Tracy Haines VN EVN NVQ D32/33
Tracy joined the practice in 2007, having worked at Greenwood, Ellis and Partners, Newmarket for 6 years, where she developed a special interest in surgical nursing and diagnostic imaging. She enjoys National Hunt Racing and hill-walking.
Paula joined the practice in October 2007. She has spent many years working in the racing industry, including race riding for 15 years between the flags. She has two children to keep her busy and also her own horse to race next year.
Amie joined the practice in December 2010. She has been around horses since she was 9 and nursing is what she always wanted to do. She is currently studying for her EVN at Hartpury College. Before starting at TCEH she did a year in small animal practice and before that was in New Zealand for over 3 years grooming in polo and harness racing yards, riding track work in flat and jump racing stables, and doing yearling prep for the main New Zealand bloodstock sales. Outside of work she still enjoys riding but no longer has her own horse.
Crystal Radford EVN
Crystal joined TCEH in 2006, having worked for the previous 4 years at the ILPH Hoarwithy. She is a qualified BHS assistant instructor and is currently in her final year of the Equine Veterinary Nursing degree. Her interests include fishing and competing her horse, Captain, and dog agility and flyball competitions with her Springer Spaniel, Holly.
Caroline has turned to equine nursing in the last few years following a successful career as an International dressage groom. She has groomed at two Olympic Games and undertaken numerous journeys with horses by air. She competes her own horse Jim Jam II at dressage and still enjoys hacking and hunting her veteran cob Pye who underwent colic surgery at TCEH in 2010. As well as the 'two boys' she has two miniature shetlands and her first pony Lottie who she has owned for over 20 years!
Caroline particularly enjoys looking after the in patients and meeting with their owners.She also has an interest in the various diagnostic imaging techniques undertaken at the hospital.Out of work she enjoys open water swimming and lots of socialising.
Maintenance Manager and Stable Assistant
Frank joined the practice in May 2007 having spent eight years as the farm manager at a large thoroughbred stud farm.