Both Elms Farm and County Farm offer a tranquil setting for each horse and owner. We offer a bespoke livery service to ensure that the horse's and owner's requirements are met. We believe that the care of horses require a holistic approach and so we work alongside a great team of vets, farriers and trainers to ensure that your horse is kept happy and healthy.
After attending Chelmsford County High School, Natalie graduated from Writtle College in 2007 with a BSc (Hons) in Equine Science and a Higher National Diploma in the same subject. She has since continued with her professional development by completing an Equine Sports Massage qualification with world renowned equine physiotherapist, Mary Bromiley. She is now a qualified human and equine sports massage therapist.
Natalie has owned horses from the age of 14 and has gained experience of a number of equine enterprises, including three years of seasonal work in the Lake District and three months as a back-up guide at a horseback safari business in Mashatu, Botswana.
She has a particular interest in the rehabilitation of horses from injury or psychological issues and genuinely cares about the horse's wellbeing. Because of studying and appreciating the importance of a holistic approach to horse care, each horse is treated as an individual to ensure that its management is appropriate to its needs.