Our committee members help to run Abinger Forest Riding Club and we are always open to new ideas from our members.
We are always looking for new members to join the committee, if you are interested please contact Rebecca Harvie.
Rebecca Harvie is Chairperson of Abinger Forest Riding Club. She also acts as show secretary for the annual combined training show we run as a club in March of each year.
Becca is a keen eventer and is aiming to qualify her horse Ginger for Badminton Mitsubishi Motors Grassroots.
As well as running a busy yard Becca is a show judge (both ridden and confirmation), in 2017 she was the ridden judge for the side saddle class at HOYS.
Sarah Lane is treasurer of Abinger Forest Riding Club.
Bio and photo coming soon.
Lianne Tadd is membership secretary of Abinger Forest Riding Club. Lianne is normally the first point of contact for new members and ensures that they have everything they need to join and throughout their membership.
Lianne is a keen dressage rider and is currently competing unaffiliated at Novice level with the aim to move up to Elementary in 2018.
Brenda Carlisle is the Newsletter, Programme and Rallies Organiser.
She joined the club back in 1978 and immediately was persuaded to take on this role and has been here ever since.
Brenda has competed in many club teams and Championships in all disiplines over the years, now has retired slightly from competition but will still be seen at rallies on either of two horses she has bred, Harry and Dennis.
Mother of four and several grandchildren, one of the older RC members.
Team Organiser - Jumping
Amy Barton is Jumping Team Manager for AFRC and is the one you need to get 'onside' if you want to represent AFRC as a team member!! Only kidding...everyone is welcome to be on our club teams!
Amy regularly competes for the club on her own horse that she and her Mum bred and hand reared 21 years ago, and occasionally borrowed horses too.
Amy is a ACPAT Chartered Physiotherapist treating both people and animals in Surrey, so if you need some physio advice for yourself or any of your animals please just ask.
Amy used to spend the winter months snowboarding and running a mobile Physio service in the snowy Alpes, but has now decided after 7 years to remain in the Surrey Hills for winter, no snowboarding as such, but Amy also enjoys Kite Surfing on the south coast as well as riding horses.
Team Organiser - Dressage
Sally Scrase is the team organiser for Abinger Forest Riding Club.
Bio and photo coming soon