Lars Mortensen

Lars graduated in 2002 from the Danish veterinary university in Copenhagen. After graduation he moved to England where he completed an internship in equine lameness in Gloucestershire before returning to work in mainly equine practice in Denmark. In 2005, Lars moved to England permanently and continued to pursue his interest in equine ambulatory practice. Lars joined the Onley team in June 2023. In his spare time Lars enjoys spending time with the family, mountain biking and traveling.


Michele Greco PhD CertAVP(ESO) CertAVP(ESST) MRCVS

Coming Soon!

Sian Stokes BVetMed MRCVS

Coming soon!

Holly Gimmler BVSc MRCVS

Holly joined the team in July 2021 having just graduated from the University of Liverpool. During her studies she gained valuable experience treating equine emergencies and caring for inpatients under the guidance of top specialists at the Philip Leverhulme Equine Hospital. She enjoys all aspects of equine veterinary work and has gained particular interests in medicine, orthopaedics and general practice. Her favourite placements include a trip working with wildlife in South Africa and riding out for a local racing yard near her home in the Cotswolds. She loves the sea and can often be found travelling or exploring the UK’s coastline.


Danielle A Bowles BVMedSci (Hons) BVM BVS MRCVS

Danielle (Danni) graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2019. Following graduation, she completed an internship at B&W Equine Hospital before working in ambulatory practice locally. She joined the Towcester Equine team primarily based at the Onley clinic at the beginning of August 2022.
Danni particularly enjoys lameness and medical cases and is usually very involved in our poor performance/lameness days held at Onley.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her fiancé and sheltie dog called Ori.

Gwen Davies BVMedSci BVM BVS MRCVS

Gwen joined the team in July 2019 as one of the equine interns. Graduating from the University of Nottingham in 2019 Gwen developed a keen interest in lameness work during her studies. She completed an externship at Donnington Grove Veterinary Group, gaining valuable experience in emergency work and inpatient care. Following completion of her internship, Gwen joined the Practice as one of our veterinarary surgeons and hopes to complete a certificate in the near future.

In her spare time, Gwen competes her own horse Campeon up to BE Novice level and enjoys walks with her Cocker Spaniel Panda.

Gemma Kirk BVetMed MRCVS

Gemma graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008 and has been in equine practice ever since. As a new graduate she worked for a branch of Minster Equine Clinic in Doncaster. She then undertook an internship at Arundel Equine Hospital in West Sussex where she looked after inpatients, carried out anaesthesia and was involved in lameness investigations and diagnostic imaging. Upon completion of her internship, she stayed at Arundel initially as a hospital/lameness assistant and latterly as part of the ambulatory and stud team.

Gemma spent four years directly dividing her time between Northern Hemisphere stud seasons in practice at Arundel and Towcester Equine Vets and Southern Hemisphere seasons as a resident vet at Vinery Stud, Australia. Vinery is a large Thoroughbred farm that is home to around 500 horses with 150-200 mares being bred each season and 150-200 foals arriving every year. Time spent here served as a valuable experience in all areas of equine reproduction and foal care, albeit rather busy at times!

Gemma has been with us at Towcester Equine Vets since March 2016 and is our lead breeding vet; however having been practising for the last thirteen years, is a valuable asset in all areas of the practice. Gemma owns a handsome whippet called Fred who accompanies her out on the road.

Abi Jennings BVMedSci (Hons) BVM BVS (Hons) CertAVP(EM) MRCVS

Abi joined us in 2015. She graduated from Nottingham University and spent her first year as a hospital intern at Bell Equine in Kent. During this time, she saw a large variety of cases including lots of emergency medicine and gained extensive experience in equine anaesthesia which she has a keen interest in. Abi has a strong bias for internal medicine and has gained a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in this field, enabling her to provide current and evidence-based approaches to medical cases. Outside of work she enjoys baking, walking her dog Etta, and scuba diving (but only in warmer waters!), alongside riding her ex-racehorse Annie.

Tamarisk Leeming BSc (Hons) MVSc MRCVS

Tamarisk studied Zoology at Newcastle University and worked in tourism for four years before returning to university to study Veterinary Science at Bristol University. Tam is a keen rider and had been a client for many years; she is a Joint Master of the Grafton Hunt and has recently started hunting sidesaddle. She breeds her own horses and is currently competing one of them up to BE Intermediate level. You can find Tam out on the road carrying out ambulatory duties accompanied by her new puppy!

Strictly Necessary

These cookies are required for our website to operate and include items such as whether or not to display this pop-up box or your session when logging in to the website. These cookies cannot be disabled.


We use 3rd party services such as Google Analytics to measure the performance of our website. This helps us tailor the site content to our visitors needs.


From time to time, we may use cookies to store key pieces of information to make our site easier for you to use. Examples of this are remembering selected form options to speed up future uses of them. These cookies are not necessary for the site to work, but may enhance the browsing experience.


We may use advertising services that include tracking beacons to allow us to target our visitors with specific adverts on other platforms such as search or social media. These cookies are not required but may improve the services we offer and promote.

Change Settings

Welcome. You can control how we use cookies and 3rd party services below

Change Settings Accept
Learn how we use cookies