Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging - Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in College Station, Texas Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging - Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in College Station, Texas - Texas A&M Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital

Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging

For large animal appointments call (979) 845-3541 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Emergencies accepted 24 hours a day
Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging

Our Service

Our Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging Service offers a one of a kind experience for the special needs of the competitive horse.  Led by clinicians nationally recognized for their expertise in lameness, pperformance problems and prepurchase evaluations, we see horses for a broad range of conditions from simple hoof abscesses to complicated and unique lameness problems. Our service also has a full-time certified farrier that provides services including simple walk in hoof trimming and shoeing to corrective shoeing for complicated foot problems. We have the largest radiographic machine in the state, which allows us to examine difficult to image areas like the hip, spine, and shoulder of the horse, and we have the only nuclear scintigraphy unit in the state. We are committed to providing the highest quality service to all of our clients.

Although our service commonly consults with veterinarians and many of our cases are referred, no referral is needed for an appointment. To schedule an appointment with our service, please call 979-845-3541.

Our Team

The faculty of the Equine Sports Medicine & Imaging Service is dedicated to the successful performance and quality of life of the horse. We work closely with 5 board-certified radiologists that assist in the interpretation of the radiographs, ultrasounds, and nuclear scintigraphic examinations. In addition to proving clinical services, we also teach numerous classes and instruct veterinary students and house officers in equine lameness.

Sarah Sampson

Sarah Sampson, DVM, PhD, DACVS, DACVSMR

Clinical Assistant Professor

Kati Glass

Kati Glass, DVM, DACVS-LA

Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Kati Glass received her DVM from Texas A&M University where she also completed her residency in large animal surgery. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Her special interests include equine sports medicine, advanced diagnostic imaging, and orthopedics.

Jason Wilson-Maki

Jason Wilson-Maki


Heidi Gaddis

Veterinary Technician

David Kindt

David Kindt Jr.

Animal Caretaker

David Kindt is a full-time groom in the Equine Lameness Service. He competes and trains cutting horses.