Meet the Corner House Team

Our dedicated team will ensure that your horse is given the highest level of care at all times.

Robert Walsh (Director)

MVB MRCVS Grad Cert ESM (UCD) Advanced Practitioner In Equine Practice

Robert is the senior clinic vet, he qualified from Dublin Vet School and since then has worked in Australia, Ireland and more recently in the Cotswolds prior to setting up the clinic in 1999.

Robert has a special interest in investigation of performance problems and was recently awarded a certificate with honours in Equine Sports Medicine from Dublin University.

Tel: 07887 701 480

Angela Walsh (Director)

MRCVS BVMS Cert AVP

Since qualifying at Glasgow University I have always mainly been interested in equine medicine. I have just been awarded a Cert AVP from Liverpool University after three extra years of studying Equine Medicine and find that  it has increased my enjoyment in dealing with everyday cases.

I have recently bought a young Irish draft horse that I intend to compete at dressage when time allows!

Tel: 07766 100 420

Ed Shaw

BVSC MRCVS

I graduated from Massey University in New Zealand in 1997. My travels have taken in Australia, Yorkshire, Sussex and various other places before settling at Corner House in 2007.

My family and I live in Astwood Bank with our dog and cat. I enjoy all aspects of horse work, but mainly lameness and diagnostic imaging.

Tel: 07775 670 638

Michelle Lawrence

BVM&S MRCVS GPcert Equine Practice

I qualified from Edinburgh university in 2003 and worked in mixed practice for three years before completing an equine internship at Chiltern Equine Clinic in Buckinghamshire. I have spent the last six years working in a purely equine clinic in the Cotswolds during which time I attained the GP certificate in Equine Practice.

I enjoy all aspects of equine work, but have developed a particular interest in the challenges of equine anaesthesia. Outside of work, I enjoy riding and competing and walking my rather lively springer spaniel “Teasel”.

Tel: 07795 517 524

Stef Barnett

BVM BVS MRCVS

Stef qualified from Nottingham in 2015 , Her first year was spent in California at a large equine hospital and she returned to the UK in June 2016 to start with us at Corner House . Stef has an unruly puppy she is trying to train and is a self confessed rock chick !

Jo Gwynne

BVM BVS MRCVS

Since qualifying at Nottingham University 3 years ago, Jo has always worked with horses.  Jo joined us recently to help cover our pregnant vets and has fitted in really well, she has started a certificate at Liverpool University so between that and working and riding her own horse we think she will be pretty busy for the next year.

Tel: 07469 857 320

Jane Furber

I have been the office manager at Corner House Equine Clinic since 2005. I enjoy my strange mixture of duties which include answering the telephone & making appointments, doing the accounts and checking in blood & faecal samples!

I enjoy going on holiday, eating out and country walks (only in warm weather!)

Claire Burke

I have been with Corner House Equine Clinic since September 2008. I am a qualified veterinary nurse with over 14 years experience with small animals, exotics and equines. I find the equine work a new challenge and have learnt a lot of new skills from using the shockwave machine to helping horses to recover from anaesthetics.
To relax I spend time with my dogs and horses and the occasional trip to the USA to visit friends.

Kate Sutton

BVMS MRCVS

I graduated with a distinction from the University of Edinburgh in June 2007. Following graduation I worked at The Minster Equine Clinic in York as an intern and ambulatory vet for 18 months. I started at Corner House Equine Clinic in January 2009, where I am responsible for the care of the inpatients, anaesthesia and laboratory work as well as routine ambulatory work.

Mandy Jerrom

I started at Corner House Equine Clinic doing a mixture of duties, but now mainly look after insurance claims. I am living my dream working with horses!

In my free time I enjoy looking after my horse and riding her.

Sara Cook

I joined Corner House Equine Clinic in 2014 and am now living my dream of working within a vets, previously I have worked as a groom both on dressage and show jumping competition yards as well as stud work, my job entailed travelling to competitions both internationally and within the UK.

In my spare time I enjoy riding my own horse and compete regularly.

Kim Warren

Since leaving Warwickshire college in 2005 I have always worked with horses. Prior to beginning at Corner House Equine Clinic in October 2008 I worked at an eventing yard for 3 years.

My role includes general yard duties and assisting veterinary surgeons, as well as office work (answering the phones, booking appointments , replying to emails etc) I also own two horses and compete throughout the year.

Lauren Poole

Lauren has started with us to run our new Romsley office. She is an equine graduate but also team chases in her spare time ! In the past Lauren has even trued her hand at point-to point riding so running an equine vets in Romsley isn’t going to seem too taxing !