Georgia started riding when she was two years old after her physio advised that it would help with her balance (Georgia has cerebral palsy). Georgia’s first pony was a Shetland called Diana, who was followed by a pony called Poppy – he was handed down to Georgia’s sisters when she had outgrown him.
Georgia joined the Pony Club and the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) at Clwyd SRC, attending her first RDA National Championships on Aaron, a palomino pony. She was on the front page of the magazine the following year in a tweed jacket! It was at the RDA that Georgia got the bug for dressage, and she also competed with British Young Rider Dressage Scheme (BYRDS) Wales team.
In 2019, Georgia made her championship debut at the FEI Para Dressage European Championships, riding Midnight. They picked up team and individual silver, then danced their way to gold in the freestyle.
In her spare time, Georgia enjoys baking and spending time with her French bulldog, Billy, who accompanies her everywhere. He isn't popular in the horsebox because he snores so loudly!