We are are now offering 'FREE VISIT ZONE DAYS' to all our areas. This is in response to demand from clients worried about spiralling costs and to improve efficiency and therefore our carbon footprint.

Emily Constable – Practice Manager

As practice manager Emily deals with the day-to-day running of the practice and has a significant responsibility to ensure the smooth running of the business. She is passionate about all things equine and in particular horse welfare. She has ridden and owned horses for over 20 years and has a very impressive CV. This includes time as a working pupil with International Dressage judge Stephen Clarke. She also spent a period at a large racing yard in Cheshire working as a Racing Secretary for trainer David Murray Smith and before taking over as our Practice Manager she was PA to the managing director at a pharmaceutical marketing company.

Away from work she has shown her own and produced other peoples’ horses competing at HOYS for several years on her own horses Silvern Sheena and MG Vaquero as well as a number of other horses.

Jodie Gibson

Jodie has been riding for 23 years, currently owning a three year old pure bred Arab who she loves to show inhand. Her and Brodie have been bronze international champion two years running at UK International Arab Horse Show (UKIAHS). Training horses and showing inhand is her passion, enjoying the look on clients face when they are overjoyed by the results. Her next goal is to break Brodie, show him as a novice and eventually aims to qualify him for HOYS. When she is not busy training she likes to dig out a scrap book and sketch, sitting for hours shading or even just putting all her ideas on one page and seeing how it plans out.

Emily Myatt

Emily has owned and ridden horses for 18 years having 3 horses of her own, stabled not far from the practice. Having shown at several county shows and the Horse Of the Year Show showing is her passion. Her role at The Practice includes dealing with sarcoids, customer service, and general duties in the office as well as assisting in operations.

Sapphire Bates – Groom

Sapphire completed her level 2 horse care course in 2016 at Myerscough college and then gained experience grooming for local yards. In 2018 as Sapphire developed her passion for horses she started breaking and working with quirky green horses. This work gave her experience along side show producers in the northwest area, ensuring the yards were kept to the highest standards along with prepping horses for shows. Since joining the team in October Sapphire has found her role very rewarding working alongside the vets and their treatments. “Having different horses each week in the clinic, including the occasional donkey, means the job never gets old and being able to adapt to each horses’ needs has come in handy.”

Outside of work Sapphire spends most of her time with her own quirky thoroughbred, Benson. Sapphire also enjoys going out with her farm friends to the local pub, and even riding to the pub if the weather allows. She also enjoys having Sunday dinner with mum, siblings and grandad.