Equesure Insurance is thrilled to be partnering with a renowned Tonbridge based equine duo, Janine Lamy and Martin Wright, who make the formidable Team Lamy Wright.

 

The married couple are industry powerhouses. Janine is one of the region’s most recognised coaches, specialising in flatwork, show jumping and cross-country training, and Martin is well known locally as an amateur eventer and a member of the British Eventing Rider Working Group around his day job, competing regularly at British Eventing 100cms level.

 

Team Lamy Wright are passionate about nurturing talent and train grassroots competitors up to British Eventing level. Based with Louisa Day at her Carmen Court yard near Tonbridge, Janine hosts regular show jumping clinics from April to August and indoor ones during the winter at Four Elms Farm near Edenbridge, in addition to travelling around the South East for private and group lessons.

 

“Janine and Martin are truly dedicated to our community and getting the best out of riders and their horses. Their beliefs and values match ours and I’m excited to be working with them.” says Equesure’s, Maurice Gosney.

 

“At Equesure, all our staff either own, loan or ride horses regularly so appreciate the time, love and care they need. We truly understand the industry and pride ourselves on arranging the best cover we can to offer our customers peace of mind.” 

 

Janine comments: “We are thrilled to be sponsored by Equesure Insurance; a lovely team at the end of the phone who care about the problem you may be facing. We are very much looking forward to developing our partnership with them through 2022.”

 

About Team Lamy Wright    

Janine Lamy

Accreditations include:
UKCC qualified coaching
BHS Accredited Professional Coach
Centre10 Advanced coach
BD Recognised Coach
Pony Club Assessor and Instructor

Janine also specialises in the psychology of riding, building confidence and connection between horse and rider, which has earnt her a glowing and growing reputation that is attracting riders from near and far.

Martin Wright

Amateur rider working full-time outside the industry

Previously a coach, District Commissioner, Area Representative and Trustee of the Pony Club

Martin has been eventing for over 35 years, up to BE Intermediate and Championship age classes but more often associated with developing young horses through the grassroots grades. He is currently on the British Eventing Rider Working Group representing those riders at BE105 and below. Having come from a non equestrian background, Martin is committed to encouraging all riders to fulfil their potential.

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