Sarah Sjoholm-Patience has a formidable team behind her who aid and support her through her achievements. If you’d like to join the team as a sponsor, please get in touch.
Helen Bray – Groom
Helen joined us in 2019 and brings with her a wealth of experience on dressage yards. She is always on hand to ensure the smooth running or the yard and to make sure that all our horses are well looked after.
Topline Naturals – Sponsor
100% natural, free from nasty chemicals, sustainable, eco-friendly, ethical and completely honest. Welcome to the world’s first Soil Association certified range of organic horse care products.
Mike Byers and the team from Shotter & Byers – Vets
Mike is a highly experienced equine vet and is supported by a large team of vets. They are always available and invaluable in the efforts to maintain and improve high-level competition horses’ soundness and health.
Diane Daynes – Equine Sports Massage
Diane’s bodywork skills have made marked improvements to the way the horses are going.
Lorraine Eriera – Human Sports Therapist
Lorraine works to correct imbalances and tender spots for Sarah, Helping to keep her seat effective and increasing riding longevity. She has also helped to improve function in many of Sarah’s clients, helping them to reach their potential.
Carys Jones – Photographer
Thank you to Carys for her fantastic photography you’ll see throughout the site.
Jennie Loriston-Clarke – Coach
Jennie needs no introduction in the UK! A four time Olympian, WEG bronze medalist and FEI judge.
Marc Lockwood – Farrier
A Master farrier, Marc keeps all Sarah’s horses’ hooves healthy, from consistently maintaining soundness to improving foot balance, and has a fantastic way with horses.
Miles Patience – Partner, Eyes on the Ground and Chief Cheerleader
Miles is the ideal horse husband. A rider himself to Prix St George level, he actually enjoys coming to competitions and helping out.
Anki and Ernie Sjoholm – Parents and fundamental support
Sarah’s parents have been there from the beginning, from booking pony rides for her birthday parties when she was very young, to caving to pressure to let her start riding lessons at 9 years old. Throughout her youth, Sarah may not have had the fanciest horses, but always had the best trainers to work with.
Riding for the Disabled
Sarah gives her time to RDA-run events, including talks and demonstrations, to help raise funds for this great charity.
Brooke – Action for working horses and donkeys
Sarah is a local ambassador for Brooke, supporting their work through a number of events over the last few years and Sarah looks forward to doing more in the future.