About Us

White Horse Equine Therapy is run by Kay Adams - a fully qualified and insured Equine Body Worker, having trained and certified through Equinology. She works with all types of horses, from the elderly companion to top competition horses, both at their own yards and at events for pre-and post-competition massages.

Prior to qualifying as an equine therapist, Kay graduated from the University of the West of England with an Honours Degree in Equine Science. Following time spent at the Equine Research Foundation in California and a year working at the Royal (Dick) Equine Veterinary Hospital in Edinburgh, Kay continued her education with an MSc in Equine Science at the University of Aberystwyth, where she developed a strong interest in anatomy, exercise physiology, veterinary science and the welfare of the horse.

Kay has also trained as an equine thermal imaging technician with Donna Harper DVM, one of the leading experts in equine thermography in the USA, and has completed the BETA Lorinery course studying bits and bit fitting for horses. This, alongside her Equine Body Work, enables her to assess many aspects of the horse and improve comfort, welfare and performance from all angles. Further CPD attendance has included the Jon Pitts Fit to Ride Foundation Coaching course allowing consideration of rider biomechanics on the performance and rehabilitation of the horse, Neue Schule bitting training days and an equine myofascial release course.

For the last six years, Kay has lectured on a range of equine degree programmes in subjects including Anatomy and Physiology, Equine and Human Sports Science, Rehabilitation and Therapy, Equine Behaviour and Equine Nutrition.

To book an appointment or for any enquiries, questions or queries please call us on 07793 768835 or email info@whitehorseequinetherapy.co.uk

Equine Therapy
Equine Therapy
We provide expert care to both leisure and competition horses throughout East Sussex, West Sussex and Kent.

Equine Body Work
Equine Body Work
Equine body work is beneficial for box-rested horses, competition horses and veteran horses.

Equine Sports Massage
Equine Sports Massage
A horse has 700 muscles, when these muscles become tight it can restrict the horses movement and become uncomfortable.
Equine Bit Fitting
Equine Bit Fitting
We specialise in bit fitting. It is very important that a bit is fitted correctly, preventing discomfort and health problems to the horse.