Meet the Team
Carolyne Lister is the proprietor of Langtoft Stables. She opened the yard in the summer of 2011 as a small establishment and has grown to a large popular centre offering a multiple of Equestrian disciplines.
She is the eyes and ears around the yard and along with daughter Vicky, she can be found building and maintaining the yard as well as running the burger van.
Carolyne has many years experience after running a very busy livery yard for 15+ years previous to owning langtoft stables as well as regularly hunting.
Carolyne lives on site and is always available for help and enquires.
Vickyis always busy looking after the horses and stables.
Vicky specialises in side - saddle lessons.
Vicky is also a fully qualified Equine Sports Massage Therapist who is available by appointment to treat your horse.
Please see page for details.
Vicky has spent many years in Belvior Pony Club and Show jumping her ponies. She can be found jumping and hacking her horse Oliver.
Amy Sterma joined the yard in january 2013. She is the head Instructor/Coach and is fully BHS Qualified.
Amy has trained Pony Club, Riding Club, British Dressage, BSJA Show jumping and Equestrian Vaulting pupils as well as being able dressage judge, Pony club test and ABRS test.
Amy is also a British Vaulting Coach and runs the Langtoft Vaulting Squad.
Amy has many years experience in burghley pony club as well as competing BSJA when younger. She is now found enjoying and competing her horse Violet at Dressage.
Tara Kemp has joined us new to meet our ever increasing demand for lessons.
Tara has ridden for over 15 years and has over 3 years teaching experience at a previous riding school. Tara is Qualified to BHS stage 2 and hopes to complete her level 3 and PTT this year.
Tara can be regularly found teaching and Schooling the Riding school horses as well as jumping her own.
Tara has much experience in the show ring and specialises in training up and coming show riders.
Tara enjoyes teaching both riding and stable management and she is always looking for new ways to teach to make learning more efficient and fun.
Tara has competed at a variety of local events and her aim is to compete at BD and BE this year.