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Sarah Fisher is a TTouch Instructor for Equine and Companion Animals. She lectures around the UK and abroad and teaches workshops for many of the top re-homing centres. She is also a frequent speaker at the International Companion Animal Welfare Conference organised by Dogs Trust and teaches on Dogs Trust International Training Programme.
Sarah works with private clients, teaches workshops and gives talks and demonstrations for a wide variety of groups and organisations. She has contributed many articles to a range of publications including Your Horse, Horse and Rider, Your Dog, Your Cat, HQ (South Africa), Animal Talk (South Africa), the TTouch Newsletter and several on-line publications.
Sarah has also appeared in several television programmes including Talking to Animals (ITV1 and National Geographic), Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs (ITV), This Morning (ITV1), Over the Rainbow (BBC1), Celebrity Dog School (BBC1), Only Fools on Horses (BBC1), The One Show (BBC1) and has also given many interviews for radio. She is a frequent guest on radio shows
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Sarah is the author of Know Your Horse Inside Out and Unlock Your Dog’s Potential, and co-author of 100 Ways to Train the Perfect Dog and 100 Ways to Overcome Your Dogs Problems with Marie Miller. She is the co-author of The Difficult Horse with Karen Bush publish by The Crowood Press and co-author of an education book for donkey owners which will be published in June 2016 (The Crowood Press).
Mags is Sarah’s personal assistant and also helps on the yard when necessary. She travels to Europe with Sarah and has been an integral part of the team for the past ten years.
Shelley has helped to look after Sarah and Tony’s horses and donkeys for over twenty years. She is a highly valued member of the team and works on the yard five days a week.
Vicki studied for her NVQ Level 3 in Horse Care and joined the team at Tilley Farm to gain work experience. She is now a permanent member of the team and is an asset to the yard.