• Client Evening Dates 2019

    Thurs June 13th 2019: Donkey Day

    Tues July 2nd 2019: Evening Physio Clinic

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  • Our Services

  • Our Vets

  • Our Hospital

  • We are pleased to offer a full range of equine veterinary services, from routine vaccinations to specialised surgery. Our experienced ambulatory vets travel throughout Cheshire and the surrounding areas on a daily basis to visit and examine horses at home. For more complex conditions, horses may be brought to our purpose built Hospital for further diagnostic and treatment. 

  • Our team of friendly, equine-only vets are able to offer your horse the best possible care, whether they are a high level competition horse or a much loved pet. Our vets have particular expertise in lameness, medical problems, reproduction and dentistry. We believe that keeping up to date with current science is pivotal to providing a quality service and all of our vets regularly attend Continuing Professional Development courses. Many of our vets have achieved, or are enrolled in, post-graduate qualifications.

  • Our hospital is the only Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Approved Tier 3 Equine Hospital in Cheshire. This means we have passed a rigorous inspection and have met the highest standards possible for Equine Hospitals. We have a nurse on site 24 hours a day, providing the best care for your horse, and peace of mind for you. The hospital is easily accessible from the motorway network and from across the north west.

  • Ashbrook Evening Talks Series

    Please join us at our fun and informative series of evening talks by industry experts. All talks start at 7.30 /7.45pm but refreshments are served from 7pm. Entry to our talks is free but pre-booking is essential. To reserve your place please call 01565 723030

    Click here to view all our forthcoming talks

  • Ashbrook Equine Hospital has signed up for the Colic REACT Champions campaign in an effort to increase owner awareness of colic, its prevention and management.

    If you'd like to discuss any aspects of colic, please contact our vets who will be able to answer your queries