Jane Wallace has over forty years of experience in the equestrian world,
covering virtually every aspect at all levels.


Jane combines her teaching and daily management of a high-class livery yard with her role as equestrian consultant and expert witness.

With a life-long experience in riding, training and managing horses and ponies in all equestrian disciplines, including racing, she is well-qualified to advise and consult on a wide range of horse and pony related issues. This horsemanship may range from their general handling to horse welfare, behavioural problems and potential purchase or sale.

Over the years, Jane has committed her experience of training and re-training horses in a number of publications including a highly regarded book entitled ‘The Less Than Perfect Horse’ which was translated into German.

Living in the heart of Leicestershire hunting country, Jane and her husband, Major Malcolm Wallace, are a formidably knowledgeable team. Malcolm was former CO of the King’s Troop RHA, CEO of the British Equestrian Federation, Equestrian member of the National Olympic Committee and Olympic team manager and an executive director of the Jockey Club. He trained and rode winners of point to points and under National Hunt rules, rode in the Grand National and successfully completed Badminton Horse Trials, being short-listed for the World Championships. Malcolm and Jane have two sons who took part in all Pony Club activities and competed in one day events, hunter trials, team chases and pony racing.