What is Combination Horsemanship?

Combines old and new training techniques
Encourages a personalised approach to training - every horse and situation is unique!
Positive approach to training with Empathy, Patience and Persistence
Informed by the latest research

For more information please see our About page.

They consider the horse's point of view and work with them as partners instead of forcing them. I will definitely be asking them to help throughout my horses' training!
- Previous client

How can Combination Horsemanship help you?

Combination Horsemanship is a generalised approach to all aspects of horsemanship. It can be applied in a wide range of situations including:
Behavioural problem-solving
Tacking up, the farrier, loading, clipping, catching, spooking, napping etc
Starting and ridden issues
Backing, rider confidence, going “on the bit”, responsiveness, jump refusals, ‘strong’ horses etc
Groundwork
Lunging, long-lining, in-hand work, liberty, trick training and more
Management and health
Choosing tack and equipment, routine, enrichment, diet etc

Our services

Are you stuck on a horse-related problem? Not sure what to do next, or perhaps even lacking the confidence to begin? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there! Combination Horsemanship is here to help.
We offer reliable ongoing support and guidance either online or by phone. Discuss and talk through your goals with a friendly professional. We understand that every horse is different, not everyone has the same experience or confidence and it’s ok to ask questions! Read more
Discuss your goals with us and we'll create a bespoke training plan tailored to you and your horse that offers detailed advice that you can refer to as you strive to achieve your aims independently. We will break things down for you to make the plan easy to follow and understand. We also offer ongoing support should you have any questions or your goals change. Read more
We can also come to you! Sometimes having someone “on the ground” is the best way to assess and address your goals. Discuss with us to figure out which option is best for you. Read more
If you would like to learn more about Combination Horsemanship and see what we’re about, please take a look at our publication, Good Horse, and “like” our Facebook page to show your support!