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Lostford Team

Professional Equine Rehabilitation

All our staff understand and appreciate the concerns you may have when sending your horse away for fitness or rehabilitation.

We ensure that whilst your horse is in our care, we always keep updated with your horse's progress and will send you regular videos and pictures of your horse. throughout their stay at Lostford.

Our staff receive frequent training from industry professionals to maintain the highest level of competence and care.  We use the best equipment available which is regularly serviced to provide the best possible experience for horse and owner. 

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Clare Ellam

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Amy Myatt

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Abbie Thomas

Meet the Team!

Clare Ellam

Clare has been working in equine rehab for over 26 years. Initially qualified as a Mctimoney Corley Therapist, Clare then became on of the first therapists in the country to specialise in thermal imaging. Clare has invested heavily to grow Lostford into one of the main Equine Rehab yards in the UK. The straight swim pool is currently under development. You can see more about therapies available on therapies page.

 

Amy Myatt

Has worked for Clare for 7 years as an assistant trainer and yard manager. She has worked within the racing industry for 20 years and was an apprentice jockey for Dave Evans. Amy rides all the horses from dressage to racehorses.

Abbie Thomas

Abbie is dedicated member of the team and has a genuine passion for horses, she enjoys eventing in her spare time.

Marc Jerram AWCF BSc (Hons) Grad Dip ELR Master Farrier

Marc graduated as a Farrier in 2006 and then passed the Foundation degree in Farriery Science with distinction in 2011 before then obtaining the AWCF (Associate of the Worshipful Company of Farriers) corrective farriery qualification in 2012. Marc then achieved a first-class BSc (Hons) degree in Farriery science and was awarded the Myerscough Bowl for outstanding grades. 

 

More recently he passed the Graduate Diploma in Equine Locomotor Research at the Royal Veterinary college resulting in his third degree in Farriery Science and fourth higher farriery qualification. So far, Marc is the only Farrier to have achieved qualifications from a combination of the Worshipful Company of Farriers, University of Central Lancashire, and Royal Veterinary College. Marc has also been awarded the title of ‘Master Farrier’ by the Worshipful Company of Farriers.

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