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

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.

Latest News

Equine 911: When do I really need to call the vet?

When horses are sick or injured, it can be difficult to know what problems need a veterinarian’s care on an emergency basis, and which can wait until morning or later. Some situations, such as major bleeding, thrashing colic, or a horse that is down and can’t get up, clearly require veterinary intervention, but others are […]

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Vaccinating Your Horse Yourself

There has been a lot of discussion lately on this topic. Most horse owners prefer to have veterinarians vaccinate their horses, but many are comfortable doing it themselves and have done so for years without any complications. This can save some money and can be more convenient for those people who have been trained to […]

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Farriers and Veterinarians Collaborate at Blue Ridge Equine Clinic

Blue Ridge Equine Clinic hosted a great turnout of 25 farriers on March 19. The farrier/veterinarian discussion went on for 2 hours and touched on improving communications and understanding. It was a diverse group of farriers from the greater Charlottesville area, the Valley and Hanover county. The subject for the evening was low palmar angles […]

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