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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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Farrier/Veterinarian Discussion Recap

Many thanks to all who attended the seminar last night at the Clinic, especially to Dr. Scott Pleasant and Travis Burns from Virginia Tech. There was a good turnout and an excellent presentation by the Virginia Tech team. We will plan to have another one this winter. Travis Burns, the farrier from Tech, is going 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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Equine Imaging – Dr. Tabby Moore

On April 24 at our Client Education seminar at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Dr. Tabby Moore educated us about Equine Imaging Technology, its uses, advantages and limitations.  She covered radiography, ultrasonography, scintigraphy (bone scan) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), explaining the various modalities that can be confusing for horse owners. Equine Radiography – An x-ray […]

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Equine Imaging & Hay Analysis – Client Education Seminar

Join us on April 24 at the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington for a free Client Education Dinner & Seminar on Equine Imaging and Hay Analysis.  Doors open at 5:30 pm in the Coliseum Mezzanine, dinner begins at 6:00 pm, and speakers will present at 6:45 pm.  Sponsored by Blue Ridge Equine Clinic, Augusta Cooperative […]

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