Blackwater Equestrian Centre has an International Indoor and Outdoor Olympic size arena measuring 60m x 50m, fitted with a Martin Collins active track surface.
Blackwater Equestrian has show jumpers of all levels from beginners to International prospects. In addition to our resident instructors we invite top trainers to hold clinics throughout the year. These clinics are a popular addition to Blackwater’s diary.
For all bookings please call the office or email.
Office: 01794 324193
International Show Jumper and sales agent.
Mark Hallion is a British International Show Jumper and BS UKCC Accredited Trainer, who provides structured, professional showjumping training, tailored to your current level of riding.
Mark caters for all levels, from junior riders who are keen to perfect their jumping technique, senior riders aiming to improve and have fun on their horse, to serious competitors striving for first place at competitions.
Home at Blackwater Equestrian, Romsey, Hampshire, riders can train with Mark and experience the purpose-built facilities and olympic sized arena with a Martin Collins surface. Mark is also happy to travel to your home or venue.
Mark competes regularly, both at home and abroad, as well as producing young horses both for himself. He also runs regular clinics and demonstrations and offers a yearly programme of structured training.
We can find a horse for you with the potential you need, train at our equestrian training centre to a good level whilst livery, care and exercise are all included. Think of us as a 5 star facility for competition level horses. We have the benefit of outdoor and indoor arenas for exercise all year round.
Emily has enjoyed international success from a young age, taking the team bronze medal at the Pony European Championships with Don Joshi AT. Since then, she has proven herself to be a high-calibre rider and trainer of horses, representing Great Britain on numerous occasions and taking multiple regional and national titles.
On her self-trained Grand Prix horse, Don Diabolo, she was ranked 29th in the world at Under 25’s Grand Prix level in 2015. She is now a regular on the national and international circuit with Fay Thomas’ outstanding young mare, Freya FST.
A UKCC Level Three coach, Emily has also made a name for herself as a popular trainer with her down-to-earth approach.