Anyone have a horse vet in the Lexington, KY area they recommend?

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Anyone have a horse vet in the Lexington, KY area they recommend?

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    03-21-2012, 09:44 PM
Anyone have a horse vet in the Lexington, KY area they recommend?

Im almost completely convinced this is in the wrong area of the forum, but I don't know where else to put it

If there are any folks on here from Kentucky, is there a vet(s) in the Lexington area you recommend?

I may be going to look at a really cute little mare there soon, and if I really like her, I will want a Prepurchase exam. Last time I bought a horse and had one of those done..and wasnt there for it..the vet totally screwed me. Wanna make sure that doesnt happen again.

Anyone you recommend in the area who's reasonable, and does a nice job? Im a small town kid, and having SO MANY VETS in one area is like sensory overload!
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    03-21-2012, 09:47 PM
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Hopefully someone that lives in the area will respond w/ someone they personally know but I'm not sure if you noticed the Horseforum has a "vet" tab up top. I looked at Lexington and there is a pretty big list:

Equine Vets in Lexington, KY

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