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Meet the RHASS Director: Anne Logan

A veterinary surgeon and the daughter of a dairy farmer, it’s safe to say agriculture runs deep through Anne Logan’s family. Anne is British Showjumping Chair and a RHASS director for the Stirling area.


Anne Logan, RHASS Director

A veterinary surgeon and the daughter of a dairy farmer, it’s safe to say agriculture runs deep through Anne Logan’s family. Anne is British Showjumping Chair and a RHASS director for the Stirling area.

Despite having ponies from the age of four, Anne only developed an interest in competitive equestrian sports through her daughter. She became involved in eventing and showjumping from a young age and Anne’s interest grew from there.

Considering the way in which Anne fell into the equestrian sports world, it isn’t difficult to see why her main focus is on nurturing young talent and giving them a bigger platform in which to thrive.

One of Anne’s first initiatives as RHASS director was to better showcase young equestrian talent at the Royal Highland Show, which she did by introducing the Young Masters class for riders 25 and under. Along with a hard-working committee of people Anne is responsible for the entire jumping section of the Royal Highland Show every year.

Around 15,000 people watch the showjumping each year at the Royal Highland Show and a recent survey revealed that approximately 45% of visitors to the Royal Highland Show are there to see the horses and 60-70% of those come for the showjumping, so Anne clearly has an engaged audience each year.

It's no wonder she believes Scotland punches well above its weight in terms of the quality of riders and the number of medallists we produce.

Anne always had the goal of becoming a vet clear in her mind. Despite her calendar being full of agricultural shows and equestrian competitions, Anne still works part-time for an equine veterinary practice. A job she isn’t quite ready to give up yet. 

If you’re looking to contact a RHASS director or find out more about the director in your local area, get in touch and we’ll be able to help.

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