I'm an experienced horsewoman, who has worked professionally with horses since 2006. Prior to my current specialization, I taught riding and horsemanship, and trained horses.
Lauren Fraser, MSc, CHBC
MSc in clinical animal behaviour from the University of Edinburgh. Lauren researched the behavioural effects on horses of being 'laid down' during training
Equine Science Certificate from the University of Guelph
Riding instructor, horse trainer
Certified Horse Behaviour Consultant (CHBC) with the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC)
Associate member International Society of Equitation Science (ISES)
Fear Free® Certified Professional
Application review committee member (2012-2023) & horse division chair (2013-2021) for International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC)
I own three horses: an Andalusian mare, an Arab-Quarter Horse gelding, and an Arabian gelding. I enjoy starting horses under saddle, teaching cooperative care behaviours, and building strong foundations so that my horses can have the confidence and ability to engage in a wide range of activities.
I live with my horses, dogs, cat, and husband Dr David Lane, DACVSMR, a veterinary sports medicine specialist at Points East West Veterinary Services, in beautiful Squamish, BC, Canada. When not with my horses, I can usually be found mountain biking.