The Pegasus Team- Sponsored Riders, Ambassadors and Bloggers

We are fortunate to have a wonderful Team flying the Pegasus Flag in the world of equestrianism.

Pegasus Jewellery are delighted to support our Sponsored Riders and Brand Ambassadors from a wide range of Equestrian Disciplines and Levels.

Sponsored riders 

Suzanna Hext

Para-Dressage Rider: European Individual & Team Gold medalist 2017-Sweden. 
In 2012, Suzanna's life changed in a split second when a youngster reared over and landed on her twice, crushing her underneath. She had 9 operations and spent over half a year in hospital.
"At the time, the London 2012 Olympics were taking place, I remember watching them from my hospital bed and felt so inspired. It was a huge driving force for me."
Two years later she got back in the saddle before moving to Gloucestershire to spend time and focus on her riding at The Talland School of Equitation. Her results speak for themselves, and she's an inspiration with a goal in mind. Pegasus is delighted to be supporting her on the journey to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

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Felicity Collins 

Felicity has had much success on the junior, young rider and senior eventing circuit. After a fruitful 2018, she has two horses qualified for 5* level, as well as being U21 National Eventing Champion 2017. She has represented her country at both the Junior and Young Rider Europeans, both times jumping double clear, finishing in the top 13 individually and being part of the Bronze medal winning team each time. 

2019 looks to be a big year, with Felicity heading into her last year of Young Riders with a strong team of horses from youngsters to 4*, whilst aiming to make her 5* debut. 

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Lara Butler

Lara is a British Dressage rider based in Gloucestershire with Laura Bechtolsheimer Dressage and family. She is on the World Class Podium Programme Funded by the National Lottery.
"2018 has been a busy and exciting year for me. I’ve had a super competition season with my top horse Rubin Al Asad, my highlight being top 13 at One of the biggest European shows, Aachen CDIO, and being selected as reserve for the British World Equestrian Dressage Championship Team. Rubin Al Asad and I also became British National Champions for 2018. I also have some exciting news that my husband and I are expecting our 1st child in April 2019 which leads me nicely into my plans for 2019! My aim for 2019 will start by training at home for as long as I can with all my horses, Rubin Al Asad, Kristjan and Amiek C, after that it will be to safely introduce our new family member to the world. After this major mile stone in my life I hope to come back and successfully campaign Rubin Al Asad and my younger Grand Prix horse, Kristjan, who I successfully debuted at international Grand Prix at the end of 2018, for the British European Dressage Team. Throughout all these experiences I’m never without my Pegasus white vitality bracelet accompanied by the rose gold navy snaffle friendship bracelet, they have to be my favourites as I’m in them day and night!!"

Vicky Smith

Vicky is an event rider and professional show horse producer.
"2018 was an incredible year. It was the first time I had produced horses from our Home at Bridge farm and we had a cracking season. My two event horses were on great form with our 5 year old duntoatee producing a run of double clears with a win and some good placings. My older horse Indian king finished the season with a double clear at Somerford Park international. Our show horses had an amazing year with many wins culminating in 2 wins at horse do the year show for Bling Cobsby in the LW cobs and and win for Bart in the coloureds. Juggling 7 horses and working as a school teacher proved tricky so for 2019 I have taken a sabbatical from school. Our 12 box yard is full already so I can concentrate on trying to achieve the best results with the horses. We have another established show horse makers royal mist to join the team in the riding horse ranks and a string of new faces to bring out too. Duntoatee will be aimed at qualifying for the mitsibishi motors cup at badminton whilst Indian king will be aimed at a 1*. Its all go in preparation for a busy year at bridge farm so fingers crossed we have plenty of fun and success. 


PR & Marketing 

A vital member of our team is our PR and Marketing expert, Tara Punter- Equestrian and Country PR. Based in the Cotswolds, horse-loving Tara deals with all our public relations focusing specifically on the equestrian and country market.

