Amy Louise Stovold
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Amy Louise Stovold

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Amy Louise STOVOLD is a British athlete and competed in Dressage until 2013.

Competing forGreat Britain - GBR
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Statistics

Dressage

Number of starts: 31
Number of wins: 1
Only the results from 01 January 2010 included
Discipline: Dressage Born: 2003 Studbook: OLDBG Sex: Gelding Last Ride: 2013
Discipline: Dressage Born: 1997 Studbook: SWB Sex: Gelding Last Ride: 2011
Date Show Event Competition Obs. Height Horse Position Score
02/08/2013 Hickstead CDIO3* GP - Grand Prix Debonnet
06/07/2013 Hartpury CDI3* GP FS - Grand Prix Freestyle to Music Debonnet 3 67.875
05/07/2013 Hartpury CDI3* GP - Grand Prix Debonnet 5 66.915
Biography
General Interest
Memorable sporting achievement Riding at the 2010 Olympia Horse Show in London, England. (horsedeals.co.uk, 15 Dec 2014)
Most influential person in career Coach Dorte Semler, Finnish dressage rider Kyra Kyrklund. (teamstovolddressage.com, 22 Oct 2011)
Hero / Idol Finnish dressage rider Kyra Kyrklund. (manage-my-horse.com, 22 Sep 2009)
Other information STABLES
She runs Team Stovold Dressage from a yard in Rusper, England. She moved to there in June 2018 from Bourne Hill Stables in Horsham, England, and shares the facility with fellow dressage rider Tania Grantham. She offers training for horses and riders and schooling livery. (Facebook page, 19 May 2018; teamstovolddressage.com, 2017)

HORSES FOR CITY KIDS
She grew up in London, England, and believes that horses kept her away from drugs and alcohol. She is also keen for the British government to do more to promote equestrian sport as a means of engaging young people in cities. "You look on the [European] continent and governments help the equine industry, keeping riding schools running. Here the sport is just seen as elitist and indoor schools have ridiculous rates. Riding schools keep children off the streets, and horses keep kids away from drugs. They teach responsibility and give youngsters a purpose." (horseandhound.co.uk, 01 Mar 2011)