- Julia Scott-Douglas
Julia, a freelance nutritionist and accredited sports Dietitian has been team leader for the past 5 years. She has been the tutor in nutrition at the BRS for 10 years and last year became Dietitian for the equestrian World Class Programme covering all disciplines. Julia is based in East Anglia.
- Daniel Martin
Dan is a SENr accredited Performance Nutritionist for the Professional Jockeys Association and has been with the team since 2013. His role with the PJA enables him to work with jockey athletes from the very beginning of their careers at the National Horseracing College where he delivers the nutrition modules, throughout their careers at the 60 racecourses, and during any time out of the saddle at the Injured Jockey’s Fund’s Jack Berry House in Malton where he is every Wednesday. Dan is also available for jockeys at Liverpool John Moores University where is a Post-Doctoral Researcher and Lecturer. His research there focuses on nutrition and behaviour change within professional horseracing. His research in this area was awarded with the SENr Professor Clyde Williams OBE Award for Research and Innovation in Sport and Exercise Nutrition. In 2018 he expanded his scope beyond racing and is now also working for Team GB Equestrian in their preparations for the Tokyo 2020 and Paris 2024 Olympics. Away from equine sports he consults for a Championship football club.
- Hannah Trotman
Hannah joined the team in April 2018 and is based at Oaksey House on Tuesdays afternoons. She has worked in the NHS for the past two years as well as seeing private clients, sports clubs and teams, and specialises in Sport and Exercise Nutrition.
- Oliver Whiteman
Oliver will be joining the team in January 2020 and will be based at Peter O’Sullevan House, Newmarket every Monday. He is an accredited performance nutrition consultant who has experience supporting a wide range of athletes & teams from university scholars to academy footballers.