Testimonials from the two day Stable Management Course

Testimonials from the two day Stable Management Course

The course content was perfect for the novice and the way it was presented was logical.  Louise’s obvious enthusiasm for the subject was infectious and her knowledge astounding! The horses were also good to work on as they were well behaved and patient with us but not ‘perfect’ in the sense of making you believe horse care was always going to be easy!  ( I think that was planned and discussed with them somehow!!!!!).  I now feel able to converse with the horse owner and that I have enough background to see where there may be a glaring problem – horse to owner.  I now also feel I have been shown the ‘correct’ way and have enough knowledge to now take that and be around friend’s horses where I will use this information to work with them correctly regardless of the habits my friends may have developed over the years that may not be quite so precise, and expand my experience of horse handling safely – thank you once again!  See you soon,  Amanda
Thank you for a great equine course, the week-end flew by.  I learnt so much in a short space of time, for someone with no equine experience I left feeling confident in the company of horses and able to be in control of them.   A well structured very practical course and found the theory easier to absorb with you reading it through and explaining it, at the same time enabling us to ask any questions we may have.  I felt it a good choice to have a break after the theory before commencing with further practical work.  I felt more comfortable and confident with a small group of students.  Your knowledge and experience of horses shone through along with your encouragement and natural flair for teaching.  A really enjoyable course, well done!  Christina
I can’t help but say that the work you have put into preparing this course, followed by the actual effort it took, once again makes this very much value for money – thank you!  Geri

About Louise:

Louise has been passionately involved with horses for twenty years; working on stud farms, at prominent competition centres and rehabilitation yards, and currently owns three young horses.  Alongside a wealth of practical equestrian knowledge, Louise also obtained a First Class Honours degree in Equine Science at one of the leading equine establishments in the UK, Plumpton College, where she also achieved the ‘Top Student’ award.

Louise has since travelled to Australia to study natural horsemanship techniques, which are based on understanding equine behaviour and communicating with horses in their own language.  She uses this style of communication alongside traditional horse husbandry methods, and understands the importance of remaining open to new methods and techniques.  Louise is currently studying the Diploma in Animal Healing with Elizabeth Whiter and is using healing as part of her holistic approach.

Aside from teaching, Louise currently works in the equine industry – hands on with many varied horses – and is also involved in equine osteopathic support, horse and rider heart rate monitoring (fitness training) and the development of a ‘horse and rider centre’ for osteopathy, training and rehabilitation.