Excellence in Equine Veterinary Medicine & Surgery

Confidence in the veterinarian. Confidence in the care your horse will receive. When you’re looking for a partner in equine veterinary care, what else really matters? With a thirty year track record of superlative service to our equine patients and their owners, Blue Ridge Equine Clinic remains the number one choice for discerning horse owners and referring veterinarians in the mid-Atlantic region.  read more

Excellence in Equine Veterinary Medicine & Surgery

Compassionate, effective equine care.

For over 30 years our team of experienced veterinarians has made Blue Ridge Equine Clinic the obvious choice for discerning horse owners in Virginia and beyond. Whether the need is for surgery, diagnostic imaging , a challenging lameness work up, or simply prompt and thorough care for your everyday needs, your horse’s wellness will be our top priority. Blue Ridge Equine Clinic combines experience and compassion with cutting edge technology to provide you and your horse state of the art service with a personal touch.

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A Good Biosecurity Program

 A good biosecurity program is important to protect your horse from disease. The following are some protocols you can implement to keep your horse safe. Talk to your veterinarian about biosecurity on the farm, and ensure you have a plan set up for emergencies. When Traveling: – Ensure your horse is up to date on […]

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AAEP’s 10 Tips for Caring for the Older Horse

10 Tips for Caring for the Older Horse   Advances in nutrition, management and health care are helping, horses are living longer, more useful lives. It’s not uncommon to find horses and ponies living well into their 20s and 30s. While genetics play a role in determining life span, you too, can have an impact. […]

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Blue Ridge Equine Clinic Open House

Please join us on December 13th from 9am-5pm at our main office in Earlysville, VA for an open house to benefit Charlottesville Area Riding Therapy (CART). You will have the option to bid on a lovely horse shoe tree made local Journeyman Farrier, John Kern. The BREC team will be providing food/refreshments. We look forward […]

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The Latest on Lyme

There’s no question that Lyme disease, the clinical manifestation of infection with the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi, is a topic of great concern to many in the mid-Atlantic region. Folks have good reason to worry about Lyme, as the infection is spreading with the deer ticks that transmit it, and this year is supposed to be a […]

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Five Steps to Prevent Tendon Injuries in your Horse

Tendon injuries can mean lengthy time off, stall rest, etc. for your horse, so all of us want to do everything possible to prevent them from occurring. Here are five steps on how to prevent them: 1. Buy a horse with the best conformation possible. We all realize that there is no perfectly conformed horse and there […]

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