Lacy Kamm grew up around horses on a farm in the eastern United States. She rode show jumpers competitively as a junior and worked as a professional rider to pay the bills during her university and vet school years. She went to vet school at Colorado State University and then did an internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky amidst racehorses and breeding farms. Lacy completed post-graduate work at Cornell University in New York where she researched stem cells as a treatment for orthopaedic diseases. Then she returned to Colorado to complete a residency in equine surgery and later became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Lacy is excited to be in New Zealand where folks are happy and adventurous and a beautiful place is always just around the corner.