Sharn Wordley has represented New Zealand in numerous Nation’s Cups and the 2008 Olympics. He has competed in 22 countries and was the young rider champion in New Zealand earlier in his career. Living in Europe, Wordley successfully competed in some of the world’s most prestigious shows, including CSIO5* Rome, CSIO5* Lummen, CSIO 5* Hickstead and many others.
In 2004, Sharn moved to the USA, continuing to compete and has won over 35 Grand Prix competitions to date. He is currently ranked within the top 100 on the FEI Longines List and trains and competes daily on a Wordley Martin surface! In addition to his victories as a rider, Sharn has coached riders who have represented their countries in the Olympics, World Cup Finals, World Championships and the Pan American Games.
Craig Martin worked and trained in Europe for more than a decade with some of the best in the business, including Tim Stockdale, Barry Taylor, and William Funnel. He has brought horses up through the levels from youngsters to the Grand Prix ring. He has competed on four continents at some of the world’s best shows and was long listed for the Athens Olympics. In 2003, Craig moved to the U.S.A and continued to compete and coach at most of the major North American competitions, including the Winter Equestrian Festival and Spruce Meadows.
A lifelong horseman, Craig has an extensive background in the equestrian field which has fueled his own success within the riding arena construction business. In addition to being the director of project management at Wordley Martin, he is also a licensed realtor with Wellington Equestrian Realty. His positions within both companies perfectly compliment one another.
When not working, Craig can be found diving, cycling, and competing in multiple triathlon competitions, the most recent being his second Ironman in Arizona.