Jacqui Hindley focusses on a classical approach to horsemanship. She has over 30 years' experience of training horses and riders.
Jacqui qualified as a BHSII (British Horse Society Intermediate Instructor) in 1981 under Harry Douglas FBHS (Fellow British Horse Society) and has worked with horses ever since.
In 1982 Jacqui took a year off to work in Australia where she ended up spending 10 years of her life competing in eventing and dressage, instructing and retraining horses, learning about Natural Horsemanship and spending 2 months riding pack horses from Cockatoo to Canberra. She ran her own livery/training yard in the Dandenongs, Victoria.
Returning to the UK for a visit in 1987, Jacqui trained with David Pevsner FBHS who introduced her to the Alexander Technique. Jacqui qualified as an AT teacher herself in 1992 and applies this method within her teaching on the ground and on horses with much benefit and and success to her clients.
She continued her training at David Pevsner's yard where she met Minette Rice-Edwards who teaches dressage up to Grand Prix at close by Ham House Stables. Jacqui continues to work with MInette, teaching at her yard and working with her to train both horses and riders.