Jamie has been competing successfully for many years, having produced numerous successful horses through to Grand Prix level. Jamie was a member of the Australian Showjumping Team at the Sydney Olympics riding the super talented Thoroughbred LL Zazu which he produced from off the track. Following the Olympics Jamie went to Europe where he continued to compete successfully. Following his stint in Europe he returned to Australia and became the National Showjumping Coach. He held this position for 3 years until he decided to resume his riding career.
Relocating from the Hunter Valley in NSW to the Mornington Peninsula, Jamie continued to produce Elite Level Jumpers. Nic of Time was a homebred by Wirragulla Nicklaus produced to World Cup Level and who won back to back Victorian Championships before being sold to Europe in 2016. Jamie is now very excited to have his full brother Now’s the Time who has just commenced his competition career.
Having recently located to a property at Whiteheads Creek (near Seymour) where he and Sue and daughter Hayley are setting up a large Equestrian/Thoroughbred complex.
Jamie is a NCAS Level 3 (SJ) and currently the Victorian State Showjumping Coach. He also has a large number of coaching commitments throughout Australia with regular clinics in most States.
Sue has also produced numerous successful horses through to Grand Prix level and has represented Australia Internationally, winning the Chinese National Championships. She has won and placed in World Cups on a variety of horses over the years. With McNulty Sue won the Wentworth Saddle Futurity and again with McNulty was runner up to Rod Brown and Spirit in the NSW State Titles and the Australian Championships. Many of the horses that Sue has produced have been sold overseas and have gone on to successful careers with their new riders.
During the past couple of years she has had success on Rose Cavalier an exceptional jumper by Premier des Hayettes who was on the National Future Stars squad. Lizetta is Sue’s current up and coming young Grand Prix horse.
Sue is also committed to coaching and enjoys travelling on a regular basis interstate as well as coaching her local riders.