Helen Reynolds , Owner
An equestrian of over 40 years , Helen has always had the desire to own a livery yard that truly delivers. Not one to sit on her laurels, Helen trained as an Equine Therapist and works across many modalities. Her keen eye for the equine physique and gait analysis has proved to be invaluable. Helen is an FEI Permitted Therapist as well as an Equine Thermographer. Her experience in the latter led her to be the Chief and sole Thermographer at the Ready Steady Tokyo 2019 event as well as the Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.
Helen uses her expertise in the day to day running of the yard and in the production of rehab programmes as well as training other Therapists.
Zak Reynolds, Co-Owner
Having married an equestrian, Zak has held little choice but to get involved with the day to day running of a busy yard. He can often be found mending something! As a Personal Trainer, Zak understands the need to be fit as a rider and assists the yard by delivering personal 1-2-1 PT sessions in the onsite Foxhill Gym. Working on core strength, cardio and general muscle strength, his ability to personalise these sessions to the horse rider has been invaluable.
Faith Dibley , Yard Manager
Having joined us straight from school, Faith has continued her studies with Foxhill Livery to undertake her Level 2 and Level 3 In Equine Care and Management and holds the Senior Groom Certification. Faith's passion lies in ensuring the yard runs smoothly, with horses needs fully catered for. Faith enjoys the rehab process of the horse and is very often the first member of staff back on board after a period out of work. In her spare time Faith likes to compete in show jumping and XC events
Bailey Giddings, Senior Groom
Bailey joined Foxhill having having previously worked as a competition groom. Bailey was keen to have a greater knowledge of all disciplines as well as rehabilitation of horses. Bailey has therefore joined the team to undertake his senior groom qualifications with a focus on rehabilitation.
Bailey assists Helen and Faith in the smooth day to day running of the Foxhill At Lordington site as well as the exercising of the horses.
Maddie Styles, Groom
Maddie joined Foxhill from school, wishing to commence her career in the equine sector, starting with her Level 2 In Equine Care and Stable Management.
Having completed her Level 2 at an equestrian college, Beth wanted to complete her L3 within a working environment. Working closely with Faith, Beth assists in the exercise of the horses as well as the rehabilitation. Beth has a keen interest in showjumping.
Ellie Bews, Groom
Having worked in a local yard and riding school, Ellie wanted to progress with formal qualifications in the equine sector and has joined us to pursue her education to achieve Senior Groom status.
New Member 2, Senior Groom
Connie Sullivan, Yard Farrier
As Owner of Sullivan Equine Services, Connie is an important part of the day to day and rehab team here at Foxhill. An experienced Farrier with experience of performance and sports horses, Connie has worked with many top performance teams across many disciplines throughout Europe. Connie's secret passion however lies with remedial work and as such he has also trained as Sports Massage and Rehabilitation Therapist. This additional qualification has given Connie a greater insight into the equine athlete. Connie along with his team work from their dedicated farrier bay within the yard and assist in routine and veterinary reviews of the horses
Liphook Equine Hospital, Appointed Yard Vets
Liphook Equine Hospital is one of the largest specialist veterinary practices in the UK. They dedicated to the horse world providing an ambulatory and referral service 24/7 and are our chosen yard appointed Vets for all matters
Meet The Team
Looking to join #TeamFoxhill
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