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Recommended Professionals

In our travels, we've encountered people who are doing great work in a variety of different areas.

We'd like to introduce them as folks we trust to do right by you, and your horse. 

Moncure, North Carolina

Carla Ball

Masterson Method Certified Practitioner

Barefoot Trimming

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Falkenberg, Germany

Michael Dold

Author, Clinician, Educator, specialized in training troubled horses.

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Wales, UK

Catherine Latham

A horse trainer with over 20 years of experience, I specialize in building relationships between horses and people. 

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Oberhausen, Vienna, Austria

Hans-Michael Schobinger

Hans-Michael combines bodywork for your horse and training for both horse and rider to ensure a 360 degree approach in reaching and maintaining a high level of performance. By focusing on the physical and emotional well-being of your horse, he may help you unlock her full potential, leading to increased joy in movement, higher confidence, and an even stronger bond between horse and rider. 

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Federalsburg, Maryland

Matthew Taimuty, CJF

Over 50 years of experience as a farrier. One of only three farriers whom Mark and Crissi trust to shoe their horses. Haul-ins welcome.

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Visalia, California

Susie Cranney

Specializing in supporting Insulin Resistant and Cushing's horses. She works in collaboration with Dr. Eleanore Kellon.

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North Cambridgeshire, UK

Sue Hill

English Saddle Fitter since 2003.  My passion is the comfort and safety of both horses and riders. I am now retired from regular saddle fitting services. I am, however, available and keen to continue to offer training in the art of saddle fitting for horse owners.

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Larkhall, Scotland UK

Ross Dhu Equestrian
Mark and Morag Higgins

Specialists in Bodywork, Groundwork, Backing, Rehabilitation, Schooling, Education/qualifications, Trainers in

Dressage, Showjumping, and Eventing

Equine Assisted Therapy. 

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Rougemont, North Carolina

Amy Skinner

Author, Educator, and lifelong student helping horses and people through biomechanically correct movement.

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