I am a Freelance BHSAI Horse Riding Instructor, I offer horse riding lessons and training to help all horse and rider combinations to gain confidence and achieve their goals, through holistic training.
I teach private, one to one horse riding lessons and I am available to cater for group horse riding lessons as well, should you prefer to share riding lessons with friends or family.
I will happily travel to your stables and I currently cover the Herts, Beds & Essex areas. I also have access to excellent facilities in Hertfordshire, should you prefer to travel and hire facilities for your riding lessons.
I regularly teach horse riding lessons for local pony clubs and I have over 20 years experience teaching horse riding, horse handling, stable management and groundwork to private clients, riding school clients, college students as well as pony club goers of all ages and abilities.
Confidence building is a specialty, as well as difficult horses and challenging situations.
I am patient and compassionate, which resonates through my teaching. I have been highly trained and I have a deep understanding of the horse’s physical capabilities as well as their mental and emotional needs, which play a huge part in all areas of training. I am also very aware of the rider’s capabilities, their feelings and desires to understand what it is that is being asked of them and how best to achieve it.
I am available to teach adults and children.
To discuss your requirements please call Susie on 07771 995 284 or if you prefer, please feel free to send me an email to – [email protected]
“Recently Susie joined a yard where I was working at with her amazing horse Magic. After a couple of days of settling in, it was clear to see the amazing bond that Susie has with her horse; from how she rides him, to understanding his behaviour. This was brilliant as it opened my eyes to a whole new world of horses and their ability to communicate with us.
From a young age I have always been around horses and animals, and shared too. When I first started to ride, to possibly a year ago. I was always taught that if the horse was naughty or difficult it was generally down to a couple of factors; “Needs a stronger bit”, “You’re not a good enough rider” or “ It’s just a bit green, hasn’t been ridden in ages!”
However after meeting Susie and having lessons with her, she made me understand more about horses and what they were trying to tell me, without Susie I don’t think I would have been able to build such fantastic relationships with the horses that I ride now.”
Jessica Jones, Horse Rider, Hertfordshire