Moseley Equestrian is based in Lincoln (Lincolnshire) at Roe House made up of Daniel Moseley & his wife Rebecca, married in July 2017. The business which they both created their back in January 2013 after Daniel left his previous riding job competing for William & Pippa Funnell at the Billy Stud, where he spent 5 years learning his trade.
They both work hard as a friendly and welcoming team and use both of there individual strengths to make the business the success it is today. Whilst Daniel concentrates on the riding/training side of things & horse sales, Rebecca over looks the staff, accounts, and the up and coming diary, whether its owners visiting or booking in clients for training.
Moseley Equestrian has progressed well over the last 5 years and has a strong group of horses & people amongst there team. The business has sold many talented horses to well known professionals & all different types of riders all over the world. Daniel & Rebecca also enjoy working with pupils based at Moseley Equestrian and like to watch them grow as riders to achieve there future goals.
"We are lucky to have many Owners & Sponsors behind myself & Becky, and we feel very grateful to them for all there support over the years since making the move on our own. We have built a talented team of horses, which show a lot of potential for the future in our Sport." "We have a number of Horses for Sale ranging from Youngsters coming through to Grand Prix level." Please contact us for more information. Daniel Moseley
Daniel is the youngest first British male rider to take home the famous Queen Elizabeth’s II cup title, at the age of 21. He represented Great Britain in his first Senior Nations cup in Sopot Poland at the age of 20, continuing on to be a member of the under 21 European championship team in Jardy, France. The first big prestigious international triumph was the International 3* Grand Prix in Spain which attracted some of the worlds best riders, putting Daniels name on the map as one to look out for.
Having been crowned the National Gents Champion in 2012, as well as a trip to Lisbon Portugal to represent Great Britain on the Senior Nations Cup Team also that year. He has been on the European Young Rider Squad 5 times and has represented his country at Europeans and Nations Cups many times including being a member of the World Class Development Program for 6 years. Daniel has a long list of results so he has nothing to prove, but to be one of Britain’s best up and coming young talents to look out for and to be part of British Showjumping's exciting future.
Until going it alone, Daniel was based with William and Pippa Funnell riding for The Billy Stud, he has a extent of knowledge of the sport which he has put to good use. He is looking for the support from sponsors and owners both good in kind and finance to be a part of his team.
Rebecca is also a big part of Moseley Equestrian she previously has won a European gold medal back in 2006 at Samaur (France) on the great pony Aroldo who she produced through to JA. She's has had a very successful Pony & Junior career representing her country in both age groups winning many Grand Prix Nationally & Internationally. She has also represented England in H.P.I teams on 138cm's & 148cm's, Becky was also a member of the John Whitaker International Pony Squad 2006-2007 and was also selected for the Tretorn Young Riders Squad in 2009, which shortly after she stopped riding for a few of years to become self employed after injury. She is now back competing some of the horses at Moseley Equestrian but is mainly on the business side of things and leaves the winning to Daniel. Last year (2015) she qualified Ringo R for the Newcomers & Foxhunter Finals at the same show in one weekend, which was a fantastic result. She is enjoying being back in the ring!
We have some talented horses amongst our team at Moseley Equestrian, if you are interested in any of the horses please don't not hesitate to contact us by calling Daniel on: 07515388178 You can also see our horses in action on our YouTube Channel by visiting the link button