In partnership with her parents, Rachael is the face of Tarcoola Equestrian Centre. She developed her passion for horses from a very young age and was a highly successful showrider in her youth. She is now competing FEI Dressage with her Tarcoola bred horses.
Rachael has a penchant for young horses and has bred, started, trained and campaigned many highly regarded equestrian athletes.
Rachael strives to open the communication with horse/rider combinations to help her clients achieve their horse riding goals.
Growing up in Wingham, Sue's passion for horses and showjumping permeates through in her coaching.
Sue is known for her focus on fun. Her sessions always elicit a lot of joy and laughter from the participants.
Behind the skill of getting most from horse and rider is a very humble background.
Sue has won two Australian Showjumping titles when at 21, she was selected to join the 1988 Olympic Showjumping Team squad.
Sue coaches groups in showjumping, pony club activities and horsemanship.
Bree previously worked at a showjump stable in Sydney running pony club days, completing her EA instructors course and giving lessons, all whilst completing her animal science degree.
Bree went on to work for ‘Khonkes Own’ animal products as a research developer.
All for a bit of adventure, She then travelled to NZ breaking and training horses there before moving on to Romania as a guide for Europe’s fastest trail ride!
Bree’s friendly, enthusiastic, can do attitude and her obvious love for horses fits perfectly into our team and what we strive to achieve and offer our students.
Michaela's patience and kind nature is well loved by the horses and clients of Tarcoola Equestrian Centre.
Michaela has a penchant for NDIS clients, ensuring they have fun, learn and gain confidence.
Michaela's main love is her beautiful Knabstrupper x Sportloosa, Sorrento, who she has taken through groundwork, breaking and now under saddle.
Michaela is available for NDIS, Beginner groups and private lessons