Virginia Tech Dedicates Renovated Youngkin Equine Soundness Clinic
Equine athletes of all kinds—from racehorses to eventers and jumpers to family companions—in the Mid-Atlantic region now have access to an enhanced sports medicine facility in Virginia horse country.
The Youngkin Equine Soundness Clinic in the Fout Barn at Virginia Tech’s Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center (EMC) at Morven Park was dedicated at a ribbon-cutting ceremony held on Nov. 18 in Leesburg, Virginia.
The renovation of the former open-air barn into a state-of-the-art sports medicine facility, made possible by a generous gift from Suzanne and Glenn Youngkin, of Great Falls, Virginia, expands the center’s capacity to provide cutting-edge diagnostics and treatment for lameness and other conditions that prevent equine athletes from performing at optimal
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