Stable Equestrian Rider – Sue Chapplehow-Lacey
Hi I’m Susie Chappelhow-Lacey.
Stable Equestrian have invited me on board as the amateur / home produced, trying to juggle family, horses & job.
It was inevitable my life was going to be either horses or wagons or in my case both. With my mum Anne & sister Clare having Crackenthorpe Stud & dad Bob having a haulage company.
Firstly came the love of horses, I ve been brought up producing homebred horses, & riding clients horses.
Secondly came the job to fund the horses. I worked full time (nights) as a HGV artic driver from mr Kipling cakes, tarmacing to chicken poo!
Yes horses were (are along side my children now) my life and I owe everything to the special horses I ve been fortunate to know.
Eventing is my passion but I turn a hand to anything hoys flat or workers, a bit of dressage my nemesis is sj, coloured poles nerve wreaking. Through my time I ve competing to 3*, I was lucky to train with British Young Riders Dressage Scheme.
Also I have taken horses & ponies to HOYS & RI in workers & flat classes and Badminton grassroots championship etc.
Life has changed very much so in the last 7 yrs I now have 3 children and a husband too. I own a holiday let Low Slakes set at the foot of the Pennines over looking the Lake District & Horses are a hobbie. Yes really hehehe.
Highlights err can’t remember
2019 • winning blair nps 133cm open Scottish championships on Peepings Aragon this was his first season under saddle.
• 3rd Royal International pretty polly lead rein m & m – Neive & waitwith Santana. 2018
• Qualified the first ever highland pony for badminton grassroots championship (sold 6 weeks before badminton) Glenmore of roisbhinne.
• 3rd Blenheim arena eventing championship
• Qualified HOYS 143cm m & m workers placed 11th a silly pole taken down by his tail.
2006 3rd Hoys workers with crackenthorpe jamboree (also advanced eventer).
2011 & 12 Crackenthorpe nightingale to badminton grassroots 2012 Crackenthorpe formula one to badminton grassroots.
2011 & 12 Qualified hoys & RI native coloured Welena Cherokee warrior.
Supported by •Low Slakes holiday house (my own business). •Topstocks •Larches rug wash •Sophie BeaumontFollow us Share this