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Zara Myers

Meet Zara, the lead coach at Harness Change. Her passion for equine coaching goes beyond traditional riding instruction. Zara has a keen eye for identifying obstacles between a horse and a rider.

Zara's unique and transformative approach to horsemanship is tailored to meet the individual needs of each client. She believes that mastering horsemanship is linked to self-discovery and personal growth. With her insights, Zara empowers riders to overcome obstacles, adjust to new challenges, and ultimately realise their full potential in (and out of) the saddle.

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About Zara

Zara developed a deep love for horses at a young age, and it quickly became her lifelong passion, shaping her future. Her dream of running her own yard became evident when she expressed it during her primary school years, and she has been working towards it ever since. As a child, Zara took on the responsibilities of grooming, mucking out, and riding ponies, which instilled in her a strong sense of duty and care for these majestic animals. This early involvement laid the foundation for her unwavering commitment to the welfare and progress of both horses and riders.

At 16, Zara secured a sponsor who gave her the opportunity to compete at British Dressage. With the assistance of her sponsor, she was able to acquire a horse named "Ren" that had shown a lot of potential, despite being rejected by other riders due to its behavioral issues. Zara and her mother used their skills and passion for development to work with Ren and help her build her confidence while resolving her behavioral issues.

Ren eventually began competing locally and winning her classes, and they progressed through the levels, becoming part of the British Young Riders Dressage Scheme and representing teams nationally. By the peak of Ren's career, Zara had been competing her at Prix St George, representing England in the Home International, and becoming the Young Rider Derby Champions two years in a row at the U25s National Championships.

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