Good Horse services in Derbyshire

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Derbyshire: Manor Farm Equestrian Centre

Manor Farm is a newly refurbished livery yard filled with character and charm.  It is set within a picturesque village in Chesterfield, Derbyshire and allows for peaceful hacking on quiet routes and bridleways. We offer a full livery service providing a tailor made package with... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Reiki for horses and people

My name is Delcie, I am an experienced Reiki Master dedicated to the wellbeing of horse’s, people and animals.  Reiki is great!  It is a gentle yet powerful form of healing that will never harm you or your horse.  It can help your horse with many different... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Equine Reiki Staffordshire

Equine Reiki Staffordshire Reiki for horses, riders, dogs and other animals How can I help Riders and Owners?   Issues that I may be able to help with for riders/owners:   ~ Generalised stress ~ Riding related stress/nerves ~ Poor self... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Modern Equestrian

Situated just outside Glossop on the edge of the stunning High Peak National Park, Hargate Hill boasts impressive facilities including its renowned equestrian centre, wonderfully tranquil coarse fishing lakes and fly fishing ponds – not to mention 150 acres of beautiful... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Hargate Equestrian

Hargate Equestrian is a family run business which was formed in 1994. We are set in 30 acres where we have: All weather surfaces, plus large indoor school, Nature trail, Fully equipped American style stable yard, Training / lecture room, Lessons for all abilities, A centre for... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Trained Saddle Fitter covering Central England

I am a MSFC trained saddle fitter stocking a range of second hand an new saddles.   Prices for new saddles start from just £590.   > View Profile

Derbyshire: Nether Farm Stables

We offer DIY and part Livery. Rent of £35 per week includes: Free haylage in the six winter months, free use of all our facilities including, indoor school, gymkhana jumping arena, x country course and dressage arena. Mares and geldings in seperate fields. High quality stabling... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Jumpcross Training

Grangewood Farm Livery is a family run business based in the beautiful countryside of South Derbyshire in the heart of the National Forest. The Livery yard was established in 1980 and we pride ourselves on being a first class service offering full and competition livery with... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Clover Equine Services - Equine Massage Practitioner

Specialist in Equine Massage for all types of horses and ponies. Equine massage can be used as a prevention as well as to assist in their recovery post injury. All horse young to veteran, happy hacker to racehorse will benefit from a massage treatment. Treatments given are... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Astwood Equine Osteopaths

Astwood Equine Osteopaths focus on the individual needs of each horse treated. Equine osteopaths use their hands to identify and treat abnormalities within the equine structure and function. A variety of stretches, mobilizing and manipulative techniques are used to improve blood... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Eve Andreski Photography

Affordable fine art photographic portraits of you, your horse or your pet. > View Profile

Derbyshire: Equine Reiki Practitioner

Horses and Reiki. How might my horse react? Horses, like other animals are able to read our energy. They are very energy orientated and most will love to receive Reiki! It is very easy to see a horse enjoying Reiki. They will often lower their head, close their eyes, lick... > View Profile

Derbyshire: Kate Scothorne - Equine Physio

Physiotherapy can help your horse by relieving pain, increasing mobility and promoting healing. Often horses only display subtle signs of pain or discomfort such as a change in behaviour, a change in performance, stiffness or a change in their normal movement... > View Profile

Derbyshire: 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

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