2001 - 2003: Apprenticeship at CAVA Barcelona
In 2001 Chloe started her apprenticeship at Victor Alvarez riding school “CAVA“ in Barcelona. During this time Chloe improved her riding skills and achieved her stable manager and teaching certificates, as well as being successful in numerous national competitions and coming 3rd at the Catalonian championships.
2003 - 2006: Head rider at Beatriz Ferrer-Salat stables in Barcelona
After her apprenticeship she started working at the stables of the multiple Olympic rider Beatriz Ferrer-Salat. There, she started out as a groom and slowly worked her way up to become the stables’ head rider. During this time she was able to ride up to Grand Prix Level with Martell and became Spanish Champion in 2005 and Vice-Champion in 2006 with Zorro. Her biggest achievement during this time was reaching 6th place in the World Cup Final in 2006 with Zorro.
2006 - 2007: Auction Rider at Hof Kasselmann in Osnabrück, Germany
In 2006 Chloe decided it was time to make the next step and moved to Germany in order to work at the prestigous “Hof Kasselmann“ as an auction rider. This role enabled her to have a great time training many different horses and presenting them in the auctions as well as making a lot of new friends and contacts.
2007 - 2008: Groom and Rider at Wolfram Wittig stables in Rahden, Germany
After a year at Kasselmanns’ Chloe decided she wanted to continue to improve as a rider and where better than training with one of the most famous German dressage trainers - Wolfram Wittig. While there, Chloe worked as both a groom and a rider, but soon realised that she could not achieve her goals by staying at Wittig’s stables.
2008 - 2011: Main rider at Isabell Werth stables in Rheinberg, Germany
Chloe phoned Isabell in order to try and make the next move in her career and was given the chance to work with Isabell in Rheinberg. At those stables she also started out as a groom/rider but later went on to become the main rider for young horses. During this time she learned how to train young horses and was given the opportunity to compete them at national competitions as well as participating in the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden in 2010.
2011 - today: Head rider and Manager at „Gestüt Sonnenhof“ in St. Vith, Belgium
In 2011 Chloe wanted more responsibility and the chance to build up Grand-Prix horses in order to once again be selected as a member of the Spanish dressage team. To get this chance she left Germany and moved to Belgium, to the little town of Sankt Vith between the Eifel and the Ardennes. She took on the role of stable manager and head rider at Joseph Faymonville’s stud (breeder and owner of Lord Loxley). Since then she has already been successful in national competitions, qualified several times for the Bundeschampionat in Warendorf, competed at the World Championships for Young Horses in Verden and trained many horses up to Prix St. Georges level. In 2014 she re-entered the international dressage scene at the CDI Barcelona in CAN ALZINA, where she won everything with her future hope „Lord Wallonia“ and was placed as well in the Prix St. Georges and Inter I class with Lord de Luxe and Lord Loxley. In 2015 Chloe took a short break to give birth to her first daughter, Sienna.
2015 was a year for refocusing and getting back into shape in order to get back to reaching her goals in 2016 she is back feeling full of energy and drive as always. The year has got off to a good start as she is working alongside a new trainer, Wim Verwimp, with who she is aiming to achieve her dream of becoming a member of the Spanish dressage team once again.