Jenni Nellist is one of Great Britain's most popular equine behaviorists. She provides consultation services to help people who are interested in learning about equine behavior.
Search for new learning took Jenni to the university in Aberystwyth and an equine science degree. There she learned that not all the answers are actually available and that she would have to question things for herself and learn how to test ideas in order to form her own opinion.
In her twenties, Jenni practiced what she had learned, and through trial and error, established a practical hands-on understanding of techniques that would lead to horse training success.
In order to make sense of what she was exploring she went back into education, this time an MSc in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling at the University of Southampton. Really understanding how horses function, at all levels, makes it possible to understand why problems arise and to go about tackling an individual’s problem humanely without becoming method bound.
These days she spend most of her week working with horse owners who are seeking knowledge in order to improve their own horsemanship skills and resolve a great variety of training and behavioural problems.
Equine professional services provider
- Help, I can't catch my new horse!
- I have two horses in my small herd of 5 that don't get along. What can I do?
- My mare pins her ears when approached. What can I do to put her in a better mood?
- Can I Use Clicker Training with My Horse?
- My Horse Is Acting Out: Is He Stressed?
- When mounting, how do I calm my nervous, fidgety horse so he won't try to run off?
- Help! My Mare Is Acting Like a Stallion
- Irritated? Lacking Social Skills? Why Is My Gelding Harming Himself?
- Member for
- 4 years 2 months