Growing up in the countryside, animals have always formed key members of the family for Meg. From a very young age she spent her weekends and school holidays helping at the riding school, until getting her first pony, Lady, at 13. Lady turned out to be extremely nervous around people and with the help of friends and professionals, Meg spent a lot of time earning her trust, both on the ground and under saddle, sparking her initial interest in the field of equine rehabilitation and training.
Following this passion, Meg completed the stage one courses through Intelligent Horsemanship in 2014, covering topics such as:
- Horse psychology
- The horse as an athlete
- Introduction to saddle fitting
- Feeding and nutrition
- Foal handling and stud work