Born in outback Australia, Paige grew up first with harness racing horses before beginning her riding endeavours, all be it in a variety of disciplines on an array of horses. In 2011 after several State and National Championship titles and multiple Grand Prix results, she was awarded the prestigious Young Ambassador of the Year, before going on to be selected to ride for Australia later that year in a borrowed horses event in Mauritius. In 2014 Paige’s results had earnt her a place on the Australian National Development squad. The following year, she moved abroad to spend 12 months with Australian WEG Representative, Amy Graham, in France.

After spending 12 months in France competing in FEI competitions all over Europe, Paige moved to America in 2016. She first managed for and assisted with the training at USA Olympic Silver medalist Peter Leone’s Lionshare Farm both in Wellington, FL and Bedford, NY. Since then Paige has ridden with and worked for several other Olympians, but most recently managed for and assisted with training with Jonathan Corrigan of Twin Oaks Ventures.

Paige has successfully competed to 4* Grand Prix level with a horse she produced from a 6 year old, “A Toute Vitesse”, and 5* where in 2023, Paige was selected on her first Senior Nations Cup team, to represent Australia in Canada at the prestigious Thunderbird venue in Vancouver. Paige has developed and campaigned multiple horses from young and green, and "problem" horses through to the highest levels of the sport.

More recently, Paige has stepped back from the competition ring and taken on more of a teaching role, to help develop both riders and young horses to help them progress through the levels.

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