Based at Gardners Farm, near Badminton, Alicia has access to fantastic facilities and over 1300 acres of farmland to produce and train event horses.
Having successfully moved through the British Eventing Youth and 3* programmes, now 26 years old Alicia is now competing internationally at 5* level.
During her Junior and Young Rider years Alicia was short or longlisted for Junior, Young Rider and 3* GB European teams aswell as gaining many noteable results at National Championships. These include 2nd in the U18 Championships, top8 finishes two consecutive years at the Junior Championships, and top8 at the Senior Novice Championships age 16.
In 2017, following a podium 3rd place finish at Bramham 4*L U25 Championships and winning the Mark Todd Bridging the Gap scholarship, Alicia made her first 5* appearance at Pau. Since then she has completed Badminton twice and finished 16th on her Burghley debut.
During the 2019 season Alicia and Charles RR won the U25 prize at both Badminton and Burghley. As recognition for her impressive Burghley result Alicia was awarded the Barbara Cooper Trophy for the best performance by a young British Rider, and was also selected on to the Windrush Equestrian Foundation young rider programme.
Alicia has self-produced many horses and gained multiple wins and placings in Senior National and International competition.
Notable Senior International results include; 5th Hartpury CCI3*-L 2014, 2nd Tatts CCI3*-LU24 2015, 1st Aldon CCI2*-S 2016, 3rd Bramham CCI4*-LU25 2017, 3rd Hartpury CCI3*-L 2017, 1stBicton CCI2*-S 2018, four 5* completions, WINNER Mark Todd Bridging the Gap Scholarship, U25 prize winner at both Badminton and Burghley, 16th debut Burghley, multiple top20 finishes at 4* level and selection onto the Windrush Equestrian Foundation young rider programme.
Alongside Eventing Alicia has also gained a first-class degree in Sports Performance BSc (Hons) from the University of Bath. During her time at Bath she was selected to receive a Sports Scholarship.