In The Press
She turned my moody mare into a happy horse.
Sue’s nomination for Your Horse’s Inspiration Award from Andrea Parry-Clarke
Get your nose into one of these reads and grey January will be over in a flash”
Horse and Hound listing “Understanding Horse Performance Brain, Pain, or Training?” as a recommended read AGAIN!
This exciting collection of practical tips encourages the reader to look at life from their horse’s point of view, with unique hand drawn cartoons that have them giggling to themselves while they read.
Staffordshire Outlook’s review of Sue’s fantastic book Helpful Horse Hints.
“Whether you are struggling with a training issue or want to improve your relationship with your horse, Sue Palmer’s wise words will help.”
Horse Magazine recommending “Understanding Horse Performance Brain, Pain, or Training?” as their book of the month in December 2016
- July 2017: “Best Equine Physiotherapist” in the West Midlands, by the Animal Health and Wellness Awards
- July 2018: "Best Equine Physiotherapist" in the Midlands Enterprise Awards, hosted by SME-News
- 2020: Best Equine Physiotherapist 2020 — UK
Here are a selection of some of The Horse Physio’s media appearances!
I definitely feel equipped to carry out this routine for my own horse now that I’ve seen the DVD, and recommend it as an easy, effective way to learn this new skill.
Review of Sue’s DVD: Horse Massage for Horse Owners from the Horsemanship Magazine.
We are trying to raise awareness to help protect the general public from unscrupulous practitioners.
Sue as quoted in Frontline, raising awareness of chartered physiotherapists.