I have both a BSc (Hons) in the field of Equine Science and Business and MScRes in Equine Behaviour and Welfare from the Royal Agricultural University, with my research specialising in exploring equine neurophysiology and subsequent effects on behaviour.
I have spent a number of years working and teaching on a variety of equine yards and hold a BHS AI, as well as previously working for the BEF in their Equine Development department.
My further research areas include, equine behaviour, reproduction and performance.
Equine Management (Science), BSc (Hons), Royal Agricultural University
Sep 2012 → Jul 2015
Award Date: 22 Jul 2015
Equine Behaviour and Welfare, MScR , Royal Agricultural University
Oct 2015 → Sep 2016