Central West Equine provides owners in Orange and the surrounding area with access to a purpose built veterinary clinic with state of the art equipment. Led by Dr David Searle, an equine veterinarian with 20 years’ experience. Since graduating from University Dr Searle has concentrated on working with horses ranging from the elite thoroughbred race horse, performance and pleasure horses to the well loved kids pony.
Whilst heading his previous practice on the south coast and southern highlands of NSW Dr Searle developed Embryonix, a dedicated equine reproduction service. Central West Equine is now able to provide Central West horse owners with a range of breeding, surgical and medical services. These services will include lameness diagnosis, emergency medicine, pre-purchase examinations, equine dentistry, stem cell therapies as well as a complete range of advance reproductive services including chilled and frozen semen artificial insemination, embryo transfer and freezing, stallion semen collection, evaluation and freezing.
To commemorate the opening of this new equine practice, Senator Bill Heffernan attended its opening on 1st August commencing at 12pm. The new Central West Equine clinic is located at 960 Cadia Road, Springside (formerly Eagle Park Stud) only 10 minutes from the centre of Orange. Dr Searle gave a talk on equine reproduction and attendees enjoyed a sausage sizzle, coffee van, lucky door prizes, guessing competition and jumping castle for children’s entertainment.
For further information, please contact Dr David Searle directly on 0438 696 708 who will be able to answer your questions and explain in greater detail the benefits that this new equine practice will bring to the Central West region of NSW.