HORSE whisperer Adam Shereston, who is a specialist in horse care, training and behaviour, has set up a new centre of horsemanship at Park Farm, Arundel.
Internationally renowned for his skills, he is holding an Open Day, next Sunday, July 29 from 10.30am-4pm when entry is free.
During the day he will demonstrate how to earn trust and respect from a horse, how to work with feel, timing and balance and how to syncronize with a horse mentally, physically and with feel.
He is referred to as a horse whisperer because, through his heightened sensitivity, he is able to hear a horse’s whisper, enabling him to develop an individual approach in the way to interact with horses.
His aim at Park Farm, which is near to Arundel cricket ground, is to set up an education centre of excellence, where people can learn about connecting with horses and themselves.
Adam is opening the doors to his centre, where he offers livery, training livery, rehabilitation, with this open day.
It is a unique chance not only to see him in action with horses, but also to view the outstanding facilities at this 19 box-yard, set against the backdrop of a 400-acre farm. In thirty acres there he has spacious turnout, a floodlit outdoor all weather arena, three gallops and access to three hours of uninterrupted riding using woods and bridleways, without a road or car in sight.
He will signing copies of his recently published autobiography, Alignment, which will be on sale at £12.
Adam will be demonstrating his skills using horses unknown to him throughout the day. People who are struggling with their horses, by arrangement with him, can take them along to take part in one of the demonstrations. They should ring Adam on 07881951581 to arrange this.
To learn more about Adam Shereston and his skills, see full feature on this page next week, August 1.