Hi! I’m Caroline

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Like you, perhaps, my involvement with horses is a life-long story. I have loved horses ever since I can remember.

Horse life for most of us, is a journey of highs and lows – excitement and elation when things are going well – and disappointment and heartache when injuries happen – or frustration when you feel something’s not quite right but you just can’t get to the root of it.

Some years ago, I realized that most of my frustration stemmed from a sense of helplessness – I relied completely on the advice of professionals who very often gave me conflicting advice – and I just didn’t know enough so that I could be a proper advocate for my horse. 

I spent my scarce free time watching YouTube videos and reading posts on social media

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But I still felt I couldn’t be 100% sure if what I was ‘learning’ was fact or just opinion!

 

I decided I would try to become the best horse owner I could be and along the way, I realized that other people were having similar experiences to me.

So, on behalf of myself and others like me,  I started Equitopia with the goal of creating a resource that I wish I had access to years ago. 

I reached out to people with relevant knowledge and experience who could educate me. I wanted to get past opinion and really find tried and tested evidence-based information that would be good for me and my horses.

I have taken the greatest care to ensure that everything you find on this site can be trusted.

Take a look at what you can get here…

Click on the arrows to read details about each type of content we produce at Equitopia

Whole Horse Whole Rider Education

From some of the world’s leading experts

Meet some of the people I have learnt from –

who will also share what they know with you!

Mary Wanless

Dr Sue Dyson

Dr Gerd Heuschmann

Katja Porenta

Dr Andrew McLean

Wendy Murdoch

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