Featured in The Recorder on Thursday, March 19th in an article “Horse calls: Gill vet travels to keep animals healthy” by Chris Curtis
“Stephanie Vassar started out on a medical school track — but today her exam room is 90 miles across and her patients are furry. The 28-year-old Gill veterinarian opened Great Falls Equine in March and makes her house called within a 45-mile radius of her Gill home.
Vassar says she was taking pre-med and economics classes at Boston College when her focus shifted.
“(I) realized that I really wanted to work on athletes, and these guys are all athletes, in their own way,” Vassar said, indicating the stalls at Stony B. Acres stables in Bernardston, where a friend’s horse was submitting to an unscheduled physical for the sake of demonstration.
Rumnoff, a 22-year-old quarter horse who competed in herding or cutting competitions in his younger days, is now out to pasture as a recreational horse for Barb Baldwin of Northfield…”
The full text of the article is available on The Recorder website.