“I’m honoured and delighted.”

Renowned horse bits and bitting expert Tricia Nassau-Williams has been made an Assistant of the Worshipful Company of Loriners.

The appointment means Tricia joins the ancient livery company’s Court, the decision-making board comprising its Master, Wardens and Assistants. 

Tricia Nassau-Williams is congratulated on being installed as an Assistant of the Loriners’ Company by its Master, Dr George Anderson. 

Tricia has specialised in lorinery throughout her career and says the subject is her passion. 

She ran an equestrian retail business before joining the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) as field officer and lorinery consultant. 

Tricia has been a member of the Loriners’ Company since she was enclothed as a Liveryman in 1994.

“I am honoured and delighted, and look forward to serving on the Court of our Company,” she said on her elevation to Assistant.

The Loriners’ Company dates back to 1261 and is among the oldest of the livery companies of the City of London. 

Today, its activities include supporting the equestrian trade, giving to charity, involvement with City of London affairs and working to improve equine welfare through education.