Di Lampard has represented Great Britain in 2 World Equestrian Games, 2 European Championships, and more than 40 Nations Cup Teams. Riding Abbervail Dream Di Lampard was a team bronze medallist at the Rome World Championships. She has been awarded an FEI Gold Medal.
In 2001 Di Lampard won the Leading Show Jumper of the Year title at Wembley and has twice been National Ladies’ Champion. With Abbervail Dream she has won the Queen Elizabeth Cup twice, and is so far the only lady rider to have won the Cock of the North Trophy. Di Lampard also held the title of the leading lady rider in Great Britain for 8 years.
At the United Kingdom Equestrian Awards in 2003 Di Lampard was voted the Show Jumping Personality of the Year.
Based at Spring Farm, Oakham, in the heart of Rutland, Di Lampard has produced many young horses and trained many young riders through to international level. She trained the British Junior Riders for several years, winning European Gold Medals in 1996, 1997 and 1998. She was one of the first BSJA Accredited Coaches, and is now Consultant Head of Training to the BSJA.
Since the retirement of her long time partner Abbervail Dream, Di Lampard has confined her jumping to this country in order to accommodate the increasing demands of her coaching role. Her victories in 2007 included the Area International Trials at East of England and Lincolnshire County with William’s Spririt, as well as consistent placings with Master Cruise, who has now graduated to the top flight of competition.
“My horses have never looked or felt better – fed only Balanced Show Mix.”