About Rachel Lulham
Rachel Lulham's love for horses started when she was 5 years old. She worked at many yards learning about stable management right into her teens. In her late teens she went to train at a very well known BHS training yard in Northwood Middlesex where she furthered her knowledge by being a working pupil and had a very high standard of training and working experience. Along with this stable management training she trained as a BHS instructor and was complemented on and known for her patience and understanding for nervous riders particularly as well as those with disabilities. Rachel Past her BHSAI first time in 1981 and continued at Park Farm to continue the experience before she left to explore new horizons.
In 1981 she worked at Stag Lodge school of Equitation for a year teaching many people including a few famous faces. 1982 she moved to Warlingham Surrey where she worked at Kingsmead Equestrian Centre where she met and bought her first horse The Butter Biscuit.
In 1984 she moved to Fulmer Bucks with my mare to Fulmer Equestrian Center which is where she started training for her BHS stage 4 exam.
After this she changed jobs and Qualified as a Beauty Therapist, she did this for many years along with the horses.
In 1984 she taught part of the Fulmer riding club including meeting her future Husband at Fulmer Equestrian Centre.
After that she took a break from teaching and continued her beauty therapy and caring for her horse(s) till she and her husband brought Willow Court
We bought Willow Court Stables in August 1996
There was a lot to do to the place in tidying, trimming trees and shrubs. Also repairs to the fencing, buildings etc.
They then were and are a couple and married in 2004 in Seer Green church and still live in Seer Green.
Her husband is a great support and helps with the yard (weekend) even though he works in construction.
Rachel Lulham specializes in cross country - hunter trials - and western riding. She also has a lovely yard manner and will help anyone who needs it.
She also has a lot of experience of backing / breaking horses and is very good with nervous horses having backed a number of her own.
Diamond Light - The Dam Sedgehill Gold - The Sire
Their Son - Hollywood Golden Aurora
Hollywood's Golden Aurora Biscuit No 2
Hollywoods Golden Aurora: aka Biscuit *2 after my beloved mare, 14 year old QH/ID gelding son to my mare Diamond Light, got his colour from his dad . Clever little chap very intelligent always wants to stay 1 step ahead of you, gets himself into trouble and caught in things for attention. Loves his mum Diamond and was born here at W.C.S in 2001
CUI SEREN DWNN (aka Biscuit 3)
My pony I brought in may 2009, un broken, loves her grub can be a little bossy boots.
KILLAVALLEY CAVALIER LADY *LEXI*
5 years old and joined our yard in August 2015 - I do love the Irish draught horses, and she looks so similar to my Diamond even down to the pink snip on the nose
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