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Ilka Wagner, DVM, MAgr, BS

Dr. Wagner graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in May, 1997. Upon graduation, she established her current equine practice in the Bryan-College Station area – Equine Veterinary Services. It was started as a large animal ambulatory practice and has over the years become a strictly equine mobile veterinary practice. In addition to her degree in Veterinary Medicine, she also holds a Master’s of Agriculture in Animal Science with emphasis on Equine Reproduction (1991) and a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science (1988), both obtained at Texas A&M University.

Dr. Wagner has an extensive professional interest in equine reproduction and also in laminitis. She has spent countless hours working with horses that suffer from laminitis, both acute and chronic, and has gained a great deal of knowledge through her work with The Hoof Project. She has spoken at numerous national veterinary meetings, including the AAEP, AVMA, AESM, in addition to the many horse breeder and owner conferences. She also has publications in the American Journal of Veterinary Research and as well as many horse owner publications.

Dr. Wagner has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was young and was able to realize this dream. She is active in the community, supporting the local 4-H and FFA. She enjoys trail riding, foaling mares, dog showing (Akitas), outdoor activities, mountain hiking and snowfalls.

Clare Wigginton, BS, veterinary technician

Clare has had a love for horses all her life. She was actively involved in 4H while in high school, as well as having worked at Camp Double Creek where she assisted with lessons, veterinary care and farrier work. She graduated from Texas A&M University in 2008 with a BS degree in Animal Science. During her tenure at Texas A&M, she assisted with training at two ranches – Twin Creek Ranch and Carousel Acres. After graduation she did student worker training program in NY at Outfoxed Farm and then returned to College Station, TX. She now owns her own training and breeding facility, CW Baroque Horse, and works for the clinic as a veterinary technician. She has interests in many riding disciplines and raises Lipizanns.

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