New Equine Vet joins the Ashford team.

We would like to welcome Elise to the team of vets based at Ashford..

Elise Parkinson – BVSc MRCVS

photoElise graduated from Massey University, New Zealand in 2010 where she rode and competed her 2 horses. She then spent 3 months volunteering with wildlife in the Peruvian Amazon before completing 18 months in mixed practice in Western Australia. Following this she commenced an equine internship in Victoria, Australia focussing on surgery and anaesthesia. She joined Milbourn Equine in July 2013 and is currently working towards her Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice. Outside of work she enjoys skiing, sports and travel and looks forward to continuing her riding once she finds a horse!

New Equine nurse joins the team in Ashford.

Milbourn Equine would like to welcome Holly to our nursing team, based in Ashford.

Holly Connock

1379642_10151915300598331_1052234421_nHolly was born in London but grew up in The Netherlands. She moved back to England in 2007 to take her BSc (Hons) degree in Equine Studies and Business Management, which she completed in 2010 at Writtle College, Essex. Holly then spent a year travelling, re-visiting Zimbabwe, where she worked for a black rhino-breeding project.  After that Holly then went on to New Zealand and Australia. In Australia she completed a farm familiarisation programme before working in the outback mustering cattle and sheep. Holly then joined a pre-training racing yard/rehabilitation centre called Limitless Lodge helping to break in the youngsters and working the water walker. Since returning to England she has settled in Kent with her three horses, two retired ponies and a Lusitano gelding. Holly also runs a small DIY yard and in her spare time she enjoys long walks with her dog Socks.

New Product – Milbourn Equine Veterinary Immunity Aid

Introducing our new Milbourn Equine Veterinary Immunity Aid, designed to support Respiratory & Immune Function by:

  • Improving immunity and ability to fight an infections challenge.
  • Enhancement of immunity through lgA production in the lung.
  • The reduction of coughing and respiratory irritation.
  • Enhancement of mucus secretion

Contains Echinacea, seaweed extract, oregano, garlic and rosemary with added vitamin C.

£11.53 for a 60ml syringe.

imune-paste

Visit our products page for more Milbourn Equine products.

Stunning Stallion Ramie is centre stage..

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Annie Neame’s stunning stallion Ramie has had the honour of being centre stage for the wedding of Annie’s daughter Danielle to Simon Spinney on the 14th September of this year. They all had a wonderful day and wanted to share some wonderful photos and memories on Milbourn Equine’s website for everyone to see.

Annie & Ramie have been clients of Milbourn Equine since November 2009. This year he has been extremely busy fathering 2 stunning filly foals and has 2 more foals expected early next year!!!!

Milbourn Equine wish Danielle and Simon every happiness in their new life together and look forward to being introduced to Ramie’s family in the future.

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New Equine Nurse joins the team.

sraha01Sara has recently joined our nursing team after living in Australia for four years riding track work and equine vet nursing. This followed a fourteen year stint in Japan pre training and breaking for the racing industry.
As a professional qualified photographer specializing in equine and sport a lot of her spare time is spent behind the camera on various shoots. Most of all Sara likes to spend time with her son Bart.

Welcome to our new Blog

Welcome to our blog where we will be sharing news and views about your  horses because we care about them as much as you do.

We would love your comments and to know what you would like us to bring you information on so please tell us.

We have our own community page on Facebook and we hope you will share your photos, videos and stories with us there too – you will need a Facebook account to do this.

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Rita Dingwall 

Group Practice Manager