Warren SchofieldFollowing his graduation from Cambridge University in 1992 Warren spent a few years in general practice in Lincolnshire.

He later joined University College Dublin (UCD) Department of Large Animal Surgery in 1994 as a resident, progressing to a lecturer a few years later. Whilst at UCD he obtained a RCVS Certificate in Equine Soft Tissue Animal Surgery and became a European Diplomate in Large Animal Surgery.

In 2000 he joined Troytown Equine Hospital as a partner specialising in equine surgery and orthopaedics. Warren led the first team to perform and report onĀ standing cannon boneĀ fracture repair in racehorses, which was published in 2006. A technique with significant welfare benefits for the horse, it has subsequently been performed and further developed in equine hospitals all over the world. His current particular interests are; surgery of foals, colic and abdomen surgery, mare reproductive tract surgery, orthopaedics, particularly bone scanning and MRI scanning. As a hospital based specialist he leads the team at Troytown GreyAbbey dealing with all manner of surgical and medical concerns including investigations into poor performance problems.

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Troytown GreyAbbey Equine Veterinary Services

Grey Abbey Road
County Kildare

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