02 63654363

960 Cadia Road,
Springside NSW


02 63 654 363

Out of Lockdown – Bring your Mask, we’re ready to Help.

Spring Time!

 Foals and breeding – is your horse ready?

Foaling & First Aid Kits

Foaling & First Aid Kits – available NOW
Failing to prepare is preparing to fail.
Get prepared now before the breeding season starts.

Ring the office now to get your kit.

A Dedicated Equine Veterinary Practice



- Veterinary Professionals -

Equine Reproduction, Surgery and Lameness

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. MORE...


Our Veterinary Team

Experienced, dedicated Equine Veterinary Staff.

Dr David Searle BVSc.

Dr David Searle – Owner and Director of Central West Equine David has over 25 years’ experience as an equine veterinarian.  A keen problem solver, his areas of special interest include lameness and difficult breeding mares.


Dr Amber Davis

Dr Amber Davis – Since graduating in 2019, Amber has worked with renowned veterinarian Dr Angus McKinnon before completing a reproductive season as sole veterinarian at Benstud in Victoria. Amber is passionate about the health and well being of your horses and we are lucky to have her as part of our team.


Our Support Team

Nothing happens at CWE without the expert assistance of our dedicated team. All our staff are fully trained in care and handling of your animals and are integral to our success.

Caroline Wilson BEBM
Practice Manager

Jamie Thorne
Senior Veterinary Nurse

Tory Nicholas
Veterinary Nurse

Our Facilities

– Central West Equine –

Stallions Available

Stud preparation, Live cover, Fresh, Chilled or Frozen insemination

Opening Hours

Monday   -----------   8.30am - 5.30pm
Tuesday   -----------  8.30am - 5.30pm
Wednesday   -------  8.30am - 5.30pm
Thursday   ---------  8.30am - 5.30pm
Friday   -------------  8.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday   ----------  By appt.
Sunday   ------------  By appt.

24 Hour Emergency Vet Available


Contact Us

Call Us

02 63 654 363

Email Us


Our Address

960 Cadia Road, Springside NSW 2800


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    3 weeks ago
    Central West Equine

    Cushings Disease 🦠

    Does your horse look like this ⬇️

    Cushings disease is one of the most common diseases affecting horses and ponies over 15 years of age.

    The good news 📰

    It is relatively easy to manage. Currently Central West Equine has teamed up with @boehringer_ingelheim and is offering FREE Cushings testing (not including consults)

    If your has any of the following symptoms ➡️

    ▪️Long coat and /or delayed shedding
    ▪️Lethargy/Decreased performance
    ▪️Increased sweating
    ▪️Weight loss and/or fat deposits
    ▪️Excessive Drinking/Urinating

    Please contact us to arrange your FREE test

    (02) 63654363 phone ☎️
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    Montanna Sherlock is that what dolly got

    Johanne Everall

    Hayley Stace mascot? I though he may have cushings when we had him.

    Therese Kropman

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    1 month ago
    Central West Equine

    Sad news….. Rest In PeaceIn Memoriam: Dr Anthony Bennett (1980-2022).
    It is with great sadness we note the passing of Dr Bennett, partner in the Berry Vet Clinic. A First-Class honours graduate of the University of Sydney (2004) and an EVA & ACV member. A true mixed practitioner with a real devotion for equine dentistry and a great passion for inspiring young vets. In addition to his clinical work, Dr Bennett was a volunteer vet at numerous community events, including equine endurance rides, Sydney’s Royal Easter Show & a member of Thredbo Ski Patrol. Anthony was beloved by the Berry community for his commitment and devotion to their animals, in addition to his true engagement at the human level. He was always ready to help those who needed it most. It may be recalled that Dr Bennett featured in the docuseries "Village Vets", capturing his caring nature & wonderful sense of humour. He was 41.

    EVA extends sincere condolences to Anthony’s family, the staff of the Berry Vet Clinic and to Anthony’s friends & colleagues. He will be sadly missed.

    Rest in Peace Dr Bennett.
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    Sad news….. Rest In Peace

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    Sincere condolences far too young and the world needs dedicated vets 🙏🙏

    Condolences to his family, friends and co-workers. Lovely person. Will be sadly missed.

    A great bloke and a great vet. Someone who will be missed by all the people and communities who new him. RIP

    Omg how sad he was fabulous to watch my condolences to everybody down Berry way 🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲

    So very sad to lose someone so very young & caring & talented 😢💔

    He did a lot for the great community of Berry and its surrounding townships. He will be missed by the wider equine and rural community. RIP

    RIP Anthony

    Too young, very sad. 🌹

    Oh no way!! I loved his show 😢😢


    Stephi Collins 😢

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    2 months ago
    Central West Equine

    That time of the year again…..

    Time to sow then watch the crops grow 🚜 🌱
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    That time of the year again…..

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