About Nash

From a young age, Nash has loved horses and everything about their care. From caring for and training race horses in Ireland (Darley and Irish National Stud) to traveling to the UK to embark on a scholarship in race management with highly accomplished trainer Brian Meehan at Swettenham Stud (won the Kentucky Derby, Ascot and Dubai World Cup in 1 year alone!) to finally arriving on our shores here in NZ to manage a boutique stud farm, Nash has seen and done it all.  
Nash realised that, just like human athletes, performance animals require physiotherapy and preventative care in order to remain in top competitive shape. After noticing a distinct lack of musculoskeletal care practitioners for animals here, Nash undertook additional training to become a specialist care-giver:  

Traning & Education

  • Irish National Stud; Thoroughbred Breeding course. Ireland
  • John Durkan Scholarship in Race Management. UK (2yrs)
  • Equus College of Learning & Research (Equine Muscle Release Therapy) Australia 2 yr. Course
  • Equus College of Learning & Research bridging course (Cat & Canine Muscle Release Therapy)  - Australia 1 yr. Course
  • Intensive course with Dr Kerry Ridgeway on Acupuncture/ Acupressure for Equine Wellness & performance -  NZ 
  • Equine & Canine Acupuncture course with Dr Gilchrest  – Australia
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture & Acupressure for Equine & Canine wellness and Performance - (Australia)
  • 3-day Intensive Veterinary Dissection Workshop on Muscles, Fascia, Skeletal System, Internal Organs and Acupuncture Fascial trains – NZ
  • Equine & Canine Kinesiology Taping Course
  • Therapeutic Laser Therapy Workshop
  • Dissections with Sharon May Davis 2015 & 2017
  • Biomechanics & Advanced Biomechanics Workshops with Sharon May Davis - 2015 & 2016
  • Accredited Australasian Saddle Fitters Association Course 2016-2017  (level 1)

Nash is based in the Waikato region, and her clients range from some of NZ’s most well-known racing stables to Grand Prix performance and eventing horses, to RDA horses (Riding for the Disabled) and general riding ponies.  

Nash says, “My willingness to continue to educate myself means I enjoy working and learning from the people around me who also work with horses in their own specialised fields.”

Ring Nash now to sort out a customised treatment plan for your animal

 

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