Jaimie Campbell lives on a 180-acre deer farm in Auckland and
is in her final year at Kristin School.
She is a competitive show jumping rider, competing with two geldings in
Young Rider this season. Jaimie is also a very experienced equitation,
and show hunter rider. Besides having a passion for riding, Jaimie is
also interested in dance.
Hannah Gloyn lives in the lower part of North
Island. She is currently in her second year at Massey
in Palmerston North where she is studying a Bachelor of Science in
Mathematical Physics. Hannah got her first pony when she was 5 and has
been a member of Pony Club since that time. Highlights of her riding
career include winning the New Zealand Pony Club Horse Trials
Championships for 17-21 year olds and winning the Transtasman Young
Rider Three Day Event Championships in 2004. Other interests include
hockey, basketball, touch rugby, indoor netball and going to the gym.
is 17 years old and is taking a “gap” year from study. Last year he
completed his final year of high school and intends to study at
university in 2006. Clarke is currently based with Bryce Newman, a top
New Zealand Event rider, for a few months to gain as much knowledge and
experience in Eventing as possible. His other interests include skiing.
lives in a small costal town on the West Coast of North Island. She is
Head Instructor for a small but keen Pony Club. She has studied law for
two years at university. She holds A and H certificates, and enjoys
eventing and show jumping as well as working with young horses.
lives 2 ½ hours south of Auckland on a dairy farm and kiwi fruit orchard with
his parents and four brothers. Daniel as been riding for 8 years and has competed in the Bay
of Plenty Dressage Championships
three times and the NZPCA Horse Trial Championships in 2005. He has his
B certificate and is sitting his H level in June. He would like to
train to be an equine chiropractor.
and her husband Allan operate a Dairy farm. She has been a Pony Club
coach for 37 years, is a B certificate examiner, and a dressage and
show jumping judge. She has been on the National Committee for 22
years, holding the positions of Dressage and Training chairperson, Vice
President and President, finishing her term at the Conference June 17, 2005. Her interests include all things equestrian, family grandchildren,
gardening and lawn bowls.
Heather Truman and her husband Lester operate a 300 acre dairy farm
on the West Coast of South Island, milking 220 Jersey cows. She attended the local Pony Club as a child
and as an adult, has at one time or other held almost all positions on the committee.
husband Lester became a list Show Jump Judge and T.D. Heather became a
Dressage Judge and has also judged Show Hunter. They both became their
Club delegate’s to the Area Committee and later Heather became the
Area’s Delegate to the Committee of Management.
She has managed the Area Horse Trials team to the
Annual National Horse Trials championships for the past eight years and has managed the South Island
games team that travelled to North Island