Rosanne Olley and Claire Robinson

Rosanne Olley

BVSc MScVPS CertAVP(EM) MRCVS

Rosie graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2010 and spent the first three years of her career in mixed practice in the Peak District. Following this, Rosie undertook an equine internship at University College Dublin. During the next two years, Rosie enjoyed a Thoroughbred stud season in Ireland, spent time with foals in Australia, and undertook locum and permanent positions in equine practice in the UK. Between 2016 and 2019, Rosie completed a residency in Equine Internal Medicine at the University of Liverpool, completing her CertAVP(EM) during this time. Rosie then spent a year in an equine clinic in Northumberland, seeing a range of cases from first opinion emergencies to internal and external medicine referrals and supporting younger colleagues’ clinical development. Rosie has recently joined the medicine team at Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic, where she sees cases both in the hospital and on the road. In her free time, Rosie enjoys wild swimming, training her rescue staffie Sonic and relaxing with a good book.

Claire Robinson

BVSc MSc CertAVP(ESO)(ESST) DipECVS MRCVS

European Specialist in Equine Surgery

Claire graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2010. After a spell in mixed practice she completed an internship at Rossdales, Newmarket and a residency in equine surgery at the University of Liverpool. During her residency Claire completed the CertAVP in both equine soft tissue surgery and equine orthopaedics and a Master’s degree focussing on equine synovial sepsis.  In 2020 Claire became a large animal diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons. From 2017-2019 Claire worked at Nantwich equine clinic with a caseload of not only equine surgery and orthopaedics but also ambulatory and first opinion equine practice too. For the past year Claire has been working on the island of Malta, in Malta’s first equine clinic. Her current role involves a wide variety of equine surgery, lameness exams and also educating local people about horse care and when to seek veterinary assistance. Outside of work Claire enjoys riding, distance running, and walking her three dogs Oakley, Frank and Stanley.