First CENTERED RIDING® instructor and
First SURE FOOT® practitioner in Northern Ireland

Rehabilitation & support

When your horse needs rehabilitation or training I can help you. There is a lot you can do but knowing when and what is sometimes difficult to determine. Looking and listening to your horse is very important and I can help you understand your horse better.

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Centered riding

Centered Riding instruction

Centered Riding helps horse and rider work in harmony and in a natural way. This is therefore the basis from which I teach. The rider is relaxed, conscious, centered and in balance. As a result of this your horse will be more consious, centered and balanced. A good starting point for both.

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Sure Foot

SURE FOOT®

Imagine your horse becoming his own teacher and finding inner harmony. The SURE FOOT Program gives you the tools to offer your horse this profoundly meaningful experience of self-learning. Creating relaxation, improving performance with greater freedom of movement, improving performance with greater freedom of movement, and improved wellbeing.

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About Linda

I offer a helping hand to human and horses based on respect, calmness and safety.
I have an open minded view on things and make contact to support without judgement.

Djarra, travelling together

For Djarra I have found a new family in the Netherlands.
In 2019 I will emigrate to Northern Ireland to follow my passion and dream to only work with horses. I will describe my encounters here.

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4 July 2021

VIDEO – Faith getting her first Guasha treatment

Take a sunny afternoon and lots of time to spent with a horse. Working with a herd has many advantages for me. Horses are keenly aware of anything that is going on, in and around the herd. So introducing Guasha to them in this setting gives a more shy horse the time to watch and feel how a more confident horse responds to me. Read more »

Trailrunning, travelling alone

Since 2018 I also travel alone, barefoot and running. Discovering new trails and applying all I have learned to myself in a different way.

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2 January 2020

New years day: Race over the Glens

Best way to start the new year: Run the Glens in Glanariff Forest Park. A 6 mile trail in for me chalanging terrain (217 elevation meters). Best weather you can wish for and with totaly no expectation other then to really enjoy a day in the glens. Read more »