BEF Departments

The British Equestrian Federation is made up of a dedicated team of staff who work together to uphold the vision and mission of the company, More People – Better Places – Better Horses – More Medals. Here you can find out more information on those people, including our Department Heads and Non-Executive Directors, and read a brief summary of their main roles and responsibilities to help you get in contact with the correct department or member of staff.

Chief Executive:

Clare Salmon

Responsible to the BEF Board and the BEF Council for the delivery of the Federation’s strategy, for leading the staff of the British Equestrian Federation and representing the Federation to BOA, BPA, FEI and Sports Councils

Chief Executives Office

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Eemma.hazell@bef.co.uk

General Counsel:

Janice Shardlow

Responsible for the wide range of legal and governance issues that are part of the everyday life of a National Governing Body, international influence and anti-doping (human and equine) and advises the BEF Board on legal and governance issues

Governance & Legal

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Ejanice.shardlow@bef.co.uk

Executive Assistant:

Emma Hazell

Chief Executives Office

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Eemma.hazell@bef.co.uk

Anti-Doping Programme Manager:

Sophie Thomas

Governance & Legal

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EBEFAR@bef.co.uk

Acting Equestrian Performance Director* :

Sarah Armstrong

Acting Performance Director of the World Class Programme as well as Head of Operations for World Class and Performance Manager for Para-Dressage

World Class Team

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Esarah.armstrong@bef.co.uk

World Class Programme Support & Logistics Coordinator:

Debbie Lee

Provides support in the administration, logistics and coordination of the World Class Programme, any queries regarding the World Class Development Programme, including selection, should first be directed to Debbie

World Class Team

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Edebbie.lee@bef.co.uk

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