Welcome to Horse Boy UK.
The Horse Boy Book was published in the UK in 2009 by Viking Penguin. The film has been broadcasted on BBC 4 Storyville; the Horse Boy Movie, Horse Boy Method Training DVD, Temple Grandin View from the Inside DVD and shirt are available through Gillian Naysmith at www.horseboycamps.co.uk.
To find people certified in Horse Boy Method please visit our member directory.
To find out about Horse Boy Camps in the UK please click here.
In 2012 the UK wing of the Horse Boy Foundation was launched. For more information please click here.
To find upcoming events in the UK visit our calendar.
To book workshops, demos and screenings please contact Gillian Naysmith or Emily Carter.
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Information deemed to be reliable but not guaranteed. Check for pricing and trainings. Terms subject to change.
The Horse Boy Method is not intended or offered as a cure for autism. Ameliorative effects may or may not occur. The method was found to be very useful with Rupert's son Rowan and with other children subsequently. We simply follow what worked for Rowan and others but there is no guarantee of outcome.
By participating in a Horse Boy Method session or training or applying them at home you accept full personal responsibility for any injury or death that can follow any equine activity. The Horse Boy Foundation accepts no liability.
Just as a reminder… The Horse Boy Method Training is an intro into the methods including but not limited to back-riding. We do NOT suggest that you go home and start back-riding with children. Practice, practice, practice! Seek professional advice from your trainers to deepen your skills as a rider and horseman/woman. Take lessons! Again, after the training you are probably NOT ready to ride with a child. Practice until you, your horses and your property are ready for back-riding! HORSE BOY LLC, IT’S MEMBERS, OFFICERS, TRAINERS ETC ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE CAUSED BY YOU BACKRIDING WITH A CHILD OR OTHER PERSON.
We do suggest you and anybody you work with wears protective gear like protective riding helmets etc.