Good Horse services in Durham


Durham: Solving Problems

Justine Harrison is a qualified equine behavourist who applies the science of behaviour and learning to help you understand and solve horse behaviour problems. Horses in all disciplines may have problems from time to time. These could be handling issues such as leading or... > View Profile

Durham: Wide Range of Saddles

Pony Cob and Horse saddles are focussed on delivering high quality service and customer satisfaction. What We Do: We are specialist saddle fitters providing a comprehensive mobile saddle fitting service throughout the north of England and North Wales. We are probably best known... > View Profile

Durham: Approved Livery

Holmside Hall Equestrian is an established exclusive family business that aims to provide the highest level of customer service to each individual horse and rider, combined with the use of unequalled equestrian facilities in a warm, sociable atmosphere. Our facilities are BHS... > View Profile

Durham: Affinity with horses

Not many people in the world can truly say they love the work they do. I have loved horses since I first sat on one when I was just 2 years old (back in 1961). As I grew up I found that I have an affinity with horses and that we like, trust and respect each other. So now I feel... > View Profile

Durham: 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

Durham: Attention to Detail

European Saddles can supply both new and pre-owned Amerigo and Equipe dressage and jumping saddles. We are approved Amerigo and Equipe saddle fitters, with a complete demonstration range. Tiffany has been involved with the training horses for more than ten years, and whilst... > View Profile

Durham: Relieve Tension

Mark Noble is a fully qualified animal/ veterinary chiropractor specialising in the treatment of Spinal Dysfunction in the horse. Chiropractic offers a non invasive, natural and holistic approach to the well being and healthcare of your horse. This treatment utilises specific... > View Profile

Durham: 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

Durham: Eve Andreski Photography

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

Durham: Helping Horses Cope

Debbie offers advice and counselling on all aspects of equine behaviour. She is a qualified behaviour consultant with a background in person-centred counselling, uniquely placed to understand how to change horses’ behaviour for the better, and how to help owners succeed... > View Profile

Durham: Non Weight Bearing Exercise

Set in the Yorkshire Dales in 150 acres of farmland, which is also home to our flock of pedigree Texel sheep - Beautry Texels. Excellent facilities ensure that your horse has the best possible opportunities for maximum fitness and/or recovery: c ircular... > View Profile

Durham: 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

Durham: Care for Hooves

The Natural Hoof is a partnership between trimmers Julie Bailey (UKNHCP certified) and David Barrett. The business covers the North West of England, caring for approximately 200 horses.  Julie Bailey: I became involved in natural hoof care in 2002. David... > View Profile

Durham: Janet Ellis - 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