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Lydia Jackson is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Lydia Jackson and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the RoseHip Vital sponsored rider Lydia Jackson is a level 3 Dressage Specialist coach, Level 2 General Coach and Coach Educator. She and her husband Jonathan run the family business, Kingston Agistment and Training Centre, which is approximately 15 minutes from Hobart. Lydia and Jonathan have 3 children, Harry 8, Sabrina 6 and Charlie 3yo.lydia jackson dressage Interviews with Equine Industry Experts. Listen to Olympians, World Cup riders, World Champions, Veterinarians, Equine Body Workers as well as leading horse specialists in their field. Regular International guests give specific advice on tips, steps and ideas in their specialty area. A must listen to all horse lovers and those genuinely interested in safety and horse welfare.
Jul 03, 2018 International Three Day Eventer, Now Successful Grand Prix Dressage Competitor About Lydia Jackson Lydia Jackson and her family own Kingston Agistment and Training Centre in Tasmania. Lydia lydia jackson dressage Lydia Jackson (born Lawrence), is an accredited EA Level 2 General Coach and a Coach Educator. She is also a level 3 Dressage Specialist, a level D Dressage judge and was previously the Tasmania State Dressage Squad Coordinator. She started riding as soon as she could walk as her mother and father were both riders. COACH OF THE MONTH is a regular Education series on our website. It is a way of highlighting the EA coaches and educators who work with dedication and passion all over Australia. Lydia Jackson is an EA Level 2 General Coach, an EA Level 3 Dressage Coach and a Coach Educator (CE) based in Kingston, Tasmania. I was very small when I started to ride. NEWS Dressage Posted by Samantha Napier on. Lydia Jackson reports from Boneo CDI. The idea of going to Boneo Spring CDI had crossed my mind a number of times and it was suggested to me by friends that I should go but it all seemed too hard, too expensive and I had not really got over my last trip with horses to the mainland. Jun 07, 2013 I focused on eventing and had dreams of going to the Olympics! I moved interstate at 19 yo and enjoyed the journey until I met my husband and lost the desire for eventing. My Mum was breeding warmbloods for dressage and the exciting path and journey was opened for the new thrill of Grand Prix dressage. Special highlights in your riding career:Rating: 4.47 / Views: 585