In August she will not just be competing in the mounted games event in Scotland, but she will also be two show jumping classes at the Scope Festival in Oswestry.
Daisy, 12, a Year 7 student at Haslingden High School said: “I went to the Mounted Games Association British individual championships at Uttoxeter in Staffordshire and competed on my pony Anya.
“On the first day we had two sessions and it didn’t go as well as I had hoped but I got into the semi-final and I was 19th. Then on the next day I got loads of points and I got into the top seven and into the final.
“In the final I was up against people who were on the English and the Welsh teams and I finished fifth.
“I felt really happy because my pony had never competed in an individual event before so it was new to her.”
Daisy lives in Waterfoot where she keeps pony Anya who is 14, whom she has had for about a year and Elin Mai, who is 11 and she has had for nearly two-and-a-half years.
Daisy said: “I have been riding for about nine years and it is good because you get to meet lots of different people and you make new friends.
“I like being able to do mounted games and also show jumping because it means I get to do different things and I learn different skills.”