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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 horses and  ponies.  His main horse is a chestnut purebred Arab gelding called Miles (MG Vaquero) ridden by his wife, Emily.

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 events 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 occasions.  As well as this, Simon is a keen football, rugby and cricket fan.

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

Fiona Coulter BVM&S, MRCVS

Fiona Coulter BVM&S MRCVS graduated from Edinburgh University and before joining Simon Constable’s practice was an intern at the Sussex Equine Hospital where she had further training in a wide range of specialist equine veterinary procedures.

She has been riding from a young age enjoying everything from show jumping to drag hunting. Whilst in Edinburgh she loved getting involved with the ‘Common Riding’ – a tradition of riding the boundaries of Scottish border towns.

In her spare time Fiona loves baking – from a family favourite chocolate fudge cake to her latest new creations of macaroons. Another passion is Latin and Ballroom dancing with a personal highlight being getting to dance at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom on a trip with her university dance team.”


Laura Sánchez Pérez BVM&S, MRCVS

Laura graduated from Complutense University of Madrid. After a year at an ambulatory practice by the side of a Spanish vet, she completed an internship at Equitom Equine Clinic (Belgium) where she gained experience in internal medicine, anesthesia, orthopedics, hospitalization and diagnostic imaging.
In 2023 she started working with us at Simon Constable’s Equine Vets to provide the best care to our dearest friends, horses. She has been riding since a young age and had her own horse for 14 years. She knew from the beginning that becoming an equine vet was her dreamed future. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, as well as traveling and riding.

Georgia Smith BVMSci MRCVS

Georgia graduated from the University of Surrey in 2022 and moved up from the South West in early 2023 to join the team at Simon Constable’s. She has ridden since she was young, and throughout university knew she wanted to stick to working with horses (and donkeys!). Whilst keen to develop in all aspects of equine practice, she has a particular interest in internal medicine.
In her free time she enjoys exploring the countryside, seeing friends and family, and fishkeeping!


Upon graduating from the University of Edinburgh, Alex went on to do an internship at Idaho Equine Hospital where he spent a year working under a number of specialists. Gaining an increased knowledge and skill set in medicine, surgery, and reproduction.
Originally from Texas, Alex grew up on a ranch which housed a livery for quarter horses. While having mainly a background in rodeo western riding, he is interested to learn more about all the different styles and riding in the UK.
He has a wide range of vet interests but his focus is in reproduction with foal medicine, emergency and critical care, and ophthalmology.
Outside of vet work, Alex is a lover of all things outdoors from hiking and cycling to climbing.

Lucy Armstrong BVM&S MRCVS

After completing her vet degree at the University of Edinburgh, Lucy worked in rural mixed practice for two years gaining practical skills and experience in all species. She enjoys the challenges of being able to work on all species and the wide range of cases that come with it.
Lucy is a Manchester native. She splits her time between working at Simon Constables and working at a small animal practice in South Manchester.
Lucy’s main areas of interest are internal medicine, including a focus on endocrine diseases such as EMS and Cushings.
At home Lucy is an avid runner, loves yoga, and Thai food! She tries to find time to do some horse riding when she can back at her local stables.