Equine Veterinarians Specializing in Racehorses

thoroughbred equine vet

Scott Hay, DVM, President, Managing Shareholder

Dr. Scott Hay, a 1988 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, has been with TFB Equine his entire veterinary career. Growing up in Kansas, Dr. Hay spent much of his youth working for his father who was also a veterinarian. He is currently the president and managing partner of TFB Equine. Dr. Hay's clinical focus is on lameness, performance evaluations and purchase examinations. When not in South Florida attending to racehorses, Dr. Hay travels to many thoroughbred sales where he consults with clients on potential purchases. Dr. Hay is active in the American Association of Equine Practitioners and is currently the chairperson of its racing committee. He also serves as the co-chair of the Racing Medication Testing Consortium's Scientific Advisory Committee.



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Sarah Barr, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Sarah Barr was born in Zanesville, Ohio, where she grew up working on a Quarter Horse breeding farm. While in Ohio, she gained experience on both Thoroughbred and Standardbred racetracks as a veterinary assistant.

Sarah obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Kentucky in 2002. During her four years in Lexington, she worked on a breeding farm and at the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton horse sales. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in June 2006 and joined TFB Equine the same month. In 2009, Dr. Barr became a partner in the TFB practice.

Dr. Barr's areas of interest are lameness evaluation, radiology and ultrasound, and upper airway evaluation. She is also trained in veterinary acupuncture, a modality she uses to help animals of all species.

After ten years of working on the racetrack in Florida, Kentucky, and the MidAtlantic division, Dr. Barr seized the opportunity to take TFB Equine westward and opened TFB Colorado in July 2016. The practice is focused on integrative performance horse medicine and acupuncture for all species. She lives just outside of Steamboat Springs, Colorado with her partner Dave and their two young children Ben and Addie.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys running, hiking, swimming, and exploring the surrounding wilderness with her family and their two Australian Shepherds Lani and Dugan.

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Luis Benitez, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Luis Benitez was born and raised in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. In 1993, he transferred from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez to UMass Amherst where he continued his education in animal science. In 1995, Dr. Benitez began his veterinary studies at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Dr. Benitez is very thankful for his parents—Luis Benitez and Luz Cruz—and his sister, Noemi Rugel, for their support while he pursued his dream of becoming a veterinarian.

In 2001, Dr. Benitez married his childhood sweetheart, Sally. He is a proud father of four children: Erin, Kirsten, Riley and Liam. They have made his life complete. Dr. Benitez and his family enjoy family camping trips, RV road trips and beach days, among many other outdoors activities.

Dr. Benitez has enjoyed working as a race track veterinarian for 16 years. TFB Equine gave him the opportunity to work alongside a group of premiere veterinarians when he was hired in June 1999. Since then, Dr. Benitez has grown professionally. He became a practice owner in 2004, and he now cares for high-level racehorse athletes. Furthermore, Dr. Benitez has had the opportunity to learn from the top veterinarians in the racing industry.

Since he started working for TFB Equine, Dr. Benitez has worked in Hialeah Park, Calder Race Track, Gulfstream Park, Delaware Park, Palm Meadows, Parx Casino and Racing, Penn National and Fairhill Training Center. He considers it a pleasure to provide veterinary care to a wide range of racehorse athletes in the U.S.A.

Racetrack practice has been very rewarding in his efforts to become a top quality veterinarian. Dr. Benitez enjoys keeping his patients happy, healthy and free of pain. He strives to provide his clients with accurate diagnoses. He does not stop until his clients, the horse, and the owner are satisfied with his efforts.

Dr. Benitez is currently working in Palm Meadows and is eager to provide top quality veterinary care to his clients and potential new clients. He sees himself being an outstanding asset to the TFB clientele as he continues to practice veterinary medicine. Dr. Benitez also hopes to continue exploring and traveling around the world.

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Luis Castro, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Luis A. Castro received his veterinary degree from the University of Florida in 1988. He joined TFB Equine in 1991 after working in an ambulatory equine practice in Miami-Dade County, Florida, and has been a full partner in TFB Equine since 1996. He currently resides and practices at Saratoga Race Course in upstate New York from May through October and at Palm Meadows Training Center in South Florida from November through April.

