What services do you provide?
Although Grand Prix Equine concentrates on the needs of the sport horse, we offer a full range of services to maintain horses of all disciplines in peak condition.
Dr. Kremberg provides a wide range of services including wellness care, lameness examinations, gastroscopy and dental care. Dr. Abell also provides wellness care, as well as ultrasonography and podiatry consults.
Dr. Baus focuses primarily on lameness examinations, purchase examinations.
All of our providers assist with emergency coverage during nights and weekends.
We offer many advanced diagnostic modalities and treatments for lameness conditions. These include digital radiography, ultrasound, inertial sensors for objective gait assessment (aka the Lameness Locator), shockwave, regenerative laser therapy, platelet rich plasma, stem cells, Noltrex (polyacrilamide gel), and Pro-Stride (autologous protein solution/IRAP) joint therapies.
Do you have a central facility?
All of our services are provided where the horses live. When necessary, we will refer cases to one of the local equine hospitals for advanced diagnostics and care.
How far will you travel to work on horses?
For those stables who use our routine services, we cover Fairfield, Litchfield, Westchester and Putnam counties. This will include 24 hour emergency service for the horses we provide wellness care. (See GPE-East Division for routine care in New Haven, Hartford and Middlesex counties)
We will travel to many areas for lameness and purchase exams. This includes Long Island and Wellington, Florida. We will provide a quote for the cost of traveling to stables outside our usual region.
Can you assist with insuring my horse?
Many, if not most, of the horses we care for are insured. Once you’ve selected your insurance company, we can provide the examination to secure coverage. In the event of injury or illness, we will help you with the claim process.
What is the purpose of the Veterinary Service Client Agreement Form?
This form is valuable to us for many reasons. First of all, it provides us with the data we need to set up your account including information about your horse. Secondly, it formalizes our relationship and establishes a valid Veterinary-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR).