Daniel Bremner was introduced to dressage as a teenager by German Bereiter Markus Bauer for whom he both worked and trained. Prior to this he competed in both eventing and showing with much success.
In June 2008 he graduated from the University of West of England (Hartpury Campus) with a BSc (HONS) Equine Science. During his three years at university he was a member of the Hartpury ‘Elite’ academy and received training from Nick Burton (World Class Trainer and Senior Team Selector), Carl Hester (Dressage Medalist) and an International Sport Psychologist.
After graduating Daniel then worked and rode for Carl Hester. During his time there he became competent with youngsters through to International Grand Prix horses, Stallions and Iberian breeds. He participated in many demonstrations including Your Horse Live ’08, British Dressage Judges Seminar ’08 whilst working for Carl Hester.
Daniel combines his practical experience working and training with horses as well as his scientific knowledge involving equine anatomy, physiology, exercise physiology, therapy, nutrition and behavior. He has a calm and quiet approach and believes all horses are individuals and therefore thinks they all have to be taught relatively independently. Daniel offers a somewhat different approach when training and managing equestrian athletes though his knowledge and huge interest in biological systems and how these can be very successfully applied and utilised within dressage.
Daniel has had several outstanding results at both regional and national levels.