Free visit days are a popular way to provide your horse or pony with routine veterinary care at a reduced cost. The interactive map below will indicate which day your free visit is on. The free visits allow for routine work only (eg vaccinations, dentals, lameness checks, microchipping, blood and health tests etc.) to be done. The cost of the work remains as standard but the visit fee will not be applied.
Please call the office before 2pm the day before your free visit day to book an appointment. You will be called with a time for your visit the afternoon before. Please note you will not be able to specify a certain time or vet as the route will depend upon the location of the calls that day.
Please contact the Practice to book your appointment.
Flora graduated from Liverpool University as a mature student following an international corporate career. After a year at a busy equine practice in Cheshire, Flora returned to Liverpool as an Intern in Equine Surgery and Medicine where she became passionate about student teaching and elected to extend her stay.
Flora joined the Sports and Leisure team at NEH in 2017 and is predominantly responsible for routine work on the free visit days, as well as responding to emergencies. Her special interests are gastrointestinal disease, lameness investigations and care of the geriatric horse.
Having ridden out for a number of Newmarket and Cheshire trainers over the years, Flora looks forward to finding the perfect ex-racer to continue her other passion: hunting side-saddle!
Rachael qualified from the University of Bristol in 2013. Upon graduation, she spent 6 months in the Equine Hospital at the University before completing an internship in practice in Wiltshire.
In 2015, Rachael moved to Hong Kong to work for the Hong Kong Jockey Club with retired racehorses, sports horses and riding school ponies where she developed an interest in lameness investigations and diagnostic imaging. She returned to the UK in September 2018 and joined NEH as part of the Sports and Leisure Team.
BSc Vet MB MRCVS
Jeremy qualified in 1998 from the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge having taken a degree in Animal Science.
He enjoys all aspects of equine practice and often finds his work takes him to clients with general riding horses. He has a particular interest in equine dentistry and also covers anaesthesia in theatre when required.
He is a keen polo player who particularly enjoys breeding and training young ponies – often local thoroughbred ex-racehorses!