Andrew Dunn BHSI
Chief Riding Instructor

Andrew Dunn is a full instructor (BHSI) with the British Horse Society (BHS) and had trained under different coaches, including Fellows, BHS Pammy Hutton and Adam Kemp at The Talland School of Equitation in Cirencester.


Although trained in all equetsrian disciplines, Andrew's main interest is in show jumping. He trained horses for and competed at all levels from Novice to Grade A and had been BSJA (British Show Jumping Association) Champion for the East Yorkshire region in all categories over a number of years.


Andrew believes that having horses working correctly on the flat underpins all work that horses are asked to do, whether that be Show Jumping, Cross Country, Showing, Dressage or simply pleasure riding.


Andrew taught both on a freelance basis and also in Equestrian Centres. He managed riding schools in Bedfordshire and Kent and also worked for Bishop Burton College. As an instructor, he trained all levels of riders,adults and children, from novice to competitive rider. As Team Trainer, he coached the University of Kent riding squad who qualified to compete in international Nation's Cups, and also the Bishop Burton College riding squad who qualified for the British University Sports Association National Finals. He also trained students for preparation for British Horse Society examination from stage 1 to BHSI level.


At the end of January 2009, Andrew moved to Singapore with his family and took up the position as Chief Riding Instructor (CRI) for the Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre. One of his first initiatives on the job was to design a holistic Riding For Schools programme that will teach students horsemansip and riding skills when the Centre starts operations in September 2009.