About Us

Front Range Equine Performance (“Front Range Equine”) is an equine veterinary practice serving Northern Colorado’s Front Range, Steamboat Springs and Laramie, Wyoming with exceptional quality of care and leading edge solutions for equine performance management. We provide equine sports medicine, rehabilitation, acupuncture and chiropractic care that identifies and treats the root cause of your equine partner's performance problem.

While your primary care veterinarian delivers needed preventative, medical/surgical or after-hours emergency care to your horse, we focus on augmenting that care with exceptional, targeted, quality of care in sports medicine and rehabilitation by bringing leading edge diagnostic imaging, treatment and rehabilitation therapies together to support your horses' primary care team. We aim to improve, maintain or restore your equine athlete to its peak performance.


Our Approach

Front Range Equine Performance provides equine sports medicine, rehabilitation, acupuncture and chiropractic care that identifies and treats the root cause of your equine's performance problem. 

Continual training, education, and research enable us to stay at the forefront of emerging technologies and techniques essential to maintaining or restoring your equine partner to its peak performance. 

Because lameness and loss of performance can be caused by a multitude of problems, we take a comprehensive, holistic approach to every case. Correct, timely diagnosis is the key to the best possible outcome. Our strategy begins by studying all available patient history provided by you and your primary care veterinarian. We then approach each problem with a “from scratch” attitude, evaluating every relevant aspect of your horse’s performance issue. We combine your horse’s history with our knowledge and experience and use state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques and equipment to create a “clinical picture” of your horse’s problem. Our goal is to identify the root cause of the problem and to prescribe an effective treatment and rehabilitation plan. With your approval, we then treat your horse on-site.

If special off-site treatment is required, we act as an advocate for you and your horse to ensure cohesion of care. By creating and evaluating your horse’s clinical picture, we guide you and your horse through any external specialty treatment. We will work with you and your primary care team - your primary care veterinarian, your trainer and your farrier, to implement a seamless plan of care to return your horse to it's peak performance.