Our Vets

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Amanda O'Gorman - Director


Amanda qualified from Bristol in 1999. She began working in mixed large animal practice in Somerset for a year before moving to Liphook Equine Hospital for an 18 month internship followed by a permanent ambulatory position. As well as working in some equine clinics in Dorset, she spent 3 years at Donnington Grove Hospital before settling in Dorset permanently. Gibbs Marsh Equine was founded in 2013 where it continues to grow rapidly. Amanda particularly enjoys sports medicine but has an interest in all aspects of equine medicine. Previously, Amanda had evented to a high level herself, representing GB on the junior event team in Germany. She now continues to enjoy horses through her daughter Emily, and can be regularly seen at the side of the sports pitch supporting both Emily and George in her spare time.

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Vicky O'Gorman


Vicky qualified from Liverpool in 2003 alongside her twin brother, Jamie. Her first job took her to a mixed practice in Northumberland, and then to another clinic in Marlow, before she completed a hospital internship at Rossdales in Newmarket. Taking on a permanent position at Rossdales, she developed a keen interest in lameness evaluation and diagnostic imaging, where her speciality still lies. In 2014, Vicky moved her young family from Buckinghamshire where she was working with her other sister Joanna (also an equine vet), to join Amanda in Dorset. Alongside juggling work and supporting her two children, Woody and Rosie, Vicky still enjoys schooling young horses at home.

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Georgie Varley

BVMedSci(hons) BVM BVS(hons) MRCVS

Georgie graduated from Nottingham in 2014, and then completed an equine internship at Oakham Veterinary Hospital in Rutland. She joined Gibbs Marsh in april 2016 with a keen interest in internal medicine, including gastroscopy, endoscopy and acupuncture. Georgie enjoys both preventative and performance medicine alongside the broad spectrum of emergency and routine cases seen in equine general practice. In her spare time she is happiest out and about in the countryside, on a horse, with a dog or both!

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Libby Galloway


Libby qualified from Bristol to join Gibbs Marsh as an ambulatory intern in September 2023. Riding from a young age, her interests soon took her towards becoming a vet with a particular passion for equine work. Libby has a broad interest base and is enjoying the variety of cases seen across emergency and routine work being out on the road. Growing up in Dorset, she knows the area well and is accompanied on calls by her faithful Labrador, Rubi. Libby still finds time to compete her horse, Wex, at BE and BD level.