Dr. Castro's areas of interest include lameness, diagnostic imaging and upper respiratory disorders in thoroughbred racehorses. He has performed nearly 3,000 surgical procedures to correct the dorsal displacement of the soft palate (sternothyroideus tenotomy or Llewllyn procedure).

In 2004 Dr. Castro co-founded the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners (FAEP), served on it's Executive Committee and was elected FAEP President in 2006. He has also served on the Research Committee of the Grayson Jockey Club Foundation from 2014 to 2016. He is currently serving on the American Association of Equine Practitioners' (AAEP) On Call Program.

Dr. Castro is currently involved as part of Stablelab's serum amyloid A yearly project: The Innovators Circle. He is also a member of the FAEP, AAEP, the Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA), and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). In addition, Dr. Castro has authored or co-authored several papers that have been published in the American Journal of Veterinary Research (AJVR).

Dr. Castro was born in Venezuela and was raised in a Maryland suburb of Washington, D.C. He is bilingual and fluent in Spanish. His personal interests include traveling and SCUBA diving. He holds a private pilot license and enjoys flying. He also trains for, and participates in triathlons. Most importantly, Dr. Castro is the person to Koa the Australian Shepherd.

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Bonnie Comerford, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Bonnie Comerford grew up in Orchard Park, New York. She always had a strong interest in riding horses and spent the vast majority of her childhood working on a private horse farm. She got her first horse, "Turn Me on Angela," as an on off the track thoroughbred in 1994.

In 2002, Dr. Comerford received her Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York at Geneseo with a major in pre-veterinary medicine. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with high honors in 2006.

Following graduation, Dr. Comerford completed a year-long internship in equine surgery at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Kentucky. This internship provided an intense training period in a high volume referral center under the mentorship of some of the best veterinary surgeons in the world.

In July 2008, Dr. Comerford joined TFB Equine and she later became a shareholder of the practice in 2014.

Dr. Comerford is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners, and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners.

In her free time, Dr. Comerford enjoys hiking with her dog, running, reading, and relaxing at the beach.

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Timothy M. DeLatte, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Tim DeLatte was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. Dr. DeLatte's love and respect for the equine athlete started through personal experience with his own thoroughbred jumper and has continued to grow throughout his veterinary career.

Dr. DeLatte received his Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana Tech University in 1995. In 1999, he completed his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University. Dr. DeLatte's career began at Palm Beach Equine Clinic in Wellington, FL, where he was involved in lameness, sports medicine and emergency and elective surgery. After completing his internship, he stayed on at the practice for the next three years, continuing to work on some of the top sport horses in the world.

In June 2004, Dr. DeLatte was given the opportunity to work in the racing industry at Louisiana Downs and The Fair Grounds. He joined TFB Equine in April 2005. In 2007, Dr. DeLatte went on to work at a referral hospital in North Central New Jersey where he refined his skills in lameness and sports medicine. His specific professional interests are in lameness evaluation and diagnostic ultrasound.

In October 2010, Dr. DeLatte returned to TFB Equine. He is currently heading up Tampa Bay Downs in our Florida division during the winter season and spends the summer in our New York division at Belmont and Aqueduct.

Outside of work Dr. DeLatte enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. His hobbies include sailing, exercising and landscaping.

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Sara Langsam, VMD, Shareholder

Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised on Long Island, Dr. Langsam was brought up in the Thoroughbred industry, visiting many racetracks around the country and spending most weekends at either Belmont, Aqueduct, or Saratoga rooting her family's horses across the wire. It was no stretch of the imagination when she decided to become an equine veterinarian.

Dr. Langsam received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Cornell University in 1998. In 2002, she graduated from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school, Dr. Langsam worked in the sports medicine department at New Bolton Center, assisting with both lameness and treadmill exams and doing research involving upper airway conditions in horses. Following graduation, she completed a yearlong internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY, where she gained invaluable experience working alongside many top specialists in a high-caseload setting.

Dr. Langsam joined TFB Equine in July 2003 and became a partner in 2009. After working in the Mid-Atlantic and Florida divisions, she moved home to New York in 2012 and started the Long Island division of TFB Equine, servicing Belmont Park and Aqueduct Racetrack year-round. Her main professional interests are in lameness evaluations, radiology, ultrasound, upper airway problems and pre-purchase exams.

When not working, Sara is an amateur photographer and enjoys exploring and traveling the world.