Team Pegasus 

Charlotte Wilson

The youngest member of Team Pegasus, Charlotte has been having great success this year qualifying for the Royal International at Hickstead as well as the Horse of the Year Show! Charlotte (pictured below) rides Rosedale Markus with the Craig Elenor Equestrian Team.

Life in the Saddle- Nikki Davies

Equestrian blogger from Cornwall, Nikki has been a loyal customer of Pegasus for quite some time, and probably has one of the largest collections! 

"So 2018 was pretty quiet, it's all been about getting Sisco sound and rehabilitating back into full work. I'm pleased to say he has made a fantastic recovery. 2019 looks like it's going to be an immense year where you will see my new ride Floyd and Sisco both out on the competition circuit. I will be aiming Sisco at some low level dressage and we will see how we get on.... there is no pressure on him to compete at all but he loves to have a job. Floyd is new to me so we need to build our relationship. We've been hacking and had some jump lessons and through out 2019 we will be aiming to take him out on the bsja circuit....I'm so excited I can't wait as this is something I've never really done before. Xx

Nicola Foley

2018 was a strange year for me, I had some highs, lows, achievements and some disappointments, probably like most of you!

We found out that our Dalmatian Floss has terminal cancer but touch wood, she is bouncing around like a puppy. Matilda our Doberman was diagnosed with a spinal defect and had an extremely intrusive operation but again, fingers crossed,  she seems to be going from strength to strength. 

M's got the all clear in the spring and we began walk work, only to find at the end of the summer, he had self harmed again and has been lame since. 2018 also brought about big changes in my life and I have made some extremely tough choices, one was to give up my job in the mounted police. It was a heart breaking decision but sometimes we have to make these choices to make a change for the better. The summer saw the last time I would ever perform in the Metropolitan police Activity ride display team with my beloved Spitfire, who I have left behind to continue his career as a police horse.

I'm a big believer in fate, everything happens for a reason and I have very high hopes for 2019, the Foley's will find their new family home and M's will come sound and will make a come back, better than ever!    I've always loved the vitality range from Pegasus Jewellery and I have a large selection of bracelets and rings. I believe the science behind this range helps me stay healthy, eases aches and pains and helps me sleep. But this year my favourite piece has to be the 3 horse shoe stock pin, this is beautifully designed encrusted with tiny diamontes,  I have promised myself and M's that this piece WILL be worn this year when we both get back to business! 

Stay positive, love Nici

Anna Sloan

Anna made her curling debut for Team GB at the 2009 European Youth Olympic Festival and went on to win gold at the World Student Games in 2011. Glasgow Caledonian University graduate Sloan made her Olympic debut at the Sochi games in 2014, winning a bronze medal as part of the Great Britain ladies’ team. The two-time world medallist also has eight European medals to her name, and picked up her second gold at the 2017 Championships held in St Gallen in November. Anna was once again part of Team GB for the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games earlier this year, where the ladies team finished a proud 4th place after defeat in the bronze medal match.

Anna Bostrand-Daly

"This year I shall be competing my top horse KBIS Zavir at Inter I level and also start doing some music classes which I am really looking forward too.

Bo, my rising 6 year old, will be out at Elementary and aiming at a Medium by the end of the year. I also have baby Pippin who shall start to get out to training and the odd show too hopefully in 2019 but he is still growing so taking it easy with him.

I also have the ride on two clients horses who I shall be out competing and I am very excited to see what we can achieve together as they are both prospects for the higher levels. I shall also continue teaching and training from my premises, and as I am fully booked for training livery already for the year ahead it’s set to be a busy one!

Thankfully I have daily benefits from wearing my vitality bracelets and I know that without them I wouldn’t be able to comfortably do what I am doing without wearing a cumbersome knee brace and take a lot of pain relief. It may sound like a cliche that it’s changed my life but it truly has and I am eternally grateful for this little band of miracle." 

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Sarah Milsom

"2018.. what a year! One to be forgotten for myself! With the point to point season in full swing, I headed to Cornwall for our first race with Euro Trash we had a blast coming 5th in a very competitive race! 

