Smallwood Centre of Excellence INDIBA

Gaby has been a professional full time equine veterinary physiotherapist for over 30 years. She has a proven track record in the field of equine physiotherapy, rehabilitation and performance enhancement.

She created the Centre of Excellence at Smallwood Livery to provide:

  • An intensive treatment and performance centre;

  • Physiotherapy post veterinary intervention;

  • Injury prevention and management, via day-patient visits;

  • Regular farrier and saddlery clinics; and

  • Postural working clinics, that highlight what the horse needs to reach its full potential.

Harriet Noakley

UK CC Level 2 BE Coach

Harriet has ridden horses most of her life. 

Her earliest memories are from Rochdale Riding Club where she participated and competed in all riding club activities as a Junior, she rode in the team at the National Championships in showjumping and eventing.

Harriet competed British Showjumping as a Junior, including in the National Showjumping and Eventing Championship teams and competed successfully at 1.20m on ponies at a National level.  She then started eventing as she moved into Seniors, instantly qualifying for the BE100 at Badminton Grassroots where she was only one of a handful of double clears.  Eventing then became her passion.

Harriet competed up to Intermediate level eventing Internationally and trains at Advanced Medium, British Dressage. She has competed at many Regionals and Championships in both disciplines where she trains and produces many inexperienced horses through the levels.

Harriet has a wealth of knowledge and experience.  She worked for two Olympic event riders, an Italian Grand Prix Dressage rider and International show jumpers in the UK and Italy.

Harriet has schooled young inexperienced horses to advanced level and travelled across Europe to high profile shows.

Harriet Noakley Equine was established six years ago, specialising in competition and schooling livery. 

As an accredited UKCC Level 2 British Eventing Coach, Harriet excels in and thoroughly enjoys the teaching aspect of this sport. She strives for horse and rider to understand how to get the best from each other and for riders to be able to confidently execute their training at home.

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