My name is Camilla Stormont, I was born in 1991 and I have a huge passion for horses.
I got my first horse from my mother in 1994. I started out as a traditional dressage & show jumper, but as the years went by words like “horsemanship” and “problem horses” started to fill more of my everyday life.
I am a trained Horse Behaviorist and in Equine Science.
Among other things, I have worked at Nyt Hesteliv with neglected horses who deserved a helping hand.
I have been self-employed since 2009, and have lived by my passion since 2012.
Horses are without a doubt my biggest passion and I look forward to getting to work every single day when I wake up.
Throughout my life with horses, I have had hundreds of horses through my hands, and I therefore know that a single horse is completely unique.
I believe no two horses are alike and I believe the error starts when we start to think we can put all horses down in the same method or “box”. I am very interested in science, and my methods are therefore also based on anatomy, learning theory, behavioral psychology, biomechanics, etc.
I use a good variety of exercises, depending on the individual horse
Is a big fan of clicker training, and other methods that help motivate the horse to – not just work – but also to be happy about it.
I have had my own place since 2016, and in 2019 had to move to a larger place near Odense, where today I have both horsemanship student school, training horses, rehabilitation horses, own horses and stables.