Sponsored Riders

We are extremely proud to have been trusted by top riders from a range of disciplines for over 25 years.

Below are some of the riders part of #TeamSupreme
Robert Walker, Walker Show Team

Robert Walker is one of Britain’s top showing producers who has racked up countless wins with his hunters, cobs, hacks and riding horses at the highest level. As a young adult he worked on his father’s livery yard before setting up his own. Robert was voted the Showing Council/Showing World show rider of the year award just 24 hours after claiming the HOYS Hunter Championship for the first time on his horse Pride and Joy. His team has accumulated well over 50 victories over the years at HOYS, including Light Weight Hunter Champion, Medium Weight Hunter Champion, and Horse of the Year Supreme Champion in both 2021 and 2022!
@Walker Show Team
Vicky Smith, Vicky Smith Equestrian

Vicky has successfully evented and showed horses for many years. In 2018, after she won both the HOYS Non-Native Coloured class with Bart and the Lightweight Cob class with Bling Crosby, Vicky decided to professionally ride and produce. Vicky has had a very successful showing career including multiple wins at prestigious events including Windsor, RI, and HOYS. She has won the HOYS Non-Native Coloured class an impressive 3 times with Bart! 2022 was a good year for Vicky with some fantastic results including Supreme of Show at CHAPS UK Spring Show, Ridden Coloured Horse Champion at Royal Windsor, Hogged Cob Ridden Champion at RI and qualifying multiple horses for HOYS.
@Vicky Smith Equestrian
Sara Parrot & Craig Elenor, Craig Elenor Equestrian

Both Sara and Craig are well known faces in the show ring and need no introduction. Craig specialises in lead rein and in-hand production, while Sara rides and teaches. The team are regulars at HOYS and RIHS. They are based in North Yorkshire and have a string of exciting horses and ponies.
Anya Dewey-Clarke

Our junior rider Anya might be just 9 years old but she already has an impressive track record. During her debut year in the show ring in 2019, Anya won and stood champion at the Hickstead Derby, qualified for HOYS and RIHS, standing 4th at HOYS and 2nd at RI! 2021 saw her win Mini Show Pony of the year at HOYS, followed by First Ridden wins in 2022 at both HOYS and Royal International. Anya now also has a hugely successful jumping career having been described as a ‘superstar’ by Horse and Hound, after competing in the London International Horse Show, and holding the title of youngest ever Springboard Champion as well as placing 4th at HOYS in the Working Hunter Pony Open 133. This year so far she has already won two 128 Championships and qualified 3 ponies for the Royal International! Her journey has been documented in a series of vlogs on her YouTube channel which prove to be hugely popular.



Kate & Alex Williams, Ringside Stud

Kate and Alex Williams from The Ringside Stud produce and breed top-class Welsh Ponies and Cobs. The stud is home to multiple HOYS winners, HOYS finalists, RI finalists, Olympia finalists and Royal Welsh winners. Their impressive string includes 2022 Overall Welsh Section D Champion, Welsh Section D Gelding and Reserve Champion at the Royal Welsh show. In 2022 both Alex and Kate qualified for HOYS with 2 home-produced ponies, with Alex taking Welsh Section D Pony of the Year!
@Ringside Stud
Nicole Wayman

Nicole Wayman, based at Brampton Stud in South Yorkshire, is a full-time social worker who produces and shows Welsh Ponies and Cobs alongside. Nicole regularly competes at Horse of the Year Show and won there in 2019. She has also won and had successes at The Royal Welsh Show having been Champion in 2019. Nicole likes to have her horses from foals/youngsters, showing them in-hand and then breaking them to be ridden ponies.
Emily King

Emily, daughter of eventing legend Mary King, has had a string of successes in her career to date. She first represented Great Britain at the age of 15 when she finished seventh individually, and won her first individual European medal at the 2012 Junior European Eventing Championships aged 16. Emily made her 4* debut at Pau Horse Trials in 2015, where she finished fourth and competed at Badminton for the first time in 2016. Since then, Emily has continued to enjoy success winning the under 25 CCI3* at Bramham International Horse Trials in 2018 and finished 3rd in the CCI4* there in 2019.