I offer a complete service whether it is answering a simple question, one to one training sessions, clinics and demos to lectures and full professional development days for equestrian students.


If you have a question about bitless or want to discuss options then please feel free to email me. Alternatively you could try our unique questionnaire which asks for the important information.

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Do you want help going bitless or ride bitless and cannot find a trainer. I offer sessions in transistioning horses and riders to bitless bridles as well as training in bitless bridles for all disciplines.

I also offer general riding and horsemanship lessons. Groundwork and young horses are a speciality.


Lessons are £30 per hour plus travel. Lessons readily available throughout Lincolnshire, Humberside,and parts of Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, South Yourkshire. For other parts of the country please contact me so I can arrange a day in your area to fit in other clients as well.



I offer sessions where you can try a variety of different bitless bridles to find one that suits your horse as well as get advice on transisitoning and riding bitless.

Arranged for 3 - 10 horses.

Costs: - 3-5 horses £25 per horse per hour. 6-10 horses £20 per horse per hour. Plus travel and arena hire if required.

Contact me if you are interested and I will let you know when I will be holding a clinic in your area.


I offer a range of talks and lectures.

From a general introduction to and history of bitless bridles, to discussions on how to introduce bridles, or an indepth look at all the different types of bridles, hw they work and how to fit them.

Around 1 to 11/2 hours in length, perfect for AGMs, Colleges, courses, Riding Schools, Pony/Ring Clubs.

Contact me for more details.


Aimed at the equestrian student, this is a day long course focussed on bits and bitless bridles.

Topics included:
History of bits and bitless bridles
Types of bits and bitless bridles
How they work and the effect of the horse including horse anatomy
The function of bits and bitless bridles and how this can be achieved.
Choosing the most appriopriate equipment.

Contact me to discuss your requirements.

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