Simon Constable BVSc CertAVP(Equine Orthopaedic Surgery) MRCVS

Simon Constable BVSc CertAVP(Equine Orthopaedic Surgery) MRCVS has been riding since a teenager and has competed locally at riding-club level. In any precious spare time, Simon even finds time to spend with his four horses and a pony.  His main horse is the home-bred Hannovarian x Dutch mare, Bodi, which he exercises several times a week.  However, Simon is pinning his hopes on a chestnut purebred Arab gelding called Miles (MG Vaquero) ridden by his wife, Emily. They qualified for HOYS in 2015

Simon gained his Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Equine Orthopaedic Surgery Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Cert AVP ESO) in January 2012.

Simon has close links with the Myerscough School of Farriery at Preston where he frequently lectures on orthopaedics (including navicular, laminitis and other orthopaedic conditions). At these lectures he receives valuable input from the lecturers there, Mark Caldwell FWCF, Paul Conroy FdSc AWCF and Jon Mather FdSc AWCF. It is this close contact with these and other farriers in the area that helps to improve the treatment and outcomes for horses.

Many of you will be aware that Simon is quite interested in running and has completed the London Marathon on 3 occasiosn.  As well as this, Simon is a keen football, rugby and cricket fan.  He regularly goes to “gigs” and enjoys live music.

For relaxation, Simon enjoys spending time at home with his black Labradors.

Federica Marobbio

Frederica qualified from Naples University in 2015 with a keen interest in internal medicine and surgery. Animals are an important part of her life, having ridden for more than 15 years, and still owns a horse in Italy. She is also a dog owner and is passionate about her dog. When free time allows Frederica loves to go to a disco.

 

Photo taken in Italy. We do not advocate riding without suitable headgear

Nicolas Demunter

Nicolas qualified from the university of Ghent, Belgium in 2017 and spent a year doing an internship in all aspects of equine medicine in Cape Town, South Africa before moving down to Manchester to join the team. During his internship he developed skills in neonatal care and anaesthesiology. He has a keen interest in all aspects of equine practice – but particularly enjoys internal medicine and medical imaging. He enjoys recreational riding and going for rides on the beach. In his spare time he likes to do crossfit and outdoor sports such as hiking and surfing.

Tasmin Long BVetMed MRCVS

Tasmin qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2018 and enjoys all aspects of being out on the road meeting clients and their horses. Tasmin has two horses and enjoys eventing with Mario and hacking Dougal in her spare time (whatever that is!) along with walking her cocker spaniel Finlay. She has previously competed Mario in Burghley Young Event Horse classes and is now looking forward to the season ahead.