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About Us

Lowton Equine Rehabilitation has some of the best facilities in the county. Use of all the facilities is included in the livery price:

Indoor school with lights and new surface, Large outdoor school and lunge pen all with andrews Bowen surface,  Horse walker,  All weather gallops, Several surfaces appropriate for lameness work ups or gait analysis, Hot and cold water wash bays with heat lamps, Treatment room with matting, Secure tack room and storage, Quiet lanes and hills, Toilets and shower, Tea/coffee/ kettle/ fridge etc


Services include: Mctimoney Chiropractic, Laser, Indiba, Equine Water Treadmill, Spa, Vibrating Floor


Meet Our Team

Carole McClelland

Carole first qualified as a McTimoney Animal Chiropractor over 10 years ago and since then has dedicated her life to learning as much about horses as she can. Carole has several of her own horses, many of which have arrived at her yard needing her help. 

Her main areas of interest include: correct classical/ biomechanical training for soundness - she has a passion for all things Iberian, rehabilitation of catastrophic injuries - the more graphic the better, and treating to enhance performance of elite sports horses. 

Carole feels very lucky that her job allows her to work at both ends of the spectrum; from horses being discharged from hospital with very poor or guarded prognosis, to attending events with her sports horse customers. 

Prior to running her own yards Carole spent many years grooming to national and international level in dressage, eventing and showing.


In addition to the chiropractic qualifications she also holds a Certificate in Equine Rehabilitation, Merishia Equine and Canine Massage, Reiki 1 & 2, Diploma in Natural and Intuitive Healing Techniques, Certificate in Equine Nutrition, Equine Tensegrity Balancing Therapy Level 1 by Tami Elkayam and follows the Balanced Through Movement Method by Celeste Leilani Lazaris

She has also attended training with Elite human sports physios so she can translate this information into her treating in equine sport



Kelsey-sky joined us to complete her level 2 apprenticeship in horse care. She completes this soon but will stay on part time/ ad hoc days.

She has the kindest, most gentle way with the horses and they all really warm to her. She is also lightweight enough for any small ponies that come in but not afraid to handle the big competition horses. Outside of work Kelsey has her own horse that she rides regularly and enjoys attending Young Farmers events. 



Jazz has just finished her nvq level 2 whilst working ful time for us and has now returned to college but remains part time.

At home Jazz has her own pony who is now elderly and has also been helping out at a local riding school. Jazz would like to do veterinary nursing or physio eventually 

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