LKE Ambassadors

MEET OUR AMBASSADORS!

Harry has been riding since he could walk, starting with long walks around the dairy farm chasing cows at our home in western Victoria on his first pony now 35 year old Heather. Harrys first show was at Heytesbury show at 3 years old with his dear pony Heather. Soon after he started showing in leading rein on various ponies, winning a number of VIC state events and the pinnacle being sashed the Australian Grand National leading rein hunter pony of the year in 2021 on Luke Dawes pony Cariad. Now a big 5year old Harry loves to try all types of disciplines with his pony Rivington Topsy Turvy where he will compete in showing following some leadline reining and tiny tot dressage. Harry and Topsy also like to try a bit of jumping and still love there farm rides. If Harry’s on a pony he is happy!! Harry is honoured and excited to be a Lucky kids equine ambassador as he loves riding in LKE gloves and LKE jotties. When asked, Harry said his favourite LKE joddies are the ones with the tractors on as they “look really cool and they have Blue New Holland Tractors on them”

Cody was born 3 1/2 months early spending the first 4 months of his life in ICU but the day he came home from Hospital he was sitting on a horse. He started on a 35yo Shetland pony called Charlie Bear which he still takes for a burn at times, it was Charlie’s amazing temperament that allowed Cody’s love for fancy dress classes to grow. He now has a little welsh pony called Kosmo that he rides everywhere. Cody has always loved riding and driving tractors he is a true farm boy so full of energy. When he isn’t at the stables with his ponies he is on a tractor. He competes at shows and pony club but his favorite thing by far is the fancy dress classes. 

Liv (3 years of age) and Harry (1 & a half years of age) are keen little lovers of Carriage Driving. They will hopefully continue on a family tradition and be 5th generation competitive carriage drivers. They are both in love with their ponies Choci & Buzz, both part bred Shetlands who were part of Liv & Harry's mums Carriage Driving 4 in hand team, winning State and National Championships.
Liv and Harry are both to young to compete in carriage driving competitions at the moment but they do however love a ride on the back of the carriage around great uncle Rari's farm and cheering on from the side lines.
Liv and Harry both love their LKE gear and are excited to showcase it now that they are LKE ambassadors. 
We are Henry and Arnie Haworth, we are 4 years old and live in Moama NSW on our family farm. Where we have two ponies - welsh section A Ripplebrook Jack Sparrow who we hope to campaign in lead rein show hunter classes and a black Shetland called Lerwick Bess who we hope to have in the lead rein Shetland classes.
We both attend Kyabram pony club where we enjoy socialising with our friends and enjoying our ponies.
We can’t wait to promote LKE and we love the products, specially the dump truck Jotties.
I’ve been riding as long as I can remember, I currently have 2 horses “The Ranch Hunter” who is a ASH gelding and “Kiradon Flicka” who is Welsh A mare. My main focus is Eventing, Showjumping and Dressage but I also train and compete in Working Equitation. I am a proud member of Kergunyah Pony Club and WENEV (Working Equitation North East Victoria). I spend most weekends training and competing, I also qualified for and competed at the PCV State Horse Trials Festival in May 2021.
Hi my name is Jordyn I'm 13yrs old and my horse is Yarrangobilly Tom a.k.a Tommy I started riding 4 years ago I love dressage show jumping and doing local Ag shows. I have also started doing some training for eventing and hope to compete in my first one day event this year. I am a proud member of Orange Pony Club and Orange equestrian club we ride most days and compete most weekends.
Harper is 3 and so far her and her pony Fishy, have done some encourage shows but will be starting official lead rein classes in 2022. Her first one coming up in January. Harper has been working hard on getting her up down's but at the moment it's really about having fun on her pony. She loves going on trail rides and playing games with the other kids on the ponies. Harper loves the Lucky Equine jods as look good and fits well, but they are also so thin and comfortable after riding she can go off and play in them without getting too hot.
Harper is very excited to be a Lucky Kid Equine Ambassador and can't wait to see the future designs.