Tower House Horses is an established equine assisted learning facility, situated in the heart of the Hampshire downlands with excellent road and rail connections (close to M3, A303, A34 and one hour by train direct from Waterloo). Co-directors Susie Little and Jo Simpson share a lifelong passion for horses combined with a wealth of business experience. Susie’s previous career spanned 20 years in public relations; Jo worked in international banking for 19 years, leading client service and project teams. Jo is a qualified coach & mentor through the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Initial training with Equine Assisted Qualifications (EAQ) provided a strong foundation for the planning and facilitation of equine assisted learning. As Qualified Members of The European Association for Horse Assisted Education (EAHAE), Tower House Horses facilitators are able to deliver The Art of Leadership Seminar.
The welfare of our herd is a priority: we believe in the highest standards of care for our equine partners who enjoy a relaxed, natural outdoor life, just as horses should.
Tower House Horses CIC (Community Interest Company) was established in November 2012 as a social enterprise, providing equine assisted learning for designated communities such as adults in recovery from substance misuse. A percentage of fees from our corporate clients is used to support our community interest work.