Equine Home

Welcome to Hampden Equine

Here for all your veterinary needs

Our clients range from many individual leisure horse owners and pony club members, through to serious competition riders, racing stables and international renown studs.  So you can be sure that we have the experience and knowledge to meet your individual needs.

Our experienced equine veterinary surgeons are dedicated to our RCVS Accredited Equine Practice.

We pride ourselves in ensuring the treatment we recommend is appropriate to the stage of any illness or injury, and work with you, to both ensure your horse's quickest recovery and to minimise the costs to you, giving great value.

Katharine Robinson
Clinical Director

Clinic Admissions

Our Equine Clinic is located in the village of Whitchurch, just to the North of Aylesbury. Please read our Admissions information prior to attending our Equine Clinic.  Map & Directions are also provided.



We are determined to tackle the resistant worm problem! The best way to do this is if we all work together!

We have created a worming protocol for you to pin up in your yard tack room/notice board.

Please feel free to download here and print one off! 

Equine Supplements

These supplements have been carefully selected to ensure superior quality. They are manufactured in quality controlled environments using human food grade ingredients, and have been priced to save you £££s.


Artificial Insemination Fixed Priced Plan

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We provide a comprehensive BEVA Accredited AI Service for both Chilled and Frozen semen. Our vets have considerable experience providing AI services, and to minimise costs we have our Fixed Priced AI Plans for AI carried out at our Barrettstown Equine.

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Discounts – Free Vaccination & Dental Visits

Use our Free Vaccination and Dental Visit Days to dramatically reduce the cost of your horse's routine health care.

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Keep Britain’s Horses Healthy

"Keeping Britain's Horses Healthy" is a national initiative to reduce the risk of illness and disease in the 1 million horses stabled in Britain by educating and raising awareness of the benefits of preventative healthcare and encouraging its adoption among owners.