BEF Departments

The British Equestrian Federation is made up of a dedicated team of staff who work together to uphold the vision and mission of the company, More People – Better Places – Better Horses – More Medals. Here you can find out more information on those people, including our Department Heads and Non-Executive Directors, and read a brief summary of their main roles and responsibilities to help you get in contact with the correct department or member of staff.

Head of Participation:

Anna Hall

Responsible for leading the participation team to increase numbers, and improve the experiences of those involved in all forms of equestrianism. The team’s work also includes a focus on facilities and equality

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Eanna.hall@bef.co.uk

Participation Manager:

Charlotte Osborne

As the Hoof Participation Manager Charlotte works in partnership with the Hoof Team and the BEF member bodies to increase participation in equestrian sport.

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Echarlotte.osborne@bef.co.uk

Regional Participation Coordinator - South West:

Catherine Holland

Works with Riding Schools & County Sports Partnerships across the South West Region to help grow and sustain equestrian participation

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Ecatherine.holland@bef.co.uk

Regional Participation Coordinator - Central:

Lindsay McCallum

Works with Riding Schools & County Sports Partnerships across central England to help grow and sustain equestrian participation

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ELindsay.McCallum@bef.co.uk

Regional Participation Coordinator - South East:

Jodie Bratchell

Works with Riding Schools & County Sports Partnerships across the South East of England to help grow and sustain equestrian participation

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Ejodie.bratchell@bef.co.uk

Regional Participation Coordinator - North:

Lyndsay Dring

Works with Riding Schools & County Sports Partnerships across the north of England to help grow and sustain equestrian participation

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Elyndsay.dring@bef.co.uk

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