Frequently asked questions

Yes, certainly. The horses are calm and welcoming so there is no need to be afraid of them. You will always be with a trainer when near the horses.
No. Our horses are not really in a position to be ridden and it is not our philosophy to use them in this way. So much can be achieved to understand horses and yourself by building the relationships from the ground.
No. Our horses are not really in a position to be ridden and it is not our philosophy to use them in this way. So much can be achieved to understand horses and yourself by building the relationships from the ground.
Come with warm clothing as it does get a bit cold and windy. Sturdy footwear is recommended and wellington boots if you have them. Don’t worry if you don’t have any because we may have some in your size.
There is a list of things you will do listed on the activities page
Yes, certainly. The horses are calm and welcoming so there is no need to be afrWe prefer to follow an introductory process before a programme of sessions start • Fill in an initial questionnaire • Have an exploratory meeting or phone call with Judith • Agree a plan and schedule • Commencement date for sessions
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Yes, both to the log cabin, in the yard and around the paddock.
A session is 2 hours maximum. The start time is to suit you but normally we like visitors to come between 11.00 am and finish at 3.00pm by prior arrangement.
Yes we like to make a record of your visits. There will be a feedback form to be completed by everyone who attends. We will anonymise these records to produce a report to our grant funders to show evidence of the interactions and impact we have had