Nick Pritchard – Event Director
Nick grew up in East Sussex and graduated from Aberdeen University in 2002 with a Master’s Degree in Land Economy (Estate Management), starting work as a Land Agent that summer with Smiths Gore. In 2008 Nick took over the management of Bramham Park, and the role of Horse Trials Director became part of his remit 2009. As such Nick’s role is very varied looking after all aspects of the Estate, from the routine property management through to an involvement in the Leeds Festival and everything in between.
Nick lives in a farmhouse on the Estate with his wife, Beth, a veterinary surgeon, their two young boys Rufus and Jasper, a black Labrador called Tilly, a Sproker Spaniel called Lotte, a cat called Oreo, horses Archie and Billy, the boys pony’s Rex, Ringo and Fizz, and five guinea pigs!
Nick and Beth got married at Bramham in 2009, after Nick proposed whilst climbing Mont Blanc. Nick and Beth partake in various outdoor activities such as mountain biking, running, skiing and hillwalking.
Emily grew up in the local area with Bramham Horse Trials being the highlight of her year from a very young age. In 2015, Emily went to study Equine Business and Events Management at Askham Bryan College where she graduated with an honours degree, during which time she completed her work experience at Bramham Horse Trials which was her first experience of organising an International Event. Once graduated, Emily spent a summer in Texas teaching horse riding at a summer camp and travelling Southern America, and upon her return, had the opportunity to become Event Coordinator at Bramham Horse Trials.
As well as organising the Horse Trials, Emily works alongside the Bramham Park Estate team and helps with the day to day running of the Bramham Park Estate.
Emily has been involved with horses since the age of 7, and now owns a racehorse called Captain Peaky. When she’s not at work she enjoys competing with Peaky, dog walks and going on adventures.
Jane Conyers – Event Coordinator
Jane was born and grew up in Yorkshire, moving South at the age of 15. After 15 years of studying and working in the South and Abroad she then returned to enjoy the beautiful countryside of Yorkshire. Whilst working in the accounts department for a land agent, she volunteered to act as treasurer for the Horse Trials in June 2004, greatly enjoying the experience and camaraderie of the event over the subsequent years and jumping at the chance to become a permanent Estate employee in October 2007. She divides her time between the Estate accounts and the organisation of the Horse Trials. Jane enjoys walking her dog, Rolo, and going on city breaks in the sunshine.