The name Davison has been synonymous with elite level equestrian sport in Great Britain for many years. Richard is a four-time Olympian and has been at the fore-front of the international dressage world for three decades.
As well as competing in the 2012 London Olympic Games Richard also finished his four-year term as the British World Class Performance Manager and former British Dressage Team Captain. Richard combined this role whilst he also competed at the highest levels including the World Cup Finals and the Olympics, a feat believed to be unequalled. Richard was a founder of the Burghley Three Day Event Young Event Horse Series and runs 'The Dressage Convention', together with Carl Hester. He has also been a coach to UK Sports World Class Development Show Jumping Program for almost a decade.
Gillian is a former point-to-point, national hunt jockey and event rider and in recent years has concentrated on producing the family's young dressage stars. She has competed a number of horses on the international stage at Grand Prix dressage level and recently finished 3rd in the Grand Prix at the British National Championships 2016.
Tom is an UKCC Accredited coach, having trained with the likes of Franke Sloothaak, Billy Twomey and Will Funnell, he has a wealth of knowledge to draw on for developing the rider. Tom spends much of his time coaching show jumping clients in the USA and across Europe. During the winter months he is based in Wellington, Florida working alongside Ireland's Darragh Kenny where they run Oakland Ventures coaching programme.
Joe Davison is one of Great Britain's most stylish young show jumping riders. He regularly competes at the highest international level and in 2016 has already represented Great Britain in senior Nations Cup competitions. Joe has learned his trade as former stable rider to Olympic gold medalist Ben Maher and from other show jumping greats such as Billy Twomey, Michael Whitaker and Jan Tops.
Richard and Joe are supported by Team Harmony lead by HRH Princess Haya of Jordan – herself an Olympic rider and former President of equestrian sport's world governing body, the FEI.