Horse and rider in harmony
Park Farm Arundel in West Sussex houses the Centre of Horsemanship of horse whisperer Adam Shereston and horsemanship trainer Danielle Visarius. Between them they share a world of knowledge to help you and your horse achieve your goals in an harmonious partnership.
Adam and Danielle are specialised in the education of horse and rider through their intuitive approach and personal guidance.
They use an unforced and gentle method, applying communication techniques natural to the horse, and help riders to understand and speak this subtle language.
The centre is set in the idyllic landscape of West Sussex and offers a range of professional and personalised equestrian services, including horse training, rehabilitation, tuition, courses and horsemanship events. Whatever your goals, you and your horse are more than welcome to come and learn in the centres safe and relaxed environment.
Come and have the experience of a lifetime with our expert tuition in the art of 'horse whispering' and equine behaviour. It will change the way you view not only your relationships with horses, but also the people around you and the relationship you have with yourself.
The Horse training program offers you the opportunity to give your young horse a good start, resolve behavioural problems or add finesse to your competition horse. We welcome horses of all levels, disciplines, breeds and ages for training in groundwork, riding and/or driving.
All year-round you can follow tuition in groundwork, riding for all disciplines, horse handling and behaviour. We will help you to develop the skills to give your horse what it needs so it will freely give you what you want.
About the trainers
Adam and Danielle have earned a reputation for their skills to get the best out of your horse in a gentle way. Their original approach involves empathy and clear communication through feel and body language, without using pressure or force. Coming from different backgrounds they put the best of both worlds together in helping both horse and rider reach their full potential.