leading AI/collection centres and lab.



Richard is responsible for shoeing all of the horses on Matthew's yard and provides a reliable and friendly service, tailoring each horses individual needs into his rota.



Beverley has been treating animals and humans for over twenty five years and is responsible for the treatment of all the horses. Being able to communicate to somebody what you are feeling on a horse is difficult, but Beverley understands horses and riders so this is an easy task to ensure they get the treatment they need to feel 100%.



George joined us early in 2018 and is very keen to learn about eventing. He enjoys hunting and jumping and is capable of a large variety of horses. He assists with the exercising of the horses and is a great help around the yard, in-between studying Geography at Leeds University.



Lee has worked in Racing previously for many years and has a lot of experience around horses and young stock. He works on the yard and helps to keep things running smoothly. He is also excellent at working the horses on the ground and assisting with backing and breaking. He is exceptional with young horses.



Hayley previously worked for the Peace family for many years at the original base of Caunton Manor Equestrian, where her role was dressage groom and head girl to Victoria. She has since worked at a showing and livery yard and for a Professional dressage rider, furthering her experience. Now returning to Caunton Manor Equestrian at Team Wright base camp, Hayley is responsible for the running of the yard, taking care of the horses and giving them the TLC they require. She assists in exercising and is Head International Competition Groom.


Emma joined Team Wright in November 2018 and has experience from her previous roles on other yards. She is keen to learn about Eventing, and works hard to develop her knowledge further. She assists with the care of all of the horses, the running of the yard and grooming at competitions. She enjoys regular dressage training with Hayley Watson Greaves and Spencer Wilton in her spare time with her own horse.


Richard joined the yard in January 2019 having worked as a farmer previously. He assists with the mucking out, field and paddock maintenance and has a wealth of experience tractor driving.