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tim galer

Tim qualified from The Royal Veterinary College, London in 1986. After spending a year in Mixed Practice in Yorkshire, Tim moved to a Specialist Stud Practice where he spent the next four years. He left to establish Peasebrook Equine Clinic in 1991 and passed the Royal College Certificate in Equine Stud Medicine in 1992. Tim still does the lion’s share of the stud work in the Practice but his main interests now are lameness diagnosis and sports medicine. Tim is the main Practice Surgeon and is also one of the examiners for the Royal College Certificate in Equine Stud Medicine. He also acts as an expert witness for the Veterinary Defence Society.

Contact: tim@peasebrook.co.uk

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marcus bennett

Marcus qualified from The Royal Veterinary College in 2014 and then undertook a two year internship at The Newmarket Equine Hospital working closely with world renowned orthopaedic surgeon, Ian Wright before joining our team at Peasebrook.  Marcus is a very talented anaesthetist and has a specific interest in advanced dental techniques.

Contact: marcus@peasebrook.co.uk


emilie leus

 Emilie graduated from Ghent university (equine specialisation) in Belgium in 2017. After that, she went to South-Africa to do an internship at Drakenstein Veterinary Clinic, where she mainly worked with thoroughbred mares, foals and yearlings. Upper airway disease, foal medicine, sports medicine and anesthaesia are her main interests. Emilie is a welcome addition to the team at Peasebrook.

Contact: emilie@peasebrook.co.uk