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Charles Thomas Reid, VMD, Shareholder

A native of Pennsylvania, Dr. Charles Reed has worked at TFB Equine since May of 2004. He attended the University of Delaware for his undergraduate degree in Animal Science and the University of Pennsylvania for his Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners. Dr. Reid's professional interests include lameness, diagnostic imaging and upper airway disorders.

Dr. Reid credits his father with his interest in veterinary medicine. "Helping owners and trainers maximize performance of their horses and advancing welfare of horses in the racing industry are the most satisfying things about being a veterinarian," he says.

Dr. Reid and his wife, Alysia, who is a small animal veterinarian, share their home with Dexter, a Swiss mountain dog; Finely, a golden poodle; Bruno and Griswald, cats; Sully, a Clydesdale; and Opie, and Vic, thoroughbreds. He enjoys skiing, fishing, car racing, karate and poker in his free time.

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Martine Rodgers, DVM, Shareholder

Dr. Martine Rodgers is a 2008 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in a small town in Maine and was an avid member of the United States Pony Club, competing in rallies and local jumper shows. She also enjoyed fox hunting and snowboarding.

After moving to South Florida in 1995, Dr. Rodgers completed her undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry and her masters studies in microbiology at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. While in school, she worked at a small animal veterinary practice that solidified her career choice of becoming a veterinarian. Once she began her vet school program, she was bitten by the horse bug once again, and she joined the student chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. She was elected as the President of the chapter during her second year.

Dr. Rodgers is interested in lameness, endoscopy, digital imaging and acupuncture. She is currently a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners.

Outside of work, Dr. Rodgers likes spending time with her husband, John, their two horses, Sugar and Charm, and their five dogs named Bosco, Sasha, Maggie, Diesel and Sally. She also enjoys riding, fishing, diving, snowboarding and spending time with her two children.

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Edris Abreu, DVM

Dr. Abreu was born and raised in Puerto Rico, and moved to Georgia as a teenager. He received his Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences from the University of Georgia, working in the radiology department of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at the same time. He then also completed his veterinary degree from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 2008. Following graduation he completed a year-long surgery internship at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Kentucky.

He then moved to Camden, South Carolina where he worked at Palmetto Equine Clinic for five years. The majority of the patients were show horses, and thoroughbreds in training as well as steeplechasers. In 2014, he and his family moved to South Florida and he began working for Burch and Burch, DVM . In the summer of 2016 he began working for TFB Equine.

Dr. Abreu is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners.

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Chrissy and their two kids, Alex and Izzy, watching college football, going camping, and scuba diving.

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Erika Jo Beck, DVM

Dr. Erika Jo Beck grew up in Northern Virginia. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science with an equine emphasis from Virginia Tech. She also completed equine dentistry programs at the University of Nebraska and The American School of Equine Dentistry. Dr. Beck continued her education at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2014.

Following graduation, Dr. Beck completed a year-long internship at Ocala Equine Hospital where she rotated between surgery and ambulatory medicine.

Her professional interests include the thoroughbred industry, lameness, upper airway evaluations, neonatal medicine and dentistry. She is currently a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners, the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association.

In her spare time Dr. Beck enjoys riding her young event prospect, fox hunting and spending time at the beach.

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April Downey, VMD

Dr. April Downey grew up outside of Saratoga Springs, New York. She always had an interest in horses, going to the races and riding show horses while she was growing up, and she rode for the Boston University equestrian team while an undergraduate there. Dr. Downey also had a strong interest in marine life, and decided to pursue that field in her college studies, receiving her undergraduate degree in marine biology from Boston University in 1996. During her junior year, she decided to go to vet school and attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine where her love of horses changed the direction of her vet school program toward equine sports medicine and surgery. She spent the four summers of her vet school years riding with a racetrack veterinarian at Saratoga, and she received her veterinary medical degree in 2000.

Since graduating veterinary school, Dr. Downey has spent her entire veterinary career working with racehorses at the racetrack. Initially in Maryland practicing at Laurel, Bowie, and Pimlico racetracks. Then for four years she practiced at Belmont Park, Aqueduct, Saratoga, and Palm Meadows Training Center. In April 2005, she joined Teigland, Franklin & Brokken, and enjoyed practicing at Saratoga Race Track in the summer and Palm Meadows Training Center during the winter. In 2014, she decided to stay in Saratoga exclusively and practices there from April thru November.

