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Tor began riding at the age of three, and managed to own her first pony at the grand age of five - a naughty Shetland monster called Sammy. She showed a number of horses at County level, and currently owns a hunter to get out and about on when she has the time. 

Her love of horses lead her to working in a number of professional yards, covering a variety of disciplines, including dressage and showjumping, giving her an ideal platform to progress towards equine nursing. Tor is currently enrolled in her Veterinary Nursing Diploma through The Open College of Equine Studies. She particularly enjoys surgical cases, as well as working with horses experiencing poor performance, particularly assisting with endoscopy. 

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Having graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in Hertfordshire in 2015 Beth undertook an internship in their Equine Referral Hospital. Following her internship she has spent her time working in equine practice in Sussex where she grew up.

She is enthusiastic about all aspects of equine first opinion practice, with a particular interest in internal medicine and she is currently studying for her RCVS Advanced Veterinary Practitioner certificate in equine internal medicine. Beth is also very supportive of in house training and has recently become a veterinary nursing clinical coach. 

She is a big fan of eventing and has previously groomed at major events such as Badminton and Burghley. Her spare time is spent lending a hand to a well known local rider at events, competing her own horses or walking her 3 legged dog Jenny!
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Following graduation from the University of Bristol in 2016, Lucy undertook a 20 month internship at Donnington Grove Equine Hospital where she built on her knowledge and skills, and developed an interest in poor performance, especially lameness evaluation.

During her time there she also undertook a research project on caecal dysfunction after standing sedation, and presented the abstract at the Colic Symposium in Kentucky.

In her spare time Lucy enjoys spending time outdoors, riding her chestnut mare, and walking her Labrador, ‘JP’.

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Lingfield Equine Vets is situated in the beautiful Surrey Hills area. We are located just north of Felbridge on the A22 with easy access for all equine transport vehicles.

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Lingfield Equine Vets
Chester Lodge, Woodcock Hill,
Felbridge, Surrey,
RH19 2RD
(01342) 300008