Team Bragg at Jardy 2018

We are just returning from what can only be described as an awesome trip to France. We headed over there as quite a small team. Just myself, Simmone and the super groom that is Heather. Percy, Alcatr... Read more

Alex Bragg and Simmone Bragg enjoy eventing from their base at The Poplars, Chilton trinity, Somerset with their three daughters Ellouise, Sienna and Florence.

“Please enjoy a browse through our website, getting to know us the team and importantly the horses.”

Alex also offers training and tuition for all levels and abilities in all three disciplines.  Alex Bragg has achieved much success already in his career and it’s difficult to believe that he only took riding back up again when his wife became pregnant with their first daughter in 2004.

It’s fair to say that he has worked incredibly hard to establish himself since being introduced to eventing.  Alex gets great satisfaction producing the young horses through the grades from grassroots through to the more advanced competitive levels.  This is shown in their improvements and results year on year.

The philosophy at Team Bragg is to always look to the future.  With hard work and perseverance, ambitions become reality!

 

2017 Round Up

After finishing well at Pau 4* with Zagreb in 2016 there was a bit more expectation on our shoulders for the 2017 season.  We were aiming for our first Badminton, the GB set up were beginning to show interest in us and we were hoping that we could spring board ourselves in to the top […]

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Pau 4* (France)

Pau was to be our second 4* experience and our first trip across into France to go eventing.  We were only taking Zagreb so we thought it best to travel with another rider to share the travel costs and the driving.  Kate Honey was very generous and offered us a spot on her lorry for the […]

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Burghley

Well, we’ve made it to our first ever 4*.  Amongst the build up of training, getting the horses fit and competing all of the other horses of the yard, it hadn’t really sunk in where we were going.  It’s been a very long journey having started with these horses right from the beginning as 5 […]

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