Pammy Hutton, British dressage rider

  • Pammy Hutton, FBHS, is an international dressage rider, H&H columnist and joint principal of The Talland School of Equitation.

    Having competed from a young age, Pammy was Pony Club Individual Horse Trials Champion and a member of the British Junior European Three Day Event Team.

    As a senior she was second at Punchestown International Three Day Event riding Gameel and was short-listed for the Montreal Olympics.

    Pammy produces her own horses to Grand Prix level and has taken nine to International standard. She has been in the top twelve dressage riders for many years.

    As well as riding competitively, Pammy is highly regarded as a dressage trainer.

    She has previously helped the Italian Horse Trials Three Day Event Team, the Irish Team and the Australian Three Day Event Team.

    Under Pammy’s supervision, the Irish team came fourth at the European Championships and the Australian Three Day Event Team won Gold at the Barcelona Olympics.

    She also trained three members of the Paralympic dressage team who won Gold at the 2008 Hong Kong Summer Olympics.

    At The Talland School of Equitation, Pammy also helps many successful Eventers and Dressage riders including Nick Gauntlett, Lucy Wiegersma, Jackie Green and Adam Kemp.

    She coaches alongside her husband, Brian Hutton, her mother, Molly Sievewright, and her son, Charlie Hutton – all with distinguished equestrian careers of their own.

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