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The Team

Here is your chance to meet the team and get acquanted with the guys and girls that make Hill Green Farm Livery what it is. 

Gail Wilson BHSAI

The proprietor 

Gail Wilson is the boss and main woman when it comes to Hill Green Farm Livery & Stud.


Gail started this business in 1987 and since then Hill Green Farm Livery & Stud has flourished. Gail competes nationally and is highly skilled and respected in her chosen field of dressage.


Gail teaches and trains novice to advanced level horses and riders.


Gail’s belief is that being at the heart of Hill Green Farm Livery day to day basis defines the continuing high standard of quality care whilst maintaining an emphasis on each individual animals requirements.


Grace Wilson
Yard manager

Grace Wilson is the yard manager a runs the day to day activities at Hill Green Farm Livery & Stud.

Grace is always happy to help and gives your animals the care and attention they deserve.

Grace has achieved success both regionally and nationally in dressage. Her young horses have excelled competing against distinguished dressage professionals.


Grace teaches and trains beginner to intermediate horses and riders at Hill Green Farm Livery and offer additional horse training to those who require a bit more attention.


Grace has also a secret passion for show jumping and having a quick gallop whilst hacking the various local routes.

Jeroen Hulsman
International Dressage Trainer 

In 1988 Jeroen passed his exams to become a trainer.
From 1989 up and till 1992 Jeroen was the private trainer of Lady Inchcape at Addington Manor Equestrian Centre. Jeroen rode several horses for Lady Inchcape at different levels up to Grand Prix.


Twice a month Jeroen comes to England to give clinics and a few times a year he goes to the USA.

At his own yard in Schalkwijk he rides several horses a day and he also trains lots of clients at all levels.

Jeroen is always looking for talented dressage and jumping horses to buy and sell. His ability to produce young horses to the highest standard of training is second to non. 


Stable Hand

Tristan Hoad

Stable Hand

Stable Hand

Lynn Pollard

Stable Hand

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