Madonna isn’t horsing around when it comes to her Equestrian ambitions – the Queen of Pop is flying out a top British trainer to the U.S. in a bid to transform her into a competitive rider.
The Material Girl star has reportedly her sights set on becoming a top-class horsewoman, and has roped in U.K. eventer Daisy Trayford to coach her at the FTI Equestrian Festival at Wellington, Florida in March.
The singer has flown out two horses from the U.K. to help realise her dressage dreams.
And Trayford can’t wait to get the star into the paddock – insisting the notoriously tough superstar is a “dream pupil”.
She tells Britain’s Horse & Hound publication, “She’s very driven, listens to what you say and just wants to do it and improve. You can always get somewhere with someone like that. She’s a dream pupil.
“When I started teaching her she hadn’t jumped at all and now she can jump a course of 1.05m. Jumping and hacking are her two favourite things.”
It isn’t the first time Madonna has tackled the world of horseriding – she was left with three cracked ribs, a fractured collarbone and broken hand after being thrown from horse at her Wiltshire, England estate in 2005.