About Claire

Claire’s lifelong passion for animals started from a very young age. 

Claire started riding when she was seven years old and was soon competing at Pony Club events. She has evented up to Intermediate level, show jumped to Foxhunter standard, ridden at the Regional Dressage finals and passed several BHS examinations. Claire currently has 2 horses to compete as well as a couple of home breds for the future.

Claire has been lucky enough to work for professional event riders Rebecca Gibbs (pictured below) and Georgia Bales at top international events such as Blenheim, Badminton and Burghley. Claire was inspired at these events to learn how to help the horses’ performance, recovery and maintain soundness.

Irish Rose competing at Burghley Three Day Event, ridden by Rebecca Gibbs and treated by Claire Warman

Claire graduated from Imperial College (at Wye), University of London in 2001 with BSc (Hons) in Animal Science. After working in Corporate Pensions for 2 years, Claire decided to study a postgraduate diploma course in Animal Manipulation (PGDipAM) from McTimoney College. She completed this in 2006 and set up her business. Claire is also qualified in Equine Sports Massage obtained through the Equine Body Worker certification by Equinenergy.

To further her knowledge and services, Claire completed another postgraduate diploma course in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2011 at Harper Adams University. 

Claire is a member of the McTimoney Animal Association, National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists and International Equine Body Workers Association (IEBWA). Claire is pet insurance company approved.


 McTimoney Animal Association

 National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists