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Brain, Pain or Training? What is your horse saying?
Renowned author Sue Palmer MCSP has spent the past 30 years working in the equestrian industry. Working initially as a BHSAI and equine behaviourist (Intelligent Horsemanship Recommended Trainer), she went on to spend seven years qualifying as an ACPAT and RAMP registered Chartered Physiotherapist. Sue is driven by her passion for sharing knowledge around how to recognise and resolve pain behaviour in horses, to enable you to achieve greater success and a deeper relationship with your horse.
Does your horse put his ears back when you do his girth up? Is he easier to ride on one rein than the other? Would you like to understand why?
Sue’s latest book, ‘Understanding Horse Performance: Brain, Pain or Training?’ provides a framework for you to better understand your horse, to help you achieve better dressage scores, more clear rounds, a safer hack, or simply a deeper relationship. Recommended by Horse and Hound and with a foreword by Richard Davison (plus 27 guest contributors including Lucinda Green, Monty Roberts and Dr David Marlin), this book and DVD is a ‘must have’ for anyone who wants to get the most from their horse.
To find out more about Sue, visit her website and sign up to receive her free e-newsletter at www.thehorsephysio.co.uk, join her on Patreon at www.patreon.com/thehorsephysio, find her Facebook page at The Horse Physio, her Twitter page @thehorsephysio, and her blog at https://www.ethicalhorseproducts.co.uk/ehpblog/.
Join us for a relaxed and informative Brain, Pain or Training demonstration from Sue on Tuesday 6th November at 7.30pm at Rodbaston College, Staffordshire, ST195PH, where Sue will discuss and demonstrate some of the exercises in both ‘Brain, Pain or Training’ and another of her books ‘Horse Massage for Horse Owners’, so that you can give them a go with your own horse. There will be plenty of time for questions at the end, and copies of Sue’s books and DVDs will be available on the night.
Tickets £10 - please contact Annabel on [email protected]
to book your place.
‘Understanding Horse Performance: Brain, Pain or Training?’ and ‘Horse Massage for Horse Owners’, as well as Sue’s other books and a small selection of carefully chosen products endorsed by Sue, are available from Ethical Horse Products (https://www.ethicalhorseproducts.co.uk/QuickShop/Specials.php).