We offer horsemanship clinics with both UK and International trainers.
Learn more about out visiting trainers and the objectives in their instruction by selecting a profile from the list below.
Jane lives near Biggar in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, A former endurance rider, it was a natural progression for Sue to become extremely interested in the health and well-being of horses and their innate ability to release and rebalance their energy patterns.
Subsequent years of study has culminated in her status as an Equine Touch Practitioner.
Sue’s career as a teacher and creative arts specialist mean that her courses are structured to suit all types of learning styles. No prior knowledge of anatomy is necessary! Detailed manuals are provided and on completion a certificate from The Equine Touch Foundation is issued.
Gina grew up in Massachusetts and Vermont and learned about her first horse from a neighbor who was educated in the “old school.” She trained the horses that she rode in regional jumping competitions and local gymkhana events, and then went on to coach children and new horse owners in the basics of riding and horse care. After high school, she worked at a number show barns, racing stables and small breeding establishments on the east coast and Midwest USA. For 43 years Leslie has helped horses and their owners. Among these were troubled horses that others had given up on… race horses, show ponies, draft horses, jumpers and other kinds of performance and backyard pleasure horses.