Sue Grice has a PhD in e-learning and is a UKCC (United Kingdom Coaching Certificate) Level 3 Dressage Specific Coach, British Dressage Accredited Coach, and British Horse Society Professional Accredited Coach. She has over 35 years of experience teaching, working, and competing in the equine industry. She has trained a variety of horses and riders in a wide range of disciplines, including dressage, eventing, driving, and natural horsemanship. Grice has a passion for coaching riders of all levels, no matter how big or small their ambitions. She believes that any horse or rider has the potential to “go farther” and taps a wealth of training tips and techniques to help the less “conventional” dressage horse succeed. Grice currently competes two horses at FEI Level, including a traditional gypsy cob named Frodo who was triple Scottish champion in 2019 at Prix St. Georges, Intermediate I, and Intermediate I Freestyle (www.equivibes.com).