• Ada Caruthers,
    Dr. Ada Caruthers graduated with honors from the Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. She completed an internship in ambulatory medicine, equine surgery and racetrack practice at New Jersey Equine Clinic. After three years of equine field experience, Dr. Caruthers formed Oaklawn Veterinary Clinic that was renamed Newmarket Veterinary Clinic. In 2010, Dr. Caruthers bought Rappahannock Equine Veterinary Clinic (REVC) and has now merged Newmarket Veterinary Clinic with REVC to provide a wider geographic range of service. Dr. Caruthers has been offering alternative medicine to her clients for more than 20 years. She enjoys having a well rounded and integrative approach to equine health care through her offerings of acupuncture, tui-na, chiropractic and Chinese herbology. You will see Dr. Caruthers at many hunter shows in Virginia and Maryland working as the show veterinarian and watching her daughter Katie compete. Dr. Caruthers resides at Newmarket Plantation located in Caroline County with her husband Robby and son Ashton.
  • Bridget Lambert,

    Bridget Lambert, DVM is originally from Nashville, TN and obtained a B.S. in Animal Science from Middle Tennessee State University prior to attending the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.  Following graduation, Dr. Lambert went on to complete an internship at Elgin Veterinary Hospital (Equine Division) in Elgin, TX where she gained experience in a wide range of equine medicine, surgery, and emergency care.  

    Following her internship, Dr. Lambert relocated to South Carolina where she had the opportunity to provide primary care in regards to general medicine, lameness, reproduction, dentistry, and emergency services for a diverse population of pleasure and performance horses.  While Dr. Lambert enjoys most aspects of equine practice, she has a special interest in wellness care, lameness, internal medicine, and dentistry.  Dr. Lambert moved to Virginia and joined the Rappahannock Equine team in 2018.

  • Donna Fraleigh
    Donna joined Rappahannock Equine in February 2016. Donna graduated from George Mason with a BS in Biology and has acquired medical office and laboratory experience since graduating in 1982. Her love of horses started with Misty of Chincoteague. Donna lives here in Locust Grove with her avian flock, a four legged FID, and numerous Breyer horses.
  • Lorie Lawson


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