Debbie Taylor has over 20 years’ experience working with people with disability in various roles including advocacy and family support and vocational rehabilitation. Is a mother of a child with autism. Debbie has past experience working with Riding for the Disabled Association, and has held coaching accreditation and roles on State and National committees with a particular interest in inclusion in sport. Debbie rode competitively until becoming a mother, mostly in Eventing, and her son is now involved in Pony Club. Debbie still has a huge involvement in the equestrian community and breaks in and trains ponies for children with a focus on producing ponies that are accepting and accommodating in a wide range of situations and with a wide variety of riders.
Debbie has a keen interest in photography and travel and combines both these interests every chance she can. Debbie lives just outside of Devonport in a rural area with her husband and son and her extended fur family.