Jamaine Johnson Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you that our Riding Instructor, Jamaine Johnson, died away not too long ago, and it is with a heavy heart that we must share this news with you. After being involved in a horrible accident on December 18th, Jamaine passed away suddenly as a result of her injuries. Jamaine started taking riding lessons at Broad View Riding School when he was eight years old.
At the school, he was given the opportunity to ride a Shetland pony named Jinxi for the very first time. Since then, Jamaine has developed a profound love for animals, particularly horses. Additionally, during this time period, he formed friendships with various members of our employees as well as liveries that would continue on for the rest of his life.
In 2010, Jamaine began working at Woodside Riding School. After some time, he saved up his money and bought his own horses, which he named Apache and Trevor. He was able to advance his career as a rider and instructor by completing his NVQ Level 2 and 3, UKCC Level 2, and PTT teaching certifications. These accomplishments were necessary for him to do so.
Jamaine swiftly established herself as a popular and in-demand instructor among riders of a wide range of ages and levels of experience in a short amount of time. Jamaine has spent the course of his career teaching a significant number of children and adults of all ages how to ride horses. His passion for inspiring others finally inspired him to pursue a career as an educator, and he is currently employed at Kirkby College.
Because of Jamaine’s demise, each of our hearts has been shattered, and we are all fighting the uphill battle of trying to come to terms with the loss of our friend. Lessons on how to ride horses will go as planned; however, we ask that you offer our instructors patience and understanding as we navigate this hard period. Lessons on how to ride horses will continue as scheduled.