Dr. Downey's primary areas of interest are lameness, upper airway problems, and diagnostics, including the use of digital radiographs and ultrasonography. She is licensed in Florida, New York, Delaware, and Maryland and is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners.

Outside of work, she enjoys international travel, SCUBA diving, swimming, skiing, hiking and spending time with her daughter Isabelle, her German Shepherd Roxie, and two cats.

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Sooichiro James Fukuda, DVM

Dr. James Fukuda was born in the United States and raised in the suburbs of Tokyo, Japan. His interest in horses first began to grow as he spent many weekends at a local racetrack in Tokyo with his father. He moved back to the United States in 2003 and attained a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Virginia. He was also a member of the UVA equestrian team where he learned to appreciate the joy of riding.

After earning his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2011, Dr. James completed an internship at Equine Medical Center of Ocala, where he was trained in both ambulatory and hospital settings. Dr. James practiced in Saratoga Springs, NY and Palm City, FL prior to joining TFB Equine in the summer of 2015.

Dr. James' veterinary interests include acupuncture and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, upper airway evaluation, lameness evaluation and diagnostic imaging. In his spare time, Dr. James enjoys playing basketball and golf, fishing, playing the guitar, cooking out and watching college sports with friends.

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Denise Newsome, BVSc, MRCVS, DABVP

Dr. Newsome is a native of Chester County, PA, where she grew up riding for top steeplechase trainers. She graduated from Unionville High School then crossed the "big" pond to attend the University of Wales, Bangor and graduated top of her Biology Degree class. She obtained her veterinary medicine degree (BVSc MRCVS) at the University of Liverpool before returning home to complete a large animal internship at the University of Tennessee.

Dr. Newsome spent a few years in mixed animal private practice in the south before attending the Louisiana State University to become board certified in the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, Equine Specialty in 2013. She has since worked in private mixed animal practice and most recently spent time at Monmouth Race Course. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine for both small and large animals and has a keen interest in internal medicine, diagnostic imaging, sports medicine and surgery.

When not working, Dr. Newsome enjoys hiking with her retired police dog Zach, training her Percheron Toby, spending time with family, and hopes to get back into steeplechasing!

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Jacqueline Shellow, D.V.M., M.S.

Dr. Jacqueline Shellow is a veterinarian and has been with Teigland, Franklin and Brokken, DVM’s, PA, since graduating from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Shellow attended Stephens College and then the University of Kentucky where she obtained a Masters Degree in Equine Nutrition. In 1994, she was certified in veterinary acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and in 1998, certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association.

Dr. Shellow is Past President of the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners where she currently serves as a FAEP Council Member. She was appointed to the Executive Board of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association and also on the Legislative Committee for the FVMA. The FVMA named Dr. Shellow as a 2010 Gold Star Award winner for her work as liaison between the FVMA and the FAEP, and in 2014 she was FVMA Veterinarian of the Year.

Dr. Shellow is also a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and was on the AAEP Foundation Advisory Committee. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, and the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. She has been a lecturer, teaching associate and internship mentor for the IVAS Veterinary Acupuncture Course and is a member of the IVAS U.S. Education Committee, currently serving as Case Report Coordinator.

Outside of veterinary medicine, Dr. Shellow enjoys spending time with her family and animals. And she loves to spend time swimming, biking and running.


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Bruce Solomon, DVM, Former Shareholder

Veterinarian Bruce Solomon has worked for TFB Equine since 1991. The son of an equine practitioner, Dr. Solomon attended The Ohio State University for his undergraduate work, where he earned a B.S. in microbiology. He earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Solomon is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners and the Florida Veterinary Association. Dr. Solomon's professional interests include lameness, diagnostic imaging and ultrasound.

"I love sports medicine," says Dr. Solomon. "Race horses are truly magnificent athletes. When I can help steer an owner, trainer or horse in the right direction I feel like a part of a team, and that I have made an important contribution toward managing that athlete's career."

Dr. Solomon shares his home with his wife, Dr. Sheryl Strasser, a former veterinarian who is now a practicing medical doctor. Their daughter Lauren is currently attending med school, and their son Eric is currently pre-med. They have a horse, Doozy, and five cats, Ben, Peter, Nigel, Felix and Vickie. In his free time he enjoys mountain biking, traveling, and sports.

