As one of the World's leading lady showjumpers Tina needs little introduction. She has had many International show jumping successes over the years, including winning the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Cup twice, competing on twenty-four Nations Cups and taking the title of Britain's Leading Lady.
In addition she was selected to ride for Great Britain at the 2010 World Equestrian Games and in 2011 won the Hickstead Derby with Promise Land, in doing so she was the first woman to win the Derby since Alison Dawes in 1973! Tina was also selected as the reserve rider for the London Olympic team, but whilst competing at Spruce Meadows, Canada, she suffered a terrible fall which resulted in a severe ankle injury putting her out of action. She was back in the saddle though at Olympia that year. Tina's current top horses includes Hello Sailor, Hello Boyo and Unique IX.
Tina also spends a lot of her time training other riders and is one of the British Showjumping Associations Elite Trainers.
KBIS have supported both Tina and Graham for a number of years and we have had the pleasure of visiting their yard in Oxon where they breed and produce top quality showjumpers.
You can find out more about Tina and Graham on their website.