Jenna started her competitive riding life as a young, keen member of the Dumfriesshire Hunt Pony Club representing her club in all disciplines. This ignited a keen interest in eventing so on leaving school she went south to train, first with Jani Tulloch, then Erica Watson followed by a season with Polly Stockton. Each rider experienced new success after Jenna joined their team, to the point that she became known as a bit of lucky mascot as she moved from place to place! During this period she successfully took her own horse Washington Wizard from pre-novice to advanced and two-star and trained with the young riders. Whilst with Erica she worked towards and passed her Pony Club A-test Horse and Pony Care with the VWH Pony Club, achieving ‘honours’ – the first rider in the South West to do so. She came to Rectory Farm and established herself as livery yard, instructor and event rider.
Jenna’s clients vary in ability and discipline. She has some competing at British Eventing, BSJA, PC up to National level, hunting and those who just enjoy our beautiful farm. Jenna also coaches all levels for the VWH Pony Club.
Jenna competes regularly both show jumping and eventing and keeps herself up to date with her training, dressage with Adam Kemp (A&M Dressage) and jumping with Richard Waygood.
In 2019 Jenna Jewitt Equestrian made it to the regional finals of the Countryside Alliance Rural Oscars!
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