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A Bit About Me

I have always loved horses and nature from a young age. Growing up on the edge of a beautiful nature reserve in Suffolk, I met some incredible people, and saw some natural rarities which are even more scarce today. This motivated me to study Ecology at Bangor University, including modules on animal behaviour, botany, practical conservation and completing my dissertation on the effects of fungal associations in the roots of grasses on their resilience to different conditions. 

I began my career in an animal feed company, before spending summer breaks from university working as a research assistant at the National Institute of Agricultural Botany. After graduating, I worked for RSPB Cymru, and various ecological consultancies. 

I have completed a mentorship with Justine Harrison of Understand Horses, and I have various continued professional development courses under my belt in equine nutrition, behaviour, paddock management methods and soil health. 

 

Appearances and Articles

Curious Equestrian Podcast
Horsemanship Journal Magazine
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, Beyond the Stable Stage
Horsemanship Showcase  
Horse and Hound Magazine
National Equine Show 
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