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Heidi S. Thomas, DVM

Heidi Thomas was born and raised in Madison, Connecticut in an avid horse family. She rode and showed horses throughout high school and college. She received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana where she was a member of the equestrian team and Delta Delta Delta National Sorority. During the summer breaks, when back home in Connecticut, she worked as a veterinary technician.

Dr. Thomas graduated in 1995 from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts where she worked as a technician in the large animal hospital while attending school. During her senior year, she did various externships in equine sports medicine in California, Kentucky and Florida. After graduation, she headed to South Florida where she practiced at Calder Race Course and also worked on many performance horses at local farms.

In 2003, Dr. Thomas moved to Arizona to be closer to her father who was living in Phoenix. While in Arizona, Dr. Thomas was able to broaden her clientele to include rope horses, barrel-racing horses, as well as Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racehorses. She was the track veterinarian at Yavapai Downs during the summer of 2006. Before leaving Phoenix, she was practicing at Turf Paradise Race Track. Dr. Thomas joined Teigland, Franklin & Brokken in February 2008. She attended the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine and received training in Equine Acupuncture and Veterinary Food Therapy. After moving to Ocala she worked as an association veterinarian at Tampa Bay Downs. She recently moved back to South Florida and is happy to be back practicing at Gulfstream Park and Gulfstream Park West.

Dr. Thomas is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, American Veterinary Medical Association, Florida Veterinary Medical Association and Arizona Veterinary Medical Association. Her special interests include lameness, acupuncture and rehabilitation. She has personally rehabilitated several racehorses and placed them in loving homes. When not working, she can usually be found horseback riding, shopping or spending time at the beach.

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Heather Tillson, DVM

Dr. Heather Tillson was born and raised in the small town of Galway which sits 25 minutes west of Saratoga Springs, NY. Through high school and college she worked at the small greenhouse business that her parents own, called Milburt Farm and Greenhouse. While growing up she had one pony "Dinky" as well as many other farm animals including chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and pigs.

In 2009 Heather received her bachelor's degree in animal science and pre-veterinary medicine from University of Tennessee at Martin. Heather had an athletic scholarship the entire four years at the University of Tennessee where she competitively shot rifle for their NCAA Division 1 team. From 2010 to 2013 Heather attended veterinary school at St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies and in 2014 she completed her clinical year of veterinary school at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. While in vet school Heather served on the board of the Large Animal Society, taught equine anatomy for student study groups, and was co-chair of a spay and neuter clinic for dogs and cats on the island of Grenada. After graduating vet school Heather completed a hospital internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Saratoga, NY. Heather joined TFB Equine directly after her internship completed in June 2015.

Heather's professional interests include colic, emergency medicine, surgery, ophthalmology and teaching. She is also currently in the process of completing a 6 month acupuncture training program at the Chi Institute in Florida.

In her spare time Heather enjoys keeping chickens, running, hiking, kayaking, cooking and spending time with her family. Heather's mother and younger sister are both nurses at Saratoga hospital, and her father is "retired" and now running the family business full time. Also, Heather recently adopted an off-the-track greyhound from Florida, Benson.

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Elizabeth Weber, DVM

Dr. Elizabeth Weber grew up in central New Jersey and became involved in horses at a young age. She was a member of the United States Pony Club and competed primarily in three-day eventing, as well as jumpers and dressage. She is still an active three-day eventing competitor and a member of both the US Eventing Association and the FEI.

Dr. Weber moved north to Dartmouth College for her undergraduate studies and completed a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences in 2009, along with a minor in music. During terms away from school, she worked at both a large equine referral hospital and for a racetrack practice at Gulfstream Park, which strengthened her interest in pursuing a career in equine racetrack practice.

In May 2013, Dr. Weber graduated with high honors from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. During her time at UF, she was the president of the student chapter of the AAEP and conducted research in pharmacokinetics and neonatal sepsis. Following graduation, she joined the practice of TFB Equine in June 2013 and is currently based in south Florida.

Her professional interests include lameness evaluation, upper airway evaluation, and performance horse medicine. Dr. Weber is currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Equine Practitioners, and the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners. In her free time, she enjoys riding her young Thoroughbred event horse, Zoe, as well as reading, running, and baking.

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