Franky Reid-Warrilow

We are delighted to announce we will be sponsoring Event Rider

Franky Reid-Warrilow who is a huge fan of Hawkins Organic.

Picture courtesy of "The Mark Todd Collection"



Since meeting Franky we have been a fan and knew she would be a great brand ambassador for Hawkins Organic. Franky has very high standards of turnout and likes to use natural products where possible but expects results. We like all our riders to use the products and put each and every one through their own testing to ensure they are happy and Franky has been delighted. Having lots of grey horses we knew she would love ‘Blanc Canvas’ and ‘Secret Weapon’.
Franky has started the season well and already won the CIC2* at Somerley Park and we look forward to following Franky on her journey with lots of exciting prospects on the horizon.
"Based at her parents home on the borders of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Powys where her facilities for producing top quality competition horses are second to none she has begun to carve a successful career for herself on the International Eventing circuit.

As well as competing successfully at 3* level Franky also works hard to produce and sell world class competition horses 

Franky started Eventing when she was 14 and was a part of the pony, junior and young rider programmes. She has always produced her own horses from scratch and has been able to better quirky and difficult ones. Franky bought her current top horse Dolley Whisper as a 3 year old and she is now successfully contesting 3* level.

In 2013 Franky was selected to represent Great Britain at the CIC2* European Championships on Dolley Whisper, however 3 weeks before, she had a rotational fall and broke her hip whilst xc schooling. Her determination enabled her to be back competing at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe in the Intermediate Championships just 6 weeks later. This is proof of Franky's passion and drive to succeed and will be sure to carry her to the top of her sport.

At the end of 2013 Franky won the inaugural Mark Todd Bridging the Gap scholarship and then finished the 2014 by winning the CCI2* at Weston Park. She has begun her 2015 campaign well by winning the CIC2* at Somerley Park which sets her up well for her first CCI3* at Saumur in May.

As well as eventing full time and producing young horses Franky also enjoys coaching riders at all levels and in all disciplines. Franky is very lucky to be trained by World Class competitors and trainers, Charlotte Dujardin for the dressage and Major Richard Waygood and Sir Mark Todd for jumping. This means that she can pass on this depth of experience and knowledge onto her clients.”