Here she gained invaluable experience in both the research and clinical aspects of one of the UK's leading veterinary centres. After graduation Corinne applied for, and was accepted on to the Masters Degree course in Animal Manipulation at the McTimoney College of Chiropractic. This is a 3 year part-time course, which Corinne combined with a full time job as Senior Rider at The Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre in Lancashire. It was here that she got to work with a huge variety of ex-racehorses, many with both physical and pyschological issues, and where she realised the value of physiotherapy and manipualtive therapy. After qualifying as a McTimoney Animal Therapist in 2009 Corinne left the TRC, but still has a particular interest in Thoroughbreds and ex-racehorses, and specialises in dealing with difficult and problem horses. As such she often takes horses for breaking and schooling at the livery yard she runs with her husband, Fleets Farm Equestrian in Lancashire.
As well as being a qualified McTimoney Animal Therapist, Corinne is a member of the McTimoney Animal Association (MMAA), and she is also accredited as an allied professional by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA). Corinne has also been fortunate enough to study with Jim Masterson, where she learnt muscle release and bodywork techniques that she finds complement manipulation particularly well. Corinne is fully registered and insured to treat your horse or dog, with recent clients ranging from 3 day eventers to working police dogs.
Corinne currently owns 3 horses, including her ex racehorse 'Grace' (below) who came to Corinne with a bit of a bad reputation, but whom she has retrained and is now successfully competing in British Eventing and British Dressage. During their first season together they qualified for the Mitsubishi Grassroots Championships at Badminton Horse Trials, and the pair are aiming to progress to Novice level this summer. Corinne lives with her husband and their two dogs on their farm in Lancashire.