“I’m absolutely thrilled and delighted to be back working with the team through to Tokyo. We are fortunate in the UK to have an excellent structure in place, with British Dressage working in conjunction with Riding for the Disabled Association, which ensures the continued development and progression of the sport.
The Tokyo cycle will present a massive challenge to the squad; not least the proposed changes to the squad team size but also the environmental challenges at both the 2018 World Championships and the Paralympic Games. With the support of a fantastic group of team practitioners and a talented group of athletes, I am confident that we will deliver our best performances at both next year’s qualifying event and, when the time comes, in Tokyo.”
Great Britain’s para-dressage team are world-leaders in their sport and have achieved unparalleled success on the international stage, maintaining an undefeated team record at Paralympic, European and World championships since its introduction in 1996.