About Joanna Lloyd-Aylett
Inter I and II Dressage Rider - Young Horse National Championships finalist Open Intermediate Event Rider Showjumped at Foxhunter equivalent in France BHSAI studied National Training Headquarters, Stoneleigh British Dressage Appointed Trainer Area 5 Pony Club Dressage Trainer Trains with Steven Clarke and Ferdi Eilberg. Joanna has bred and produced her own performance horses and ponies, and also competed at Prix St George level with British Dressage. She also trains her daughter, Annie, who is now competing on the Premier League circuit at Junior FEI level on her horse Urban Spirit. Training riders from Intro to PSG, Joanna is passionate about her sport. She has an innate ability to identify and resolve areas to develop and improve correctness in both horse and rider, resulting in more consistent performance. At the end of each lesson, she will outline key exercises to work on before the next lesson, ensuring continuous improvement. Joanna offers a full schooling livery service to assist owners who need concentrated training for their horse. This daily intensive schooling can be particularly useful over holiday periods or at a time when you want to teach your horse a new movement. To book in ring Annie on 07760305385. Prices by individual arrangement. Cost of private lesson £35 for 45 minutes. Joint lesson £30 for 45 minutes. Maelor Equestrian Centre also holds regular dressage training days on Tuesdays with Jo Lloyd. These Tuesday lessons with Jo can be individual or shared. Ring Annie on 07760305385 to book in, see the event calendar for dates.
'Since being coached by Jo, I am delighted that my riding has improved dramatically. Also, as a result of changing my attitude if something's not quite right, from "that`ll do" to "that's not acceptable", my horse gets better and better the more I now ask of him. Lessons are enjoyable, hard work, varied and fun - Jo has endless ways of getting great results out of both horses and riders. When praise comes you know it's well deserved and constructive criticism usually comes via her lively sense of humour. As well as my own experience, I have seen Jo's patience and encouragement in imparting the skills and knowledge she has, raising the aspirations, motivation, confidence levels and achievements of others she trains. I really look forward to my lessons with Jo and the mutual support and encouragement of friends made via the great social side to the centre that she has created'. Viv Dixon and Harry