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Casper - 20-year-old Quarter Horse Gelding

Casper came to Cornell exhibiting signs
of abdominal pain. After a variety of tests
returned with normal results, Casper was
set to go home. More

Bert - Weanling Saddlebred Colt

Registered as For Those Who Wait, this foal is more commonly known as “Bert,” named after Dr. Gilbert from the Theriogenology Service. More

Jägermeister - 7-year-old Hanoverian Gelding

Jägermeister (left) came to Cornell after
slipping and lacerating a major tendon and
bursa of his hind leg. More

Comet and Dixie

Comet (left) suffered from recurrent episodes of bloat. Dixie (right) was injured while calving. More

Krissy - 10-year-old Belgian Mare

Krissy came to Cornell after developing
severe shipping fever pneumonia while
traveling to compete at the Calgary
Stampede. More

To See Better

This colt came to the Cornell Ophthalmology Service with an infection in his right eye caused by a severe corneal ulcer. More