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.
We are selling yearlings by BROOKSTONE BAY and FIRST DINASTIA at the QHRAI Speed Sale on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at the Marian County Fair grounds at noon.
Please join us for our OPEN HOUSE on November 20, 2016 from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm! Food, drinks and a chance to win a free breeding will be available!
Midwest Equine & Veterinary Hospital is proud to welcome the following horses to our 2017 stallion roster:
SEIZE THE WIN QH (si 106, >$350,000) by PYC Paint Your Wagon out of Jess An Illusion by Mr Jess Perry
SANTIVA TB (GSW of $266,000 – finished 6th on the 2011 Kentucky Derby) by Giant’s Causeway out of Slide by Smarten
ELITE SQUADRON TB (GSW of $507,000) by Officer out of Sweet Moma by High Brite