Thinking we were going to great things that year, the ground got too wet and we never got another race as everything was cancelled. That didn’t ruin our hopes of having fun, team chasing was just around the corner.. but yet again we never ever got on course because of the awful weather! Suddenly Euro fell extremely sick and I lost him which was absolutely heartbreaking! Letsfacethemusic (Music) is now stepping up the mark and hopefully this spring we will be back on the team chasing circuit, starting him out at novice and hopefully getting back in the swing of intermediate! I can’t race ride this year due to health issues but we will be hitting the ROR classes this summer with hopes to qualify for the ROR championships at Aintree! Here’s to a better 2019!!"

Jess Coombes 

Jess is a 22yr old event rider based in Dorset with two horses, Oliver and Bambi! 

"2018 wasn’t the year I had planned for me or the horses! Everything went against us one way or another and the ground being too hard certainly stopped us doing what we love! But the beginning of the season was a success as me and Oliver completed my first CCI1* (now CCI-L2*) and then went on to do my first ever intermediate, both flying clear round some tough XC tracks too which I will never forget! Unfortunately due to hard ground and my horses taking top priority our season came to a halt, so Bambi didn’t get a chance to go out eventing! I still managed to compete at a few unaffiliated events and still have some fun! I was lucky enough to join #TEAMPEGASUS too as brand ambassador! Such an amazing opportunity to be part of such a lovely team of people! Also not to mention the jewellery is beautiful and I’m building quite the collection, my favourite being my vitality bracelets and my triple stirrup necklace! 💖

Hopefully 2019 will be a kinder year and the weather will be good to us! I aim to do some more international events as the venues are so beautiful and I love a challenging cross country track! I also love taking part in local BE events. I will also be doing some dressage and showjumping as well and making sure my horses have relaxing hacks and lots of TLC! 💕 But the main thing I’m aiming for in 2019 is to have fun and really enjoy the season! 🏇🏻 I’m also grateful to have some amazing sponsors (Muddy Footprints & S&K Coombes Contractors) and be a part of Team Pegasus and add more gorgeous equestrian jewellery to my collection! 🌟

Jen McLaren 

"In 2018 I focused on getting both my Exmoor Ponies out to some of the big county shows for the breed classes and my girls surpassed any expectation I had of them!

Highlights included my homebred Seòmar Karoo winning the 3year old class at Devon County before going Reserve Youngstock Champion and my home produced (as in - have owned her since she was 6months old!) Finchcroft Mabel standing Exmoor Champion, winning an NPS Silver Medal and being pulled forward into the final line up of the Cuddy Qualifier at Royal Bath & West. Riding wise, I focused on getting Mabel out hacking both alone and in company as she was 5yrs old in 2018, and building up her confidence and fitness. I did some groundwork with Roo but I’m letting her mature at her own pace and she’s not ready for backing quite yet. I’m very excited about 2019, my focus is on the NPS Summer Champs and having Mabel qualify to compete in the Picton Novice Championship there this August. We’re doing lots of dressage as well as showing outings this season to keep building our confidence and practicing our ringcraft - whilst Roo seems fairly content to be staying at home and chilling in the field this season! I am thrilled to continue to support Pegasus Jewellery in 2019, I never have my vitality bracelet and my inspo bangle off my wrists...and my sparkle pearl horseshoe earrings and necklace set continues to be my “go to” jewellery for any occasion!"


Andrew Owen, Mud of my Mulberry

Mud on my Mulberry, aka classy country lady Andrea Owen, is the blogger who provides a little slice of heaven for anyone who loves the British outdoors, horses, dogs and stylish clothes with a rural flair. We're also proud to say she's our very own country brand blogger! Followers get the chance to take a peek into life in the Oxfordshire countryside with 3 horses and 3 dogs, as well as take sartorial inspiration and styling tips from her eclectic blend of country and high street fashion finds. Her ‘Shop My Look’ page has become a brilliant resource for last-minute outfit inspiration, whether I’m off to the races or meeting friends in the pub!

