Henriette Andersen is an international dressage rider and trainer. Born in Denmark, she became a British citizen in 2000, encouraged by British Dressage.
Emilie Chandler is a professional Event Rider, based at her own yard in Stathern, Leicestershire.
Charlotte Dujardin CBE
Charlotte is the most successful British dressage rider in history - her medal haul includes three Olympic gold, two World Championship gold and five European gold medals.
Following a successful career in eventing, Darren has started to concentrate on dressage and has established a reputation as having a real talent for spotting and bringing on futures equine stars.
Dressage rider Clare and the black pony stallion Rembrandt DDH were part of the GB team that made history in Sweden in 2015, by being the first ever British team to win a gold medal at the FEI Pony European Dressage Championships.
Ruth is an international dressage rider who has been riding for as long as she can remember. Her competitive career took off in 2010 when she became the youngest rider to be selected for GB National Pony Training, aged just 11 years.
Paralympic, European, World and Nations Cup medallist, Frank Hosmar competes in paralympic and able-bodied dressage to the highest level. He has won numerous team and individual medals for his country and has been Dutch Champion eight times.
Australian triple Olympic gold medallist Andrew Hoy is one of the most successful eventers of all time, having competed in a total of eight Olympic Games - his most recent success being team silver and individual bronze on Vassily de Lassos at Tokyo!
Over the past 10 years Gareth has amassed more than 30 national and international titles including international wins at Small Tour and Grand Prix, both in the UK and abroad, including Team Bronze at the 2021 European Championships.
Having started riding at 10 years old at her local riding school in Belgium, Rebecca got her first pony when she moved back to England where she enjoyed the usual teenage activities of Pony Club, hunting and local shows.
We firmly believe Tom is a great prospect for the future and he is currently on the Team GBR World Class Podium Potential Squad (2017-18), having kept his place from the previous year.
Kitty was the first rider to represent her country at all levels - pony, junior, young rider and senior and she is a European Eventing Championships silver medallists. In 2016 Kitty and Ceylor Lan represented Team GB at the Rio Olympic Games.
Harry Meade is one of Britain’s leading event riders; his quiet and sympathetic style of riding, along with his professionalism and attention to detail, makes him a perfect member of Team Fairfax.
JP is one of the most formidable Four Star Event Riders on the circuit. Having started his training under the watchful eye of Kenneth Clawson, JP has branched out and has successfully built up a top class Event Team from his beautiful base on the Rolleston Estate, near Market Harborough, Leicestershire.
Marc Peter Spahn
Based in the Netherlands, Belgian rider Marc-Peter Spahn is a renowned breeder and rider of Friesian Sport Horses. Peter rode his first Grand Prix aged 17, and now he competes Friesian dressage horses internationally.
Daniel Timson burst onto the international dressage scene in Young Rider classes in the 1990s, before training in Germany with Olympic champion Klaus Balkenhol. Now one of the UK's leading dressage riders, he competes a string of upcoming young horses and teaches to the highest levels.
Sophie Wells has Para European, World and Olympic Gold Medals under her belt, and is still hungry for more! She added to her collection at the Tokyo Olympics with team gold and individual silver on Don Cara.
She has been a consistent member of Team GB since the 2009 European Championships when she was the first British rider to win a gold at Grade V (then IV). She won three!
Spencer has a bronze Eurpoean medal and an Olympic silver, both won on Jen Goodman’s British bred Super Nova II (aka Neville).
He became part of our team when he won a Fairfax saddle in the Prix St Georges at the National Championships in 2013 and was astounded at the difference it made to his horse.