Coral Keen is an accomplished international event rider who runs a busy competition and livery yard near Devizes in Wiltshire. She made her four star debut at Land Rover Burghley in 2014 riding Wellshead Fare Opposition. In 2016, the same combination finished 15th at Luhmuhlen CCI4*. She has represented Great Britain twice on Nations Cups team at Waregem in 2015 and Houghton Hall in 2016.
She is also in demand as a trainer and mentor of riders of all levels, from Pony Club to those climbing the eventing ladder, and provides invaluable advice through her regular columns for leading on-line equestrian magazine Horse and Hound. Do get in touch if you’d like a lesson with Coral, either at Glebe Farm, or she can travel to you.
With her father Steven, whose business Total Equestrian Construction sponsors the yard, Coral has in place a carefully structured sport horse breeding programme with progeny carrying the prefix Total. Total Belief and Total Darkness, aged eight and seven respectively, are the first to be out eventing and are now both successfully competing internationally. The next crop of hombred’s are coming through with Total Miracle and Quintessential making their eventing debuts in 2018.
During the winter, Coral spends much of her time show jumping, and it is no surprise that she is equally adept at this discipline as her great aunt is the legendary Marion Mould who rode the diminutive pony Stroller to so many international successes.
Coral’s consistent results speak for themselves as she carefully produces her horses, leaving no stone unturned in her quest to ensure they are given the best possible chance to succeed with their competition careers.