318 River Road West
Manakin-Sabot , VA 23103

P: 804-784-7106
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Three Oaks Equine


Three Oaks Equine Veterinary Services, PLLC is an equine ambulatory veterinary practice located in Manakin Sabot just west of Richmond, Virginia. The practice veterinarians are Dr. Denise A. Gorondy and Dr. Jennifer L. Wright, a dedicated and knowledgeable team that is committed to service and practice excellence.
Denise Gorondy , DVM
Dr. Gorondy graduated from the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Following graduation, she completed an internship in equine medicine, surgery, and ambulatory services at Kansas State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Dr. Gorondy has been practicing equine veterinary medicine in the central Virginia region since 2000. The majority of her practice consists of lameness evaluations, performance horse medicine, and dentistry. Her advanced training in equine acupuncture and veterinary chiropractic care enhances her ability to evaluate performance related issues in all levels of equine athletes. Dr. Gorondy’s dedication to superior patient care allows her to cultivate longstanding client relationships.
Jennifer Wright , DVM, IVCA
Dr. Wright graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Magna Cum Laude in 2001. Following graduation, Dr. Wright accepted a position in Chicago, Illinois at a leading referral hospital for equine medicine, surgery, and lameness. In 2004, Dr. Wright moved to the central Virginia area, where she has developed strong client relationships through her dedication to excellent patient care and client service. Though the majority of her practice consists of sports medicine, dentistry, and preventive medicine, she enjoys all aspects of equine veterinary care. Dr. Wright trained at the Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine and Options For Animals College of Animal Chiropractic, and has successfully integrated acupuncture, herbal medicine and chiropractic care with conventional diagnostics and therapies. She is closely involved with the equine community, and frequently participates in local equine educational seminars.


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