Equine Seminar Series
Cornell's Equine Hospital, the New York State 4-H Horse Program and Cornell Cooperative Extension are proud to host the Equine Seminar Series. Monthly talks presented equine experts on important equine health and management topics. The seminars are free to attend and open to the public. We hope you will join us and other equine enthusiasts for this exciting learning opportunity!
Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the seminar series will be held ONLINE only until further notice.
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Equine Seminar Series Fall 2021
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October 19, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m.
The Colic Workup Explained
Presented by Dr. Tate Morris, DVM
Located in Elmont, New York across from the Belmont Park
Dr. Tate Morris grew up on the coast of Connecticut and spent time in the dairy barns of Vermont’s Champlain Valley. Upon graduation from the University of Vermont, he worked in Wyoming on cattle and horse ranches, where he developed his passion for veterinary medicine. This prompted a return to the Northeast in 2012, when he enrolled at the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.
At Cornell, Morris worked in the Equine and Nemo Farm Animal Hospital as a student technician, assisted clinical research in the Comparative Orthopedics Laboratory and treadmilled poor performance candidates in the Equine Performance Clinic. After receiving his doctorate of veterinary medicine, he spent the next year as an intern with Randwick Equine Centre in Sydney, Australia, and with Rood and Riddle in Saratoga, working with a mixed population of Thoroughbred racehorses and sport horses. Following an internship with CRES in 2017, Morris joined the New Bolton Center, the large animal hospital and campus for the Veterinary School of the University of Pennsylvania.
He has now returned to CRES as an equine surgeon and emergency clinician, where he will continue to advance the elective, emergency and sports medicine case load. He brings with him an interest in airway and orthopedic surgery, novel therapy development and poor performance evaluation.
November 16, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Lindsay Goodale, DVM
Dr. Goodale teaches courses in Equine Biology and Management, Domestic Mammalian Behavior, and Animal Welfare Science. As Cornell Cooperative Extension's Equine Specialist, she also serves as a resource for the state's extension educators, horse owners, and industry professionals.
December 14, 2021 @ 6:00 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Barbara Delvescovo, DVM, MRCVS, DACVIM - Internal Medicine Specialist
After receiving her DVM and Masters degree from the University of Parma in 2012, Dr. Barbara Delvescovo worked for 1 year in an Equine practice in the area treating mainly Standardbred racehorses and eventers. After a long visiting at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Equine Hospital, she moved to Ireland for a 1 year internship at Anglesey Lodge Equine Hospital. She then practices in Ireland as a hospital and ambulatory veterinarian for 3 years at Sycamore Lodge Equine Hospital. Her duties involved racetrack work as well as stud work and management of critical foals in the hospital. She came to Cornell for a residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine in 2017 that she completed in 2020.