Rebecca (Rex) Wardle


Dunstan. On your side all the way

Biggest Equestrian Accomplishment:

Jumping my first Pony Grand Prix on my 13.1hh self- produced pony, Dingmac Disco King!

What are your goals for the coming season?

My current goals are to step WS Paradise up to 2** eventing and hopefully Young Rider SJ in the coming season as well as stepping Dingmac Eccles up to 1* Eventing.

The one horse to watch?

WS Paradise, things are all coming together and I think this season could be pretty exciting!

Name Four People You Would Invite for Dinner:

My parents, my coach Eve Hawes and anyone else who wants to come!

Speaking of Dinner Can you Share a Horse Feeding Tip?

Feed the correct amounts for your horses’ weight and energy requirements! Sounds simple but to get the required results from any feed, you must feed it properly!

What do you never leave home without?

My little Jack Russell, Chip!

So then, What is Your Number One Tip for Travelling Horses:

As we often travel long distances to competitions, we tend to feed extra fibre beforehand to help keep the horse comfortable during the trip. The additional fibre holds a large reservoir of water which keeps the horse happy and hydrated over long travelling periods.   

Can you tell us who inspires you?

Jonelle Price, she’s a legend!!

What is your favourite riding accessory?

My Ariat long boots, they fit so perfectly!
Eventing and Show-jumping Horses: WS Paradise, Dingmac Eccles, Dingmac Disco King, WS Flynn

How did you get started in your equine career?
I had a school trip when I was 5 years old to the local riding school, I rode a pony on the lead and begged incessantly to go riding after that. My poor parents finally gave in on my 9 th birthday and let me get some lessons, I was hooked. :)

Rebecca loves to feed