The Team

Libby Towers aka The Sass Queen 

 

My lovely mother, Libby, has always fully supported my dreams and helps me strive to achieve them. She has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the care of the horses especially with feeding and any veterinary issues.  Mum is also a very good rider and trainer and is well known on the vlogs for her blunt but brilliant comments through my training sessions and tests. This is where her nickname 'The sass Queen' was born. We have had our ups and downs of learning to work together but now I am older we have a great relationship both on the yard and off it.
 

Kat Harris 

Kat started working with horses straight after finishing school and did her BHS stage 1-3 and PTT. Competed in various disciplines including endurance, county level showing and a bit of unaffiliated dressage. Kat then went on to work as a head girl in competition yards for Eventers and Dressage rider. She enjoys riding and educating Pluto her loveable horse and is planning to do some Dressage with him. She also like hanging out with Booni featured in the picture above! 

 

 

Abi South 

 Abi joined us in 2014 to help on weekends and is a valuable member of Team Towers now filling in at busy times.  Abi is extremely dedicated and driven in everything she does.Abi is also a very talented and patient rider, especially dealing with nervous or tricky horses that others have turned their back on.  She competes in BSJA with her string of horses and also jumps our horses.  It is great to hear her feedback and opinions. 

 

James Blurton 

James Blurton was World Champion Farrier 2005 and has been a practicing farrier for over 30 years. Jim now employs nine farriers and covers an area from Cheshire down to Gloucester. He shoes for some of the country’s most prestigious and successful Eventing, Show Jumping and Dressage yards and is regularly asked to consult for veterinary practices and we are proud to have him as part of our team. 

 www.jimblurton.co.uk

 

Toby Lee 

Toby Lee has been practicing equine dentistry for the last 16 years. Over the years he has gained a great understanding of the problems that can occur in a horse’s mouth, often hindering health and peak performance. Toby has previously passed the rigorous BEVA/BVDA Equine Dental Exam and is a member of the British Association of Equine Dental Technicians (BAEDT).

 He works closely with all his client’s vets, believing that a good working relationship with the veterinary profession is vital to the success of good equine dentistry. Toby lectures at Hartpury College on the BSc (hons) Equine Dental Science and Fd.Sc Equine Dental Studies (SW). 

www.equinedentalservices.org