Stephanie has worked with Carriage Driving Magazine since April 2004, climbing the ranks to become the magazine's editor in January 2011. As the magazine's editor, her aims for Carriage Driving Magazine are simple, to produce a magazine that reflects the passion that carriage drivers have for their sport.
Although Stephanie doesn't often actively participate in carriage driving, she has been taught to drive professionally by Clare Wigmore, LHHI, and takes every opportunity to take up the reins when her busy life allows her to do so. She grooms when she is able for friends, and can often be seen enjoying events and shows as she takes great pleasure in watching others participating.
She has kept horses for many years, and has a passion for all thing equestrian, currently owning a Welsh Section C. Her aim is to continue to increase her knowledge of carriage driving and to continue to serve the carriage driving fraternity through the pages of Carriage Driving Magazine.
Tessa has worked in media sales for more than 15 years. The majority has been spent working for Guardian News & Media’s brands such as The Guardian and Observer as well as for some well-known women’s magazines. In addition to this, Tessa is a keen horsewoman. It’s an obsession that started at the age of four when her mother agreed to take her for riding lessons as long as she agreed to attend school without any fuss! This is a passion that has now been passed down to her daughter. Tessa spends most weekends travelling around the country competing with her daughter’s show ponies.