Board Members

Dr Carol Bradley - Chair

Carol is an experienced consultant with a strong interest in communities, social justice and the human services sector.  As an owner, she has been involved with horses for many years and has competed in dressage and eventing at local Riding Club level.

She has researched and published on a wide range of issues for a range of organisations including the Parliament of South Australia, South Australian Government Departments and statewide welfare organisations.  In addition to commissioned consulting reports, she has also published in academic journals and presented academic papers at conferences.

As a senior consultant she has many years’ experience of advising and assisting both state wide and local community organisations with policies and practices.  This work has included many consultations with a range of stakeholders and on occasions the provision of training in new practices.  She is a highly qualified researcher and a qualified workplace trainer and has both designed and delivered training on a range of workplace issues relevant to both corporate and the not for profit sectors. She has been entered in both Who’s Who of Australian Women and Who’s Who of South Australia.  

Carol has served on a number of committees including a local Riding Club and has served on the Board of the South Australian Working Women’s Centre, and Riding for the Disabled serving on both National and State Boards. 

She is currently a committee member for a local sporting [golf] organisation and owns and operates a boutique winery and vineyard in South Australia.

Vice Chair - vacant

Belinda Chipman - Secretary 

Belinda Chipman is a local property owner on the Fleurieu Peninsular. She works in Equine Assisted Learning programs offered to children and NDIS clients and is a business owner / operator in WHS consulting. 

Belinda has spent her life in and around horses from a young age competing in Pony Club events and riding on her family’s outback cattle station.  She has extensive experience including Pony Club instruction, competition experience (showing, harness, jumping),  committee member for show societies and experience working in the racing industry as strapper / track work rider and within the breeding industry. 

In recent years, Belinda has progressed her passion for animal welfare and developing relationships between the horse and the rider through horsemanship skills and equine assisted learning. Belinda continues to develop these skills with her own herd of 16 horses with her husband and two teenage children.

Treasurer - vacant

Kym Myall - Board Advisor


I have worked in a variety of management roles in government, banking, small business and a year at Horse SA. My focus across a broad variety of roles has been to create value to the community through strategy design and implementation, risk management, developing insights to inform business practices, research, communication and working with stakeholders to get the ‘right’ outcomes. In addition, I have extensive project management experience. I hold a Master in Business Administration and a Master in International Studies.


In addition to my professional experience I am passionate about horses, their welfare and maintaining confidence in the industry’s social licence to operate. My particular interests are maintaining and increasing participation in equine activities particularly as people (and their horses) age, horse welfare and enrichment to maintain health and engagement, and sustainable land management practices.

maintaining confidence in the industry.