Sarah has lived and breathed horses her whole life but she decided to study the science of equine behaviour after unknowingly buying a horse who would dangerously rear and spin. After desperately seeking advice Sarah realised that no well-known trainers nor popular methods out there could help resolve this behaviour in a kind way, nor explain WHY it was happening.
Having already graduated university with a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science, Sarah returned to Warwickshire University to study the science of equine behaviour, which was to be the start of her passionate vocation as a registered behaviourist.
In addition to helping horse owners overcome obstacles and achieve rewarding results with their horses on a daily basis, Sarah presents talks and demos and also writes for various publications including Your Horse magazine, Horse & Hound and The GaitPost online.
Sarah is obsessed with learning more about horses through study and CPD’s. Mostly though, she gives thanks on a daily basis to her greatest teacher, the true expert in equine behaviour – the horse!