Veterinary Congress

Equine endurance – different aspects of health

On Monday, September 6th 2021, a veterinary congress will be held at the National Equestrian Centre in Ermelo (in the Foyer) from 13.00 – 21.00. 


Timetable veterinary congress ECWC 2021


  • Marianne Sloet van oldruitenborgh- Oosterbaan

Professor of Equine Internal Medicine, Utrecht University Diplomate ECEIM and ECVSMR.

  • David Marlin (GB)

Doctor of Philosophy(PhD) Exercise Physiology, Owner at AnimalWeb LTD

  • Aagje Hardeman

Founder Data Horse, Equine Veterinarian at Dierenkliniek Den Ham, responsible for equine orthopedics, chiropractic care, sports medicine, rehabilitation and quantitative gait analysis.

Chiropractor (Backbone Academy, IVCA)

PhD-c – Objective movement analysis/biomechanics – (Utrecht University, Uppsala University)

  • Violane Pineau (B)

Dr Violaine Pineau graduated from Oniris Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Nantes (France) in 2016. She studied the impact of a neutracetic supplement on the horses of the renown Ecole Nationale d’Equitation of Saumur for her final year’s thesis. She completed her internship at the Clinique Equine de Méheudin (France), where she worked mostly with racehorses. After several years as a general practitioner, her passion and curiosity led her to decide to specialize in equine internal medicine. She joined the ESMP Team mid 2021 and works under the direction of Dr Emmanuelle Van Erck and Dr Fe Ter Woort to complete her ECEIM residency. She has a keen interest in sport and respiratory medicine and loves traveling for both congresses and leisure.

  • Waling Haytema
  • Sjoerd Frietman

European recognized surgeon specialist in orthopedics and surgery dipl. ECVS Sjoerd graduated from Ghent University in 2011. Following graduation he took up an internship at Veterinair Centrum Someren. After which he spent one and a half years in equine practice before completing an Internship at the Ghent University. Thereafter he was appointed by Dierenkliniek Emmeloord to work at the equestrian branch in China. He is now working as a specialist in Dierenkliniek Den Ham. His interest is on all aspects of equine orthopedics and surgery with a special interest in arthroscopic surgery.

  • Bruno van Cauter

Information and registration

Costs: €150,- (payment by invoice)

Accreditation points for veterinarians are requested (PE-Veterinair = Dutch Accredition Institute)