Lucy Grieve is an ambulatory assistant at our Newmarket equine practice.
After qualifying from Cambridge University in 2007, Lucy became the first intern for what was then our new diagnostic imaging internship at Rossdales Equine Diagnostic Centre. After completing this, she spent seven years as an in-house vet for Darley's pre-training facility in Newmarket, where she worked on yearlings, two-year-olds in training, rehabilitation and the occasional National Hunt horse. She returned to Rossdales in 2015 as an ambulatory assistant, helping Mark Grant and the horses in training team. Her main areas of interest are lameness, diagnostic imaging and poor performance.
Lucy is the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) President for 2020/21 and has been a member of BEVA Council since 2012, serving as chair of the Ethics and Welfare Committee and sitting on the Equestrian Sports Committee, liaising with regulatory bodies such as the BHA and FEI. She is also co-opted onto the Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB) Thoroughbred Research Consultation Group. Through the BEVA she takes an active role in ongoing education of equine vets, writing articles, speaking at events and organising courses.
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