AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee presents, Calm Under Pressure: Conquering Equine Emergencies

The AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee is thrilled to announce an upcoming webinar designed to empower horse owners with the knowledge to recognize and respond to equine emergencies.

In this informative session, Drs. Allie Catalino, Racquel Lindroth, and Nikki Scherrer will discuss how horse owners can prepare themselves for equine veterinary emergencies. They will also briefly discuss the most common equine emergencies that are seen.

This webinar is a valuable resource for horse owners of all experience levels and we encourage you to share it with your clients so they can be better prepared to handle unexpected situations and make informed decisions under pressure.

Please note that this educational session is free but registration is required; attendees are also encouraged to submit their questions in advance through the registration form. 

A recording of the session will be available on AAEP Anywhere and YouTube.

Date:  Wednesday, March 20

Time: 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET


Meet The Presenters

Dr. Allie Catalino, a graduate of the Atlantic Veterinary College in 2018, chose to re-establish herself in her home state of New York. Dr. Catalino is a member of the AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee. Presently, she serves as an ambulatory general practitioner at The Equine Clinic at Oakencroft, which is comprised of seven veterinarians. Recently, Dr. Catalino completed her certifications in Animal Chiropractic and Acupuncture. This strategic addition enables her to adopt a more comprehensive and integrative approach to veterinary care.

A member of the AAEP Emergency Coverage Subcommittee, Dr. Racquel Lindroth grew up in the horse country of central Virginia and now resides in Aiken, S.C. as a dedicated equine veterinarian, educator, wife, and mother. A 1995 graduate from Colorado State University (CSU), Dr. Lindroth brings forward equine practice experience of more than 25 years. She interned at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Ky., as well as the Equine Reproduction Lab at CSU. She then operated her own practice for many years in northern Colorado.  Dr. Lindroth has enjoyed clinical teaching positions at CSU, the University of Queensland and Montana State University. Recently she joined Lincoln Memorial University to enhance veterinary education through a distributive clinical program.

A member of the AAEP Horse Owner Education Committee, Dr. Nikki Scherrer currently serves as Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center in Kennett Square, Penn. Dr. Scherrer received a bachelor’s degree at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., and attended Purdue University for her doctorate in veterinary medicine. After graduation she completed an internship at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital and then a second rotating internship at University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center. This experience opened the door to an ophthalmology residency at New Bolton Center. She became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 2019 and was hired as faculty soon after.


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