Vicki Wilson was riding not long after she could walk. She was given a Shetland pony at the age of two, started competitive showjumping at 15, and began working full time with horses when she was about 17 years old on the family farm in the far north of New Zealand.
Vicki has now won more awards at the New Zealand Horse of the Year show than any other rider in history. Winning the World Cup in 2014 took her showjumping career to another level, and she’s now one of New Zealand’s most successful riders. Vicki has represented her country in the winning Trans-Tasman Young Rider team three times and has also competed under the New Zealand flag in Europe with many wins and placings.
Vicki now travels the world to educate and entertain. She has performed all over New Zealand and Australia in bridle-free, bareback stunts. She has jumped to 1.82m bareback and 1.95 in a saddle in Puissance events.