A Cheshire equine hospital is marking its 25th anniversary with an open day.

Ashbrook Equine Hospital
Ashbrook is Cheshire’s only RCVS-approved tier three equine hospital.

Ashbrook Equine Hospital in Knutsford – part of the independently-owned Willows Veterinary Group – will host a range of horse-inspired activities on 2 July from midday to 5pm.

What’s on

The event will include pony hopper races, a rodeo horse, children’s face painting and a chance to see the hospital’s veterinary team, including head vets Roger Dixon and Kerry Comb, in the stocks.

A range of equine talks and horse bandaging displays will also take place, along with a tour of the purpose-built facility, which is Cheshire’s only RCVS-approved tier three equine hospital.

The Ashbrook Equine HospitalSignificant milestone

Mr Dixon said: “This is a great opportunity for people to come and see what Ashbrook is all about and the excellent expertise we can offer to horses and their owners.

“Marking our 25th anniversary is important because we are proud of the hospital’s longevity and commitment to providing the best possible care to the horses we look after.

“It’s a significant milestone in our history and we are looking forward to celebrating this important date in the hospital’s history with as many people as possible.”

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