Having an early beginning in riding hunter ponies and competing locally and on the A circuit. She rode several times at the Royal Winter Fair, Becky also kept up her pony club ties and achieved her B-2 pony club status. After pony days were done, she decided to try eventing as an opportunity came along to lease a very competitive horse and try out for the North American Young Riders Team. After 3 years of competing on the young riders team for Ontario and one gold medal for the Trans Canada Team, she also got the opportunity to compete on a Canadian Pony Club team travelling to Australia where they got to ride borrowed horses and compete in the Silver Jubilee of Australia.
After 4 years of Eventing and aging out of young riders Becky turned her sights back to the hunter jumper world.
Having attained her Level 1 coaching at age 18 and Level 2 at age 19, she was already well on her way to becoming a very well rounded and sought after coach.
Coaching became the main theme at age 20 and although competing in the jumpers and bringing along some young very successful hunters became the focus, she still managed to attain her degree from Carleton University in Economics.
Becky’s had some success now at breeding some top level horses as well as travelling to Holland and Germany on 4 occasions to import some resale horses.
Now in her mid 40’s Becky admits coaching still remains a passion and she says “I love to help mold young riders into winners!”