Past president steps into new role at BEVA

Former equine veterinary association BEVA president Lucy Grieve has been appointed as its veterinary projects officer. Previously an ambulatory assistant at Newmarket-based Rossdales Veterinary Surgeons, Grieve will be providing additional veterinary guidance and resources for BEVA in this new role.

Grieve qualified from Cambridge University in 2007 and became the first diagnostic imaging intern at Rossdales. She then spent seven years as an in-house vet for Darley’s pre-training facility in Newmarket, where she worked on yearlings, horses in training, rehabilitation and the occasional National Hunt horse. She returned to Rossdales in 2015 as an ambulatory assistant. Her main areas of interest are lameness, diagnostic imaging and poor performance.

A member of the BEVA council since 2012, Grieve has served as chair of the ethics and welfare committee and sat on the equestrian sports committee, liaising with regulatory bodies such as the BHA and FEI. She was BEVA president during 2020/21.

See the full report on page 26 of the October 2022 issue of RAD Magazine.

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