Bill has a passion for coaching, and has been coaching professionally since 2006. He derives pleasure from seeing others grow and improve their character and skill as horsepeople, as riders, and as human beings. Bill also loves people planning out and achieving their goals.
If you are not willing to learn, No one can help you – If you are determined to learn, No one can stop you
The days of not hitting a fence on a course is over, time faults are now used with equal effect of preventing a clear round as knocking a pole is. This means the way that it was always done before, no longer works – courses have evolved, and so must our training and riding.
Bill is fully
- Garda Vetted
- has a FETAC level 5 Cardiac first responder & occupational first aid qualification
- has his Child Protection done
- is fully insured
- is a Qualified Level 2 HSI coach ( Elementary level dressage, 1.20m show jumping, and CCI1* – 2* eventing)
- is currently in training as a HSI Level 3 National Coach (1.45m Showjumping National GP level)