Little Munden Equestrian provides the highest standards of care for your horse. This is due entirely to the highly professional team who strive to ensure the horses are both healthy and happy.
Tom Hawkins – Proprietor
Tom learned to ride at a later age, whilst serving as a
Royal Air Force Officer and after having met Tracy.
He had previously participated in ultra-running,
mountaineering and rock climbing. Tracy’s plan to
teach Tom enough about horses so that he could muck
out hers and act as a competition groom, soon backfired
when he caught the equine bug and bought one of his own.
He was a keen eventer and enjoys competing at dressage (having realised that he was too poor to continue playing polo). He is continuing in training his own 13yo giganto 18.1 thoroughbred and in their first British Dressage season together, qualifed and competed at Hartpury in the Nation Festival Championship. When not riding, Tom enjoys tractor driving and loading/unloading the washing machine.
Tracy Hawkins - Administration and Events
Tracy started riding aged 5 yrs, she spent every spare minute of her childhood working on yards in exchange for free rides and has a vast range of experience of riding many different types of horses. After leaving school, she studied Brooksby Agricultural College and worked on both hunting and point-to-point yards. Having an early mid-life crisis, she changed careers and qualified in Sports Medicine then worked in professional rugby at national and international level for 15 years, where she specialised in the development and implementation of specific rehabilitation programmes for elite sportsmen.
Following a serious neck injury, Tracy qualified as a Doctor of McTimoney chiropractic and now runs her own clinic. The majority of her patients are sports people, with many horse riders ranging from happy hackers to those competing professionally. With over 35 years of experience, Tracy offers help to our liveries and their horses, assisting them by developing fitness and rehabilitation programmes, using her knowledge of both horse and
rider bio-mechanics to help them achieve their riding goals. She
successfully competes at medium dressage and endurance riding.
She claims this shows a true all-rounder; the rest of us wonder if she
just likes to take a detour down the centre line.
Tracy and her Spanish horse are the GB PRE Dressage Champions -
not once but twice!
Sarah - Yard Manager. Ask Sarah what she does;
the answer is "Horses!". Sarah started riding at
the age of 4 and has hardly left the saddle since. Originally from South
Africa, after completing an Equine Studies Diploma, she spent time at the
Equine Quarantine Centre in Mauritius, taking care of highly valuable
endurance horses that were moving from South Africa to the Middle East. She was responsible for their day to day care and their fitness training programmes. If you want your horse super fit - Sarah is your girl!
The rest of the team are: Steph (another South African), Jess (another South African), Tammy (yet another South African!!) and Kirra (from the largest "Land Down Under")