Palm Beach Equine Clinic is once again searching for the next top equine model. Our photo contest last year was such a success, we decided to host another contest. The winner of this photo contest will be featured in our 2014 advertisements and receive a gift certificate to Palm Beach Equine Clinic for $200.00. This year we are looking for photos that show emotion in one of the following categories, having fun, success, and caring. The photo can have people and horses or just horses but the image must be clear. If you have a great horse photo(s) you would like to enter in the contest email it to Eques Solutions at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and phone number. Please only send photos that you own the rights to. On August 19th we will post the top three photos on our Facebook page. Our Facebook fans will have two days to “like” their favorite picture. The picture with the most “likes” by August 21st will be the winner.
Thank you for being a part of our team!
*If your photo is selected it must be available in 300dpi for print. Photos must be submitted before August 19th.
Our 2012 winners!!
On May 10th Dr. Janet Greenfield-Davis participated in career day at Elbridge Elementary School. Elbridge Elementary is one of many schools that Dr. Greenfield-Davis has donated her time and knowledge to educate our young students of today on equine veterinary medicine. Dr. Greenfield-Davis is the official veterinarian for Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center, which focuses on equine related programs for special needs children. Dr. Greenfield-Davis enjoys educating the community while raising awareness in equine health.
Mission Statement: Palm Beach Equine Clinic is dedicated to providing exceptional care to the horse and is committed to improving our relationship with our clients and our community.
“Educating our community and public service is a culture that we emphasize at Palm Beach Equine Clinic”, stated Dr. Scott Swerdlin, President of Palm Beach Equine Clinic.
Dr. Ryan Lukens recently completed an internship at Palm Beach Equine Clinic. Dr. Lukens excelled during his internship and was presented a contract toward a long and successful future with Palm Beach Equine Clinic. In the spirit of our mission statement, Dr. Lukens presented a lecture to 200 first graders concerning the anatomy of the horse with the Horse Tales Literacy Program. This event occurred at Good Earth Farm in Loxahatchee on Friday, May 17th.
“Dr Lukens was wonderful. He was knowledgeable and very patient with the first graders”, said Shelley LaConte, South Florida Director of the Horse Tales Literacy Project. “He had a smile on his face the whole day. It was a pleasure working with him. We were very grateful for his time and glad he is a part of Palm Beach Equine Clinic.” If you or any of your organizations would like a lecture or presenter please call Eques Solutions at 561-227- 1537.