Helping You Maintain Healthy Animals

Midwest Equine and Veterinary Hospital is a full service facility offering the best in reproduction, medicine and surgery. The practice was established in 1999 by Dr. Roger D. Beam, a 1993 graduate of Purdue University.  Located in Central Indiana, we are in close proximity to many equine facilities, including Indy Downs, Hoosier Park, Hoosier Horse Park and Brown County State Park. We offer ambulatory as well as haul-in appointments.  The practice also sees small animals on an appointment basis. Midwest Equine and Veterinary Hospital stands some of the best bred racing stallions in the Nation.  These stallions are all eligible for the “hot” Indiana bred program and will produce offspring that will compete anywhere in the country.  Our facilities are expanding and future stallion prospects are welcome.   The practice offers artificial insemination, shipped and frozen semen breeding, and embryo transfer.   Midwest Equine and Veterinary Hospital has experience in managing “problem mares” and “hard breeders.”  Foaling mares and full year occupancy is available for broodmares and breeding stallions. Midwest Equine and Veterinary Hospital is capable of hospitalizing horses for prolonged medical and surgical needs.  Gas anesthesia and 24 hour observation is available.  Many elective surgeries can be performed, as well as, routine and emergency care.


DEFINING HOPE by STRONG HOPE gets two more Stakes Wins at Indiana Grand!  Defining Hope wins the Swifty Fillies Sired Stakes and the ITOBA Stallion Season Stakes at Indiana Grand bringing her career earnings to over $304,700.  This brings Defining Hope’s record to 11/5-2-2!


We are sad to announce that STRONG HOPE was euthanized on September 1, 2017 recovering from colic surgery.  We are so proud of his accomplishments and success as an Indiana sire and he will be missed greatly.  Thanks to all those who have bred to Strong Hope in the past and good luck with your continued success.




Santiva has four winners from five starters in his first crop to race! 

Desert Warrior

Read about it in the Bloodhorse article


Elite Squadron has produced 70% career winners from starters!