Sue Palmer has spent the past 30 years working in the equestrian industry. From working as a behaviourist to training as a physiotherapist and gaining her Stage 3 in Complete Horsemanship (BHSAI) she has immersed herself in developing her understanding of the horse. She is passionate about ensuring that more people understand that your horse can only communicate pain and discomfort through his behaviour.
Does your horse put his ears back when you do up his girth? Is he easier to ride on one rein than the other? Would you like to understand why?
Brain, pain or training provides a framework for you to work out why your horse is doing what he is So that you can respond accordingly and build a better relationship with your horse.