MariekeSchildkamp

DVM MRCVS

Marieke graduated from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Whilst studying she competed internationally at Student Riding Nations Cups, representing The Netherlands at two World University Equestrian Championships in Sang-Ju (South Korea) and Aachen (Germany). After graduating she went on to complete an equine internship at one of New Zealand’s most prestigious equine hospitals. Her main duties included imaging, anaesthesia and daily care of the inpatients. During the internship Marieke developed a strong interest in orthopaedics and diagnostic imaging. She also spend a breeding season in Scone, the horse capital of Australia, gaining experience in all aspects of stud medicine. In 2015 Marieke made the move to the U.K. starting a job in Bristol, where she saw a high case load of racing thoroughbred work, in particular horses suffering with upper airway disease. From there she moved to Lambourn, again focusing on the racing industry before joining Shotter and Byers.

Marieke is a qualified FEI Permitted Treating Veterinarian.

During her free time Marieke enjoys fencing and acrobatics as well as going to the races, horse trials and polo tournaments.

MariekeSchildkamp

DVM MRCVS

Marieke graduated from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Whilst studying she competed internationally at Student Riding Nations Cups, representing The Netherlands at two World University Equestrian Championships in Sang-Ju (South Korea) and Aachen (Germany). After graduating she went on to complete an equine internship at one of New Zealand’s most prestigious equine hospitals. Her main duties included imaging, anaesthesia and daily care of the inpatients. During the internship Marieke developed a strong interest in orthopaedics and diagnostic imaging. She also spend a breeding season in Scone, the horse capital of Australia, gaining experience in all aspects of stud medicine. In 2015 Marieke made the move to the U.K. starting a job in Bristol, where she saw a high case load of racing thoroughbred work, in particular horses suffering with upper airway disease. From there she moved to Lambourn, again focusing on the racing industry before joining Shotter and Byers.

Marieke is a qualified FEI Permitted Treating Veterinarian.

During her free time Marieke enjoys fencing and acrobatics as well as going to the races, horse trials and polo tournaments.

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