Brendan has been in Aiken, SC and Ocala, FL getting an early season baseline on the Training Listed horses for the 2012 Land Rover US Eventing Team. He then shifts into show umping gear for the USEF Selection Trials for the U.S. Jumping Team. Following the selection trials, he’s back into eventing mode for The Fork Horse Trials and the Rolex Kentucky CCI4*in April.
The Furlongs have seven mares in foal at Shelburne Farm. The Furlongs helped to select stallions for each of the mares and facilitated their breeding last spring. These mothers-to-be had previous jobs as show horses but are enjoying their new role in life as they prepare to raise their foals at Shelbourne Farm.
The New Jersey clinic is undergoing a modest expansion to create more space for storage and archiving, as well as to open up more work space for lameness exams and treatment.
Furlong’s Healthy Horse is off and running with Adam Furlong behind the wheel. So far it has exceeded expectations and we are looking forward to launching the new site. If you’re a client, look for major March savings in your inbox!
One of our interns, Dr. Rachel Liepman, is heading to Ohio State University for her residency in internal medicine. Dr. Jessica Stahle, who has spent a lot of time working very closely with Dr. Furlong, has accepted a radiology residency at Virginia Tech University. We will miss them both but are very excited for them.
Finally, Dr. Misty Gray has completed her animal chiropractic training at Options For Animals College of Animal Chiropractic. Following the course, Dr. Gray passed the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA) licensing exam and is excited to offer this new service to our clients. If you have any questions about how chiropractic can help your equine companion, please contact Dr. Gray at the office.