Daisy Hammond – Veterinary Physiotherapist
22 November 2018
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Ex-student, Daisy Hammond, came to College at the age of 16 to study Horse Management Level 3. After completing this, she decided to stay on at College to do a foundation degree in Equine Science. Daisy then continued her education by completing an Advanced Certificate in Post Graduate Veterinary Physiotherapy.
Daisy now works closely with the College Equine staff to monitor the horses’ progress and got a job as a Yard Technician. She does regular physio sessions with many of the College horses to help muscle development.
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