Good Horse services in Lincolnshire

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Lincolnshire: Training Horses

Woodlands Racing Stable sits in the heart of Lincolnshire. It benefits from a Sand Gallop and an all-weather surface to train the twenty or so horses. The most famous Woodlands resident was Ei Ei, the horse won £173,000 in prize money. Michael Chapman, who is still in... > 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: Made to Fit

Paul Wiles Saddlery was originally formed in the late sixties by Paul & Sheila Wiles. The majority of the saddle fitting is from Newcastle upon Tyne, south into Lincolnshire down the eastern side of the country, but not restricted to those areas. Saddle Fitting: The... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: McTimoney Animal Manipulation

As a McTimoney Animal Practitioner I qualified with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Animal Manipulation awarded by The University of Wales. The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is the only institution in Europe which runs a validated training course for animal manipulators and... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Lower Limb Repair

Our World Class Equine Rehabilitation Centre provides advanced equine facilities and care. Supported by a dynamic and innovative team of multi-skilled, highly qualified professionals, we are dedicated to the recovery and conditioning of the equine. We work as a team with the... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Natural Healer

Steve Chick is a natural healer, Bowen Therapist, Reiki Master Teacher and a graduate of the American School of Equine Dentistry in Virginia. Having travelled extensively he has taken the opportunity to experience and study complementary therapies whenever possible. Animals... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Professional Trimming

P J Rawlings Farriery was set up after Peter finished an in depth apprenticeship with his ATF (Approve Training Farrier) Martin Beadle DipWCF BII. He graduated with a DipWCF from Myerscough College in Preston. He also worked alongside his ATF at Rossdales equine hospital in... > 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: 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: Mills Stables Livery and Retraining Racehorses

Mills Stables has relocated to Alden Farm and now has spaces available for Livery, Racehorse Retraining, short or long term schooling. Liveries enjoy the fantastic facilities as well as 5* daily care for their horses! Situated in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside with... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Samantha Rodwell - Equine Physio

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. Samantha Rodwell is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy working... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: Felicity Begley - Equine Physio

Felicity Begley is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working in Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Cambridgeshire. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility,... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: David Jackson - Equine Physio

The benefits of massage include increased range of motion, enhanced performance, increased circulation, relieving muscle spasm and tension, whilst increasing muscle tone. David Jackson is a member of The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) working... > View Profile

Lincolnshire: DIY Livery in Lincoln

DIY Livery in Lincoln 24x7 turnout > View Profile

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