Ted Gilmour

Certified EAL/EAP Facilitator, Owner and Founder Of Equine Escape inc.

Ted founded Equine Escape in August of 2016. He is an electrician by trade and had very little experience with horses until he met his wife, Rachael. From that point on he has become an avid horse lover.  In April of 2017 he received his certification in EAL and EAP and currently facilitates our "Welcome Home" veterans program.  The program can also be used to help first responders deal with PTSD and psychological issues which stem from their hectic and often times, stressful occupations.

Rachael Gilmour LVT MBA

Certified EAL/EAP Facilitator

Rachael has over 30 years of experience working with horses. In 1992 she graduated from the Horse Management and Science program at Michigan State University. She continued her education receiving a B.S. of Animal Science, a M.B.A. in leadership studies and a Veterinary Technology degree. She was the former director of the Veterinary Technology program at Baker College. Currently she coaches the Goodrich Equestrian team and is a facilitator at Equine Escape. Rachael received her EAL/EAP certification from EAGALA founder Greg Kertsen of the O.K. Corral Series in December of 2016.

Shelbie Edgett

Certified EAL/EAP Facilitator

Shelbie started out with Equine Escape in the beginning as a volunteer.  She wanted to work with horses and children even before working as a volunteer at Equine Escape. She recently graduated high school and was certified in EAL and EAP in April of 2018 through Greg Kersten's OK Corral Series. She is experienced with horses and was a member/coach of the Goodrich High School equestrian team after showing and competing as a youth.