 2019 saw us welcome a further 5 ambassadors to Team Pegasus with the hope of supporting a hand selected few. We're thrilled to introduce you to; 

Amy Parkin

I'm a 25 year old show jumper from Cornwall, horses have always been my passion and I'm so glad I've been able to also make it my career, by backing, schooling and competing for owners. I have been riding before I could walk and I'm extremely lucky to have such supportive parents, who have worked really hard to help me reach my goals. I have never had an easy horse or pony I've always had difficult rides and love working with it to get the best out of them. 
I have a small string of horses that I compete for both myself and a couple of owners. I love to produce them and bring up through the levels aiming to get them jumping the 1.30/1.40 grand prix. 
I'm extremely excited to be part of team Pegasus and looking forward to the season ahead. 
Jane Hendy

I started driving 5 years ago and trained my own welsh section B Tiff to drive. Our journey has been full of thrills and spills but we are a dedicated combination who have come up through the ranks and now focusing on a career driving with the British Team. Tiff has won the European Scurry Trial Championships, Evolution Young Pony Championships, Chatworth International as well as many wins in indoor carriage driving.  We are thrilled to be part of Team Pegasus and hope our hard work and dedication to our sport brings us more amazing results in the future.


Kay Scott-Jarvis 

Kay Scott - Jarvis is Proprietor and Senior Coach at Rockstar Equine and its Sister Centre in Staffordshire. Kay is also a Centre10 Accredited Coach in performance psychology and a qualified BHS trainer. Kay adores coaching and aims to provide a competitive, educational and ethical edge to her coaching. When she's not coaching, Kay is training and competing in BS and BE100.


Lizzie Robinson

I write a blog called Ponies and Prosecco, which is pretty self explanatory. Here I share the thrills and spills of the training and competing of my two Connemara ponies Buzz and Wigs, with equestrian fashion styling ideas and a good dose of Prosecco thrown in for good measure. I currently compete in affiliated dressage with Wigs. Our biggest achievement to date was coming 2nd at the Petplan Area Festival Semi Finals in a big class of over 20 horses and riders and getting through to the finals. 
 My goals for Wigs this year are to qualify Area Festivals at both Novice and Elementary level. We have only just started competing at Elementary level so this might be a bit ambitious but we will give it our best shot. 
Buzz is owned by my mum. When she is not hacking him I get to pinch him. He is a real fun pocket rocket.  My aim for this year with Buzz is to complete a one day event. We last went eventing together over 10 years ago so we are both a bit rusty, but I am excited for the year ahead.  
My most important goal this year is to have as much fun as possible with both horses. 
I am so excited to be a part of team Pegasus as I have always been a fan of the brand and have quite a large collection of their jewellery already. I love that there is a piece of Pegasus Jewellery for everyone regardless of age, gender or budget. I feel so privileged to be part of such a team of lovely, talented people.  
Follow our Prosecco infused adventures on social media :
Instagram @ponies_and_prosecco
Facebook @poniesandprosecco
Twitter @ponies_prosecco
Sarah Johnstone 

Hi everyone, I’m Sarah and I’m an amateur event rider from the bonnie Scottish Borders. I am extremely excited to be part of #TeamPegasus as I have been following and shopping with them for many years now and its incredibly exciting to see how the brand has grown.

The gorgeous Woody is my number one guy and is better known locally as SuperCob- I feel he is often underestimated in the warm up as he is *ahem* slightly chunkier than your average event horse but together we have evented up to BE Novice and had high hopes for making our debut at CIC* in 2018. Sadly, Woody went lame in 2017 with an injury to his tendon and had all of 2018 off, however he is back and feeling better than ever so we are very excited to get going again in 2019 and hopefully have an absolute ball this season.

I also run my own equestrian business and am a keen blogger/vlogger, blogging monthly for British Eventing so as you can imagine I am always running around like a headless chicken! The Pegasus Vitality bracelet changed my life about a year and a half ago as just a week after putting it on I found I was sleeping better and waking up more easily. It’s been a huge factor in helping me make the most of my day and is a product I truly believe in therefore I jumped at the chance to become a brand ambassador for Kim and her fantastic team.