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Camp Coaches & Lectures

Ryan Todd:

UKCC level 2 coach,
BEF World class programme,
Competed in two European championships at Young Rider level and U25 Grand Prix.
Currently competing at U25 Grand Prix internationally.
Backed, produced young horses to national level.
A horse and rider friendly approach with the goals and aims of the rider in mind.
Currently running his own yard with a variety of horse in training. Any level welcome

Faith Fisher-Atack BSc Honours, MCSP, HCPC, ACPSM, ACPAT A:

Faith Fisher-Atack is a category A member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapist in *Animal Therapy (ACPAT) and a chartered human physiotherapist. As an undergraduate, Faith studied physiotherapy at the University of Huddersfield following a gap year as a working rider for British show jumping team trainer, Alan Fazakerly. After graduating in 2009 in human practice, Faith spent 5 years working for Leeds United Football Club as Academy Head of Sports Science and Medicine, while at the same time studying for a Post Graduate Diploma at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London. Faith graduated as a chartered veterinary physiotherapist in 2012 and chose to establish Equine Physio Services. To date the service has delivered to over 700 equine clients following referral from multiple veterinary practices. The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy (ACPAT) is a Clinical Interest Group of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and represents the interests of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy. Animals, like people, respond to physiotherapy. The purpose of physiotherapy is to restore and maintain mobility, function, independence and performance. ACPAT members are fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapists (MCSP's) who have also trained in physiotherapy and rehabilitation for animals. The total number of years of combined study is therefore a minimum of 5 years.

Dan Martin:

SENr Performance Nutritionist for Professional Jockeys Association, Injured Jockeys Fund, British Athletics & England Hockey AASE. PhD Researcher @LJMUNutrition

Dan is a Lecturer of Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition and consults as a Performance Nutritionist for several professional sports teams. He is based in West Yorkshire and delivers nutrition education and cookery workshops to the jockeys at Northern Racing College. His academic role enables his work as a Nutritionist to be evidence-based using the most contemporary and credible research available.

Kate Mackintosh:

Equipilates™ Master Trainer
Chartered Physiotherapist, Pilates Instructor and
Biomechanics Master Trainer

Kate is a Chartered Physiotherapist at The Physios ( and the Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust in Sheffield. Kate has been working with riders and their horses for over 20 years, initially as a BHS qualified instructor before moving to Canada in 2004 where she qualified as a Therapeutic Riding Instructor. Kate completed an MSc in Rehabilitation Science in 2007 and in 2009 began training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute which allowed her to begin offering small Pilates classes for riders. Kate was one of the first teachers to complete Equipilates™ teacher training and has a wealth of experience along with real enthusiasm and a fascinating skill set. She is now an Equipilates™ master trainer, delivering the EBT and EAI courses to aspiring Equipilates™ trainers. As a rider Kate has competed in BE and BD and has found Pilates invaluable for correcting her own bad habits. Equipilates™ allows her to identify any imbalance and helps maximise every rider's potential, improving their riding and the horse's movement as a partnership. Kate is also a qualified Hippotherapist which utilises the horse's movement to provide physiotherapy treatment to clients. Equipilates™ allows Kate to identify any imbalance and helps maximise every rider's potential, improving their riding and the horse's movement as a partnership. She will help you with awareness techniques both on and off the horse to develop your
Core and balance
Improve your timing and feel
Help develop your horse's balance and responsiveness
Develop poise and partnership with your horse

Gill Collinson:

Emma Green:

E Green Animal Physiotherapy was set up by our equine physiotherapist Emma Green after twenty five years working within the equine industry.

Emma's experience and achievements are extensive. These include working within British Show jumping and stud yards, dressage yards, working as part of the West Yorkshire Police Mounted Section and an equine nutritionist for a UK leading feed company. Emma lived in Switzerland for three years, training, competing and travelling the International dressage circuit with the Swiss dressage team, under the guidance of Olympic, European, and World Equestrian Games rider Hans Staub and International dressage rider and team member Simonne Staub.

Emma qualified with a BSc degree in Equine Science and Management in 2004 and went on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy, specialising in equine and canine physiotherapy. Emma furthered her education by studying equine chiropractory techniques allowing her to offer skeletal manipulation techniques and gaining her qualification in equine kinesiology taping.

Emma offers the highest standard of veterinary physiotherapy and is accredited by the Register of Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP), the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT) and the Association of Scientific Study of Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (ASSVAP). Alongside providing equine physiotherapy and canine physiotherapy services Emma provides educational presentations and demonstrations for equine and canine owners as well as writing articles for a number of published magazines and journals.

Emma works closely with a number of vets, equine competition centres and charities.

Emma owns horses and dogs herself and therefore has a great understanding of how stressful it can be when your animal is not well. With this in mind she offers the very best treatment, ensuring your animal is happy, calm and comfortable during treatments.

Stephen Thompson:

Stephen Thompson is a local rider based on his own yard in the Nottinghamshire area. He trains and competes at all three disciplines and has successfully produced young horses taking them through the levels. Stephen takes great pride in working with horse and rider in a sympathetic way to help them set goals and achieve them. Having trained with a wide range of professionals personally, he aims to bring fresh ideas to all riders. Stephen has a wide range of clients ranging from pony club level children to international Para dressage riders and 4 star eventers.

Beatrice Stocks-Seels:

Beatrice is a British Eventing Accredited Coach and Bhsai who has also produced and competed horses up to intermediate level. Coaches nervous/novice riders to BE Novice level. Training riders regularly in dressage, showjumping, cross country. Regularly updating coaching with training from top international coaches.

She like's all her pupils to achieve their goals no matter how small and to feel a sense of accomplishment following each session. Sessions are made fun and encouraging but educational at the same time and the basics are never forgotten. Beatrice makes sure both horse and rider to go away feeling confident.

Nicola Shuttleworth :


Kate Appleyard: BHSSM, BHSII, Professional Accredited Coach

Available to train all levels of horses and riders in every aspects of equestrianism.

Training success with riders from grass roots to National Level British Dressage, British eventing and British show jumping.  I adopt a structured training programme individually tailored to the needs of both horse and rider, with the emphasis being on the correct influence the rider has on the horse. With this in mind the horses welfare is priority and I never use short cuts at any level. I endeavour to make each training session fun and productive, and give the rider something positive to go away with. I am happy to teach groups or individuals.

On a personal note I have competed across all the disciplines. I have evented to Advanced Level, Show jumped to Foxhunter Level and competed British Dressage to Medium Level. I have produced many horses from unbroken to successful competition horses, so am more than happy to train young and green horses and  riders.
Contact details
Phone 07740 175286

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