Louth equestrian coach wins place on national programme

Liz Madeley in the show jumping arena with Flying Colors EMN-180730-103205002
Liz Madeley in the show jumping arena with Flying Colors EMN-180730-103205002

A Louth equestrian coach has been selected for a prestigious national programme of coaching excellence.

Liz Madeley, who runs Liz Madeley Equestrian Coaching in Brinkhill, near Louth, has been called onto the year-long National Development Programme for Coaching Excellence (NDPCE) which will begin in October.

Liz has many years of experience in the equestrian industry, and is a British Horse Society assessor as well as Pony Club recommended coach and a British Horse Society accredited professional coach.

She is also on the list of British Dressage judges, and the Trainers Database, as well as a certified practitioner of NLP specialising in equestrian sport.

The NDPCE is open to coaches working with adults and young people who participate in competitive and recreational equestrian sport and aims to recognise the importance of high-performing coaches within grassroots riding.

All coaches selected for the programme hold their Equestrian Level 3 coaching certificate, and were selected for their passion in sustaining and growing participation as well as their attitude to learning and the importance of continuous professional and personal development.

They will embark on a 12-month cross-discipline programme, which is now in its third year and is supported by the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) and Sport England.