Dr. Nick Moore
Nick Moore, DVM grew up with horses on a ranch in south-central Montana. His experience in training and shoeing horses led him to veterinary school at Colorado State University. Dr. Moore has specialty training and over a decade of experience in equine dentistry. His work in this area has taken him all over the US and abroad. He is one of a few equine veterinarians that specializes in standing oral extractions and minimally invasive oral surgeries. Following graduation from veterinary school, he obtained advanced training in equine medicine and surgery by completing an internship at Arizona Equine Medical and Surgical Centre. His primary interests are equine dentistry and equine sports medicine. Having worked and trained as a farrier, Dr. Moore has a strong interest in lameness and podiatry. He founded Moore Equine with the intention of providing state of the art equine medicine in a mobile setting. He is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP).
Dr. Ginger Reed
Ginger Reed, VMD grew up riding and showing quarter horses and has experience with both English and western disciplines. Her interest in becoming an equine veterinarian developed at an early age and was solidified when she assisted in managing a quarter horse training facility in eastern Pennsylvania. She attended veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania followed by an ambulatory internship at the prestigious Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Kentucky. Upon completion of her internship, she remained at Rood and Riddle as an associate and resident veterinarian on a large thoroughbred breeding farm before moving to Austin and joining Moore Equine Medical & Dental Services. While Dr. Reed covers all aspects of equine practice, she has special interests in reproduction, neonatology, and internal medicine. During her time off she enjoys traveling with her husband, playing with their two dogs Thyme and Talula, riding her favorite horse and long time best friend Senior, and relaxing with a good book or a yoga class. She also is somewhat of a cat collector and enjoys taking silly photographs of her feline family members Hugo, Hobo and Hops.
Amanda joined Moore Equine in the spring of 2013 as a technician and receptionist. She has been around horses since childhood. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science, with a minor in equine management and business. Her personal interests include barrel racing, team roping, and horse training. She takes pride in helping your horses receive the best veterinary care possible.