Welcome to our licensed Thermographer Profile Page
About Kimberley Brooking
We would like to welcome Kim Brooking to the 2014 Licensee Team. Kim trained with Equitherm during November 2013 and has proving herself to be a talented and knowledgeable individual. Kim's attention to detail and degree in Equine Science and Management has given her a solid basis to grow and develop as an Equine thermographer with the Equitherm Licensee team.
" Kim initially stood out with her inquisite brain, not one to let an opportunity to ask a question go by therfore always leaving with the information she requires. Also kim's attention to detail has meant her scanning techniques are sharp and accurate, leaving no room for error. I am very much looking forward to watching Kims successes." Director of training Sandie Chambers
Kim has been around horses for over 20 years. Having competed at show jumping, Hunter trails and one day events for over 10 years. Kim started successfully British eventing last year until her horse became injured so she is taking a temporary break while her horse Bailey recovers.
Kim is also a keen Skier and was also a county level shot putter when she was younger.
Apart form her horse Bailey, Kim's other passions are her two Weimaraners who you will regularly see accompany her out and about.
Kim studied at Myerscough college where she gained her degree in 'Equine Science and Management' here she undertook a research project looking at the seasonal effects of shoeing on breakover of the hoof and maximum fetlock angle . Kim also gained a certificate of Higher Education from the University of Chester in Canine Care & Welfare and City & Guilds qualification in Canine care.
Kim has worked at Guide Dogs for the Blind Association for the last six year as a 'Dog Care and Welfare Technician' where her main role is focused on maintaining the health and welfare of the dogs whilst they are training at the training school.
Kims previous career saw her working on professional event yards as show/home and travelling groom in charge of top level event horses.
Co Equitherm ,
Bush Green Farm
Bradfield St Clare
Bury St Edmunds