Meagan Cullen has been part of our Agnew Equine team since November 2014, and in that time she has established herself as the ‘go to problem solver’. This make Meg the ideal person to be our practice manager, always on hand to help, support and manage the team. Meg’s main role is to oversee the smooth day to day running of the business, she also continues to have an input in reception duties and looks after the purchase ledger and credit control. She started riding at the age of 5 and has never lost her passion for horses. These days her time is largely taken up by her extremely energetic Jack Russell Reggie and two cats Jeffrey and Douglas
Deb Butler joined Agnew Equine in summer 2003. She takes care of the invoicing and insurance claims at the practice. If you have any insurance queries speak to Deb! As well as her full time position Deb has returned to studies, and is currently working towards her book keeping qualifications.
Deb is currently taking a break from being a horse owner and her former role of chief groom for daughters Alice and Ellie.
Tania Garside also started with us in April 2014, with reception and the administration duties. Tania’s love for horses started at a young age when she was 7 years old and started to have riding lessons. She had her first pony when she was 8 years old and this is where her dedication to horses started. In 2010 she achieved her BHS Stage 1 and Riding Road Safety qualification, and in 2014 was awarded her BTEC Business and Administration qualification for completing her apprenticeship at Agnew Equine. Working with horses has always been a passion for Tania. Currently Tania owns 5 horses.
Holly Bailey joined Agnew Equine in February 2015 as our new office apprentice and once completed her qualification became a full member of our team. Holly has been involved with horses for a large majority of her life and had her first pony at the age 2. Holly now has 2 horses, which she locally competes at show jumping and cross country. Holly was involved in the North Staffordshire Pony Club for many years and only stopped her membership very recently due to other commitments.
Claire Mycock started with us early in October 2016. Claire has always had a love of horses from a young age (its an essential skill for everyone when working here!).Clare currently has her own horse Elvis, and her daughters Abbie, Lily & Polly also have their own ponies they all compete locally so this keeps Claire very busy.
Millie Higgs joined our team in October 2017 as our new office apprentice, and like Tania and Holly joined our great full time team in 2018. Millie has been involved with horses for many years and started her love for horses when she had her first pony at the age of 2. Millie now currently owns 5 horses, which she competes at Show jumping. Millie started her first job as a groom on a yard in Biddulph Moor.