Natasha qualified from Cambridge University in 2011. She spent the next four years in equine ambulatory practice in Gloucestershire with a large emphasis on polo and performance horse work. In 2015 she undertook a three-year residency in Equine Internal Medicine at the Royal Veterinary College. During her residency she has published research into endocrine disease diagnosis and lower airway analysis. In February 2019 Natasha passed the European College of Equine Internal Medicine board exams to become a specialist in Equine Internal Medicine. She enjoys all aspects of internal medicine but is particularly interested in critical care, neurology, gastroenterology and respiratory disease. When not at work she loves walking her dog, spending time in her garden and cooking for family and friends.