About Equine Restore

Juliet has always had a passion for horses. She learned to ride at age 7.

Determined to work with horses when leaving school at 18 she gained a Higher National Diploma in Equine Studies at Writtle College and secured a dream job working for Lord and Lady Kelvedon in Essex helping to look after a large yard of hunters, show horses, event horses and family ponies. She was very lucky to ride lots of different horses of varying ages. Some to be started, some advanced eventers, some older hunters and cheeky ponies! Each horse teaches you something. The need for learning more eventually takes over.

So the very hard decision was made to go back to studying and in 2008 Juliet completed her Batchelor of Science Degree in Human Physiotherapy.

She then gained some experience working full time as a Junior Physiotherapist where she gained valuable all round acute Hospital experience in Intensive Care, Stroke Unit, Surgery and Outpatients to name but a few specialities.

After this she then spent six years working in Private Practice for Rebecca Lane dealing with a multitude of sports injuries whilst gaining a Post Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy in 2012 from the Royal Veterinary College.

In 2012 Juliet started work part time for Physio-Vision owned by Sarah Sandford and started treating Small and Large animals in Essex as well as being part of a team of Physiotherapists at Godolphin Stables in Newmarket.

In 2016 Juliet started Equine Restore when she moved to Suffolk. She now splits her time with Equine Restore clients and working at Colchester Hospital as a Senior Physiotherapist on their Frailty Assessment Unit.

I’ve had Juliet treating Pippa regularly for a few years now and the difference in her is incredible. She moves so much better and this is showing in our increased dressage scores. Juliet is so lovely and always available if I have any questions or problems in between visits (although I’m yet to have any!). She really cares about how Pippa and I get on and I owe a lot of our successes to Juliet. Thank you so much!

Lucy Everett and her horse Pippa