In 1987 Paul and Christine Shubrook could not find the facilities they needed in a livery yard for their horses so they bought Thundry Farm and set about setting up their own yard focussing on the breeding and production of sports horses. Corinne Bracken was employed as the professional rider to provide training to both horse and rider.
Corinne Bracken worked for Thundry Farm for over 20 years. During that time Christine was Corinne’s ground person and together they developed young horses. One of which was Catherston Zulu who was BSJA National Grade B Champion in 2000. As Corinne’s talent for riding developed she and Christine attended clinics presented by many international riders and their enthusiasm and knowledge of training increased.

Today, the farm, under the daily management of Christine, offers a range of services for the competitive horse owner, especially those who due to other commitments are not able to tend to their horse on a regular basis.

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Christine Shubrook

In 2007 Christine decided to gain the qualifications to recognise her own talents as a coach and obtained a UKCC level 3 (showjump specific) qualification.
She has since gone on to be a NLP Practioner for Sport and part of the National Development Program for Coaching Excellence.
Clients recognise that Christine has an ability to encourage the rider to develop their own skills, whilst providing informative instruction to help them train their horses thus building confidence as a pair.

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