Wheat Field

The Meadowbrook Story

Experienced. Professional. Supportive.

Meadowbrook was established in 2014 by Sarah Davenport, initially offering sports massage treatments, thermal imaging and class 3b laser therapy to a large equine client base in the Midlands. 2016 saw the addition of a Derbyshire based 15 box rehabilitation yard to Meadowbrook, catering primarily for racehorses. In 2020 Cheshire based Alison Gregg joined the team as an equine therapist, bringing over 30 years of experience to the business, Alison also heads up the Academy as our Principle Tutor.


Our Ethos

We are a small but very supportive team, we deliver our courses in a way that helps you to really understand equine anatomy. Anyone can pick up a text book and learn the location of the muscles "parrot fashion", but that's not us. We view the horse in a holistic way so that we can help you to really improve a horses way of going, by understanding the connections of the entire system.  

Alison Gregg ESMT IAAMB


Therapy Director & Principle Tutor

Alison brings a vast wealth of experience to Meadowbrook, having run her own livery and rehabilitation yard business for over 30 years. With an eye for detail and a passion for both dressage and showing, Alison has enjoyed consistent success in both disciplines, with wins and placings at HOYS, RIHS, BD Area Festivals & Regionals. Alison's patience in rehabilitating numerous horses, involving post operative and recovery care, has ensured many have returned to competition, despite the odds.

Alison is primarily based at the Academy as our Principle Tutor, but is also kept busy with her own equine massage clients and rehabilitation cases. 

Sarah Davenport ESMT IAAT


Director of Education

Sarah has over 30 years experience in a range of disciplines including, eventing, showjumping and more recently as an arab racehorse trainer and competitive endurance rider. Sarah trained with the The College of Animal Physiotherapy and holds a Diploma in Equine Sports Massage & Rehabilitation. She is also trained in the use of a class 3b laser, thermography, myofascial release and is currently continuing her studies in equine osteopathy & as an equine ergonomist.

Due to a long list of injuries herself, Sarah founded and runs "EquiMotion"- focusing on rider injury rehabilitation and biomechanics coaching, based around "Saracen" the mechanical horse.