Good Horse services in Lincolnshire

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Lincolnshire: Marc Adipura - Equine Acupuncture Lincolnshire

Acupuncture is primarily used in horses to promote pain relief. This is achieved by unblocking ‘acupoints’ and stimulating nerve endings. During acupuncture sessions, most horses remain relaxed and are unaffected by the placement of needles. As a member of ABVA... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Travelling Farriers

Based at Laughtons Farm near Grantham, we offer a forge based and travelling farriery service for all horses and ponies in the South Lincolnshire area. Setting us apart from our competitors, we offer: 100% prompt, reliable and professional service An exceptionally... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Move Freely

The correct saddle for the horse, rider, and discipline will: take the weight of the rider and distribute it as evenly as possible over the widest area, allow the horse to move freely without pain or damage to underlying tissue, support the rider in natural balance. My first... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Helene Munro Saddle Fitting

Certified saddle fitter, All brands of saddle checked/ fitted, most can be adjusted on site.  Flocking and repairs undertaken. Stockists of The Saddle Company Saddles. As rider myself i know how important it is for the horse and the rider to feel comfortable. Evening and... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Equine Psychology

I am a fully trained Equine Behaviour Consultant registered by the Society of equine behaviour consultants. I am also an experienced Psychological Therapist specialising in horse behaviour problems and rider confidence issues. Following a degree and postgraduate qualification... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Shropshire Veterinary Physiotherapy

Providing Equine and Canine Physiotherapy in Shropshire and surrounding counties. Specialising in treating muscular and skeletal problems, and rehabilitation following injury or operation. Experienced, qualified and fully insured . Member of National Association of Veterinary... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Working with Horses

The Rase Veterinary Centre is situated just outside the town of Market Rasen, in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside. The Centre has been in existence at Market Rasen for around fifty years and was founded at a time when all veterinary work was predominantly with horses... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Reliable Livery

The Bridge House Farm Livery and Cross Country is located in the rural location of Gosberton Bank in South Lincolnshire. We are idealy located to allow for numerous quiet hacking routes within the surrounding area. We are a friendly and reliable livery yard with onsite... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Equine Chiropractor

Christine is a McTimoney chiropractor based in Lincolnshire. She has a human and canine clinic in Lincoln and travels throughout Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire treating animals. Christine qualified in McTimoney animal manipulation in 2006 and gained her Masters in McTimoney... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Animal Care by People who Care

We are the largest equine practice in the East Midlands. It is staffed by: 11 equine veterinary surgeons including 1 holder of the RCVS certificate in equine surgery (soft tissue) 1 holder of the RCVS certificate of equine practice 1 holder of both the RCVS certificate... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Lincolnshire Racing Yard

Trainer Chris Bealby has had a licence since 2001 and in that time the yard has sent out over 200 winners under all codes. Chris spent four highly informative years as Assistant Trainer to the legendary Nicky Henderson in Lambourn where he also rode successfully as an Amateur... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Tamsyn Lafferty - Equine Physio

I am a qualified equine physio working in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Lancashire, North Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire. As An ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) member I am a fully qualified Chartered... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Sue Palmer - Equine Physio and Behaviourist

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Emotional Problems

Hello! My name is Faye Stacey and I am a qualified animal communication practitioner. My aim is to help people improve their relationships with their animals, helping them to work through behavioural and emotional problems and have a greater understanding of each other. In... > View Profile

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