- Represented Great Britain at two senior Nations Cup competitions in 2006, riding Rambo III and winning a gold medal at Brataslavia.
- Winner of the under 21 Championship at Horse of the Year Show 1999.
- Welsh Masters Ladies Champion on 3 occasions.
- Winner of numerous International Trials, including the Bath and West Show, Lincolnshire County Show, Cheshire County Show and Leicestershire County Show.
- Leading rider at Lincolnshire County Show 2011.
- Currently jumps 3 grade A horses, Step In Time II, Rambo III and Verolinde.
- Produced the leading 6 year old horse in the 2010 Sunshine Tour in Vejer, Spain, Molly Malone V.
- Currently a member of the GB Evolution Squad and has two horses, Lucy Loo IV and Adriana, on the Equine Pathway.
Notable results 2012 season:
- Winner of the Grand Prix, Bath and West show - Step in Time II
- Runner-up in the A and B competition, Bath and West Show - Verolinde
- Third place in both Grand Prix at Wales and West Showground – Rambo III
- Winner of the Area Trial, Cheshire County Show – Step In Time II
- Runner-up in the Grade A competition at the Royal Highland Show – Rambo III
- Fourth in the Royal Highland Show Grand Prix - Step In Time II
- Second in the International Trial, New Forest and Hants County Show - Step In Time II
- Fourth in the International Stairway Competition, Norfolk County Show – Step In Time II
- Winner of the Area Trial, Shrewsbury Flower Show - Step In Time II
- Fourth in the Area Trial - Pembrokeshire County Show - Step In Time II
- Winner of the 1.40 Open at the Vale of Glamorgan Show - Rambo III
- Second in the 1.45 Open Championship, Scope Festival - Step In Time II
- Winner of the Open Championship, Hickstead - Step In Time II
- Second in the Area Trial, Royal Berkshire Show - Step In Time II
- Equal first in 6-year old qualifier, Wales and West - Lucy Loo IV
- Equal first in 6-year old qualifier, Western Lawns - Lucy Loo IV
- National 6 year old champion, Scope Festival - Lucy Loo IV
- Jumped in the Queen Elizabeth Cup, Royal International Horse Show, Hickstead (Step In Time II) and in the 6 year old final at the Horse of the Year Show (Lucy Loo IV)