Jayden Brown will continue his Dressage training with the Willinga Park team
“We are so excited to have Jayden join the team,” says Terry Snow of Willinga Park. “He has a burning desire to be the best and I think he has the skills and panache to get there.”
“We’re excited to have someone so passionate and dedicated,” says Terry Snow, “I’ve been very impressed with Jayden’s talent, I’m sure he will continue the outstanding work Brett and Megan have been doing with all our dressage horses.”
Jayden moved from his Brisbane base to Bawley Point this week and is just getting acquainted with the Willinga Park horses. Jayden is no stranger to Willinga Park having been one of the standout riders of Dressage by the Sea 2019.
‘I’ve already hit the ground running’ says Jayden. ‘Hopefully, we’ll have most of the horses competing at Dressage by the Sea 2020 next month. I feel fortunate that we can compete at a world-class competition right here at my new home.’
The move to Willinga Park will see Jayden reunited with Quincy B who was sold to Terry from Lauren George in 2019. “Quincy B is such a fantastic horse and I am so happy to be able to train with him again’.
Of the other horses, Jayden says, ‘They’re all so different, so it will take a bit of time to get to know them. Already though, I really like Fusion. He’s sensitive, quirky and very responsive. You see quite a big change in him quite quickly which is rewarding.’
Jayden began riding when he was just six years old and has steadfastly pursued his passion ever since. At 18 years of age, Jayden spent a year training in Germany with former Olympian, Leonie Bramall. He has also spent time training under Brett Parbery, and most notably, in 2017, he spent two years training world-class horses at the remarkable Mount St John stables in England.
We welcome Jayden to the Willinga Park team.