Ben qualified in 1996 from Glasgow university and then worked at Liphook Equine Hospital for several years, initially as a House Officer for eighteen months specialising in equine anaesthesia and intensive care therapy, and then for three years as a First Opinion Assistant.
He joined Wendover Heights Equine in October 2003 after travelling for a year, including some time spent working in Zambia. Ben was a keen rider throughout his teens and early 20s. In 2000 he took part in a ride across the Mashatu Game Reserve in Botswana in aid of the Injured Riders and Jockeys Fund.
Ben is particularly interested in orthopaedic and poor performance cases, reproduction and equine nutrition. Ben is now firmly back on the horse scene with his daughter who is a dedicated Pony Club member!
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