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University Centre Reaseheath

Faye McTigue

I thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of my undergraduate experience, including social activities the campus had to offer. Not only did I gain knowledge and experience across a wide range of equine focused subjects, I also developed study and research skills that have been fundamental in both my academic and work experiences thus far.

Seminar tackles equine safeguarding in sport

Seminar tackles equine safeguarding in sport Ways of creating a more positive public image of horses in sport were explored at a groundbreaking seminar on Equine Performance and Safeguarding which began its national tour at Reaseheath College and University Centre in Nantwich. Presented by acknowledged equine performance consultant Dr Anne Bondi and by Dr Sue […]

Rachael Cardus

Rachael Cardus BSc (Hons) Equine Science and Sports Performance Dean’s Award for Outstanding Achievement and Personal Progression “Balancing family and study demands were tricky at times but my lecturers were incredibly encouraging and I could turn to them at any time for support.” Dean’s award 2022 Rachael was the recipient of the Dean’s Award for Outstanding […]

Beth Morse-Wolfe

Beth Morse-Wolfe Lecturer and Course Manager   Beth completed her BSc (Hons) in Bioveterinary Science, and her MRes in Animal Reproduction Science, at Harper Adams University. Beth worked on an equine stud farm as a laboratory technician in Whitchurch, Shropshire for 4 and a half years following graduation, processing, shipping and coordinating equine semen collections […]

James Rayner

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James Rayner Advanced Practitioner and Lecturer James holds an MSc in Equine Science from the University of Edinburgh, BSc (Hons) Equine Sport Science, PGCE and the British Horse Society Preliminary Instructors Certificate. Prior to Reaseheath, James was Barn Manager and Research Assistant for an International Sport Horse Facility and Research Centre in the United States […]

Sarah Loveday-Lovell

Sarah Loveday-Lovell Lecturer and Course Manager Sarah’s varied qualifications include an MA in Business, a BSc (Hons) in Equine Studies and a postgraduate teaching qualification in Higher Education. Sarah brings with her a wealth of industry experience to the HE Equine team. She has competed in all disciplines but in recent years Sarah has concentrated […]

Hayley Wild

Hayley Wild Lecturer and Course Manager Hayley completed BSc (Hons) Geography at Lancaster University, BSc (Hons) Equine Science at University Centre Reaseheath, and MSc Equine Performance Health & Welfare at Nottingham Trent University. Hayley studied traditional and contemporary horse training methods in the UK and US and studied free roaming ponies in UK and Spain. […]

Sophie Park

Sophie Park Lecturer and Course Manager Sophie completed BSc (Hons) Bioveterinary Science at Harper Adams University, gaining a 1st class degree with her dissertation studying the effects of maternal blood and saliva cortisol level on neonatal lamb behaviour. Sophie has extensive experience with ruminants, and worked as a Research Assistant on Harper Adams APAS unit, […]

Jessica Harley

Jessica Harley Lecturer and Course Manager  Jessica has a Master of Research from the University of Chester and ten years of academic and industry research experience. She is the former Chair of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) Animal Welfare Working Group (2016-2022) and co-editor of the BIAZA Animal Welfare Toolkit, […]

Lucianna Churchill

Lucianna Churchill Programme Leader  Lucianna completed her MVetPhys in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Writtle University College in 2019, and is a member of NAVP. Lucianna is currently a registered and practicing Veterinary Physiotherapist and has interests in injury, rehabilitation and biomechanics. Lucianna also has completed her PGCE. Research Interests Equine/Canine Rehabilitation and Therapy Equine/Canine Performance and Fitness Canine […]