I have been at BARC for over three and a half years, and for me, two things make Megan stand out ahead of the crowd. First, her meticulous attention to detail and critical eye means that I can be confident whether I am around or not that my horse will always receive the best possible care and appraisal of how he is going. Secondly, Megan has the ability to think like a horse. This might sound odd, but she really does understand what makes a horse tick and what doesn’t. Far too often, instructors and yard managers will often ‘blame’ a horse for their poor performance or misgivings. Megan takes the opposite view and looks at an issue from a horse’s perspective. This in itself has taught me so much about horse behaviour, their welfare and how to deal with poor performance issues.