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Equine distance learning students enrolled

Welcome to a few of our equine distance learning students from around the world

Enrolled on Level 1 Equine Care & Management courses:

Tess in Cornwall who is using the course both to gain equine career knowledge and as a home education study programme.  Jodie from Dundee, Scotland. Kerrie Tokens from Huntingdon. Charlotte Partington in Altrincham and Penny Hathaway from Hornchurch.  Brodie in Dundee. Louise Jeffers in Barnsley.  Amie McCarthy in Bristol.  Amie Smith from South Ockenden Essex.

Alison Ward in Tadley.  Steffi Johnson in Solihul. Amy GildinAmy Gilding in the Falklandsg from the Falkland Islands – see photo


 On the Intermediate Diploma programmes:

(Course Codes ID through to ID8):   Jayne Neaves in Aberedeenshire.  Jen Jackson from Leatherhead, Surrey.  Tess Cope from Cambridgeshire. Sharon Johnson  in Argyle.  Melissa Page in Salisbury.  Louise Pritchard from Dalkeith.  Natalie Land from Fairburn.

Sally White in Malmsbury.  Sharna from Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Tracy Dean in Stamford, Laura Pickering in Alford Lincs. Marissa Jackson in Alfreton. 

Specialist Course enrolments:

Sarah Bramwell in Northumberland,  Suzanne Compton from Sandy in Beds,  Maureen O’Shea on the Equine Psychology Course.  Beth Mitchison on the BHS Stage 1 course. Reem Al Musallam from Kuwait.

Plus many many more new students who are all now working on their courses in their own time and at their own speed..



Earlier in 2016 and some from 2015:

Adele Turner – Morpeth. Enrolled on Intermediate Diploma (Psychology)
Kristine K – Crew. Intermediate Diploma
Juliette from Surrey. Intermediate Diploma

Kimberley Gilgrist & new horse

Kimberley Gilchrist

On Level 1 equine management course: Leanne and Leonie Redhill/Sutton areas and Val Ross.  On the Equine Psychology & Behaviour course Dee Fifield, Gloucester.  More and more enrolments continued to come in during January, Feb and March and on into May, June and July 2016 proving that equestrians are thirsty for knowledge.

In April & early May 2016 we had an unexpected flurry of new students.  Emma Sheardown (paralympic listed equestrian) and Kimberly Gilchrist were amongst those involved in RDA or training for top Paralympic ratings. Later we had Kate Deacon who is working for a brilliant Rescue place called  The Horse’s Voice in Husbands Bosworth, Leics., Jenny Powell joined us in Germany, Tina Hill and Marilyn Featherstone from Wales and many more.

Emma Sheardown - paralympic

Emma Sheardown paralympic list


Photos here of Kate Deacon’s young rescue pony: before and after

Kate Deacon - before      Kate Deacon_opt

Posted by Lingfield Correspondence on Wednesday, 15 June 2016

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