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Spirit

Spirit is a brave heart and is generally prepared to step out of her comfort zone if needed. She gives space and is considerate of others. She's approachable, self-sufficient and trustworthy. 

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Sparkie

Sparkie is a rock star. She doesn't realise how beautiful she is. It took her a long time to build trust in humans after being traumatised when taken away from her mother as a foal.Now though she is very affectionate and loves people. She sparkles.

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Pona

Pona is a law unto herself. She is very inquisitive and engaging and likes to be the centre of attention. She is confident and charming and has a magical coat that can be seen for miles around in the moonlight. She's quite bossy but very gentle

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Leigh Rundle

I knew I loved horses before I had the words to express it.  They were my life until I left home and became a journalist, employed by the BBC for 27 years.

 

As a journalist I was driven by a desire to communicate.Then it was through words. Now its the unspoken language of the horse which brings with it the potential for total transformation.

Alongside my journalistic career I co-founded and became Director of a Community Interest Company called Confidence Through Comedy working with ”hard to reach” groups under the age of 16 using Comedy to reframe past experience and build the confidence needed to bring about positive change.

I am a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming(NLP) and trained in Equine Facilitated Practice. Over the past 10 years I have worked with hundreds of different clients, many from disadvantaged backgrounds. My role is to help people access the resources within themselves to move forward in their desired direction.

I have been very involved with the charity Key4life, which was set up to tackle reoffending among young men in the UK. As a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming(NLP), I was one of the team responsible for Behavioural Change work in prisons and in the community. 

 

In 2018 I trained in Equine Facilitated Learning (LEAP model) and subsequently ran weekly workshops with clients in Glastonbury, Somerset.

 

I now run my own practice in Exeter combining Equine and NLP Interventions working with private and publicly funded clients.

 

During my time with the BBC ,wherever possible, my focus was on social and environmental issues. I left in March of 2019 after taking a two year career break. Before joining the BBC, I worked in newspapers and BBC and Independent Radio.

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