Coaching with Horses

Come and visit Donegal to meet my herd, or I can bring them to you for corporate retreats and other events.

Meet the herd:


Blossom is a Welsh Mountain Pony who is one of the most beautiful creatures on the planet. And she knows it. She enjoys adoration, but tires of it quickly. She is a prolific trophy winner when she can be bothered. Despite looking like an archetypal child’ pony, she’s not that keen on children and pulls terrible faces to let them know. Currently in foal to an equally exquisite Welsh Mountain Pony stallion.


A miniature Shetland who was rescued as a yearling from a tiny garden on a housing estate. It took five months after he arrived to hear Zac neigh, he’d really forgotten how to be a pony and had some health issues. Now fully grown and properly rehabilitated, Zac is boisterous and a constant mischief maker. He is learning to pull a teeny cart as a way of keeping him out of trouble.


The newest member of the herd, Beau is a Welsh Section C (Welsh Pony of Cob Type). He is a total show off and utter cuddle monster. He has the most beautiful floating paces and power yet gentle and sensitive with it.


Our older gentleman, Ryan retired to us for a quieter life at the seaside. He is still fit and a true workman at heart. Ryan doesn’t really enjoy pampering or fuss – he’d rather just get on with his job. Ever sensible but never boring, he was a super fast horse in his day and still enjoys a good gallop on the beach. He has a commanding presence in the herd, his role veering from protection to disciplinarian depending on need.


Another Welsh Mountain Pony Tara can be bossy and domineering with the others, especially at feeding time. She is a superstar of a child’s pony. Loves jumping and has won at dressage and extensively in the showring. She is kind hearted, a quick learner and super sparky.

Coaching with Horses