It's Your Choice!

Are you interested in an Equitarian trip to South America? Recently lost a special equine patient that seems like part of the family? Do you prefer to help with a specific disaster emergency effort? We have a variety of projects, where your generous contribution would be of utmost importance.

General Fund Honorarium

Every equine veterinarian has patients that seem like members of the practice family. Some are quirky, some have funny habits, and some are just lovable. When those ponies reach the end of their days, whether due to illness, injury, or just old age, it is a sad event for those that have taken care of them, sometimes since birth. Honor them with a donation in their name.

Support the General Fund

Disaster Relief

We strive to assist the Veterinary Emergency Team out of Texas A&M University, in their response to equine related disaster relief nationwide. We are currently preparing to aid in the potential aftermath of Hurricane Laura, set to make landfall on August 26, 2020. We will match up to $5,000 of funds raised in the Disaster Relief fund.

Disaster Relief

Fund Research Projects

We work to contribute to research projects related to equine medicine. 

Fund Research Projects

Provide Scholarships

We offer scholarships to veterinary students to further their education as well as gain experience in equine focused areas.

Provide Scholarships

Student Activities

We also host student trips throughout the year that help students meet our local practitioners. 

Support Student Activities


We also support the Equine Disease Communication Center, an effort of the AAEP, and donate annually to it.  

Support the EDCC

Support Equitarian Projects

Dr. Rob Franklin hosts bi-annual equitation project trips to South America. With a growing effort focusing in new countries, there is a lot of room for growth on these projects.

Support the Equitarian Project