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As a farmers daughter, I was always going to have a passion for animals and I was lucky enough to benefit from the knowledge and experience of both of my animal mad parents. I began my veterinary career in 2012 after thinking long and hard about what I wanted to do. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2014 and as an animal physiotherapist in 2020. 

I have always been passionate about rehabilitation and movement from a young age when I had my first rehab mission. My lovely horse Capri had sadly ruptured both his suspensory ligaments and required a lengthy exercise program to bring him back into work. But we got there! It took the best part of 2 years but we managed to get back out to ridden dressage again. 

I am exceptionally lucky to be able to follow my heart and have a job that I love!

Helping animals and their owners <3 

My Life with Horses 

Having been raised by two passionate horse people, I was keen to follow in their footsteps. This has enabled me to share my life with so many wonderful animals. It has also led me to try and compete in a variety of disciplines including show jumping, dressage, eventing, polo, racing and carriage driving. 

Having been bitten by the carriage driving bug, I enjoy competing nationally and even represented my country at the Junior world games in 2010 with Paddy the Hackney stallion. I understand the requirements and difficulties that face a driven horse which has led me to develop techniques to keep them fit and well for competition. 

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