Nancy E. Brennan VMD, CKTP
A native of New York, Dr. Nancy Brennan graduated from Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY in 1981. Upon graduation until acceptance to the University of Pennsylvania she worked at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Department of Neuroscience. There she focused on the auditory, visual and motor evoked potentials of the brain. In 1985 she began studies at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1989. She immediately began working in the Standardbred Racing industry under the tutelage of her father Dr. Bernard F. Brennan who is aso a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). – Read More Here
Betsy Couch French
A native of Arkansas, Betsy Couch has been involved with horses for more than 40 years. After moving to Kentucky, she became a top competitor in Three-Day Eventing all up and down the east coast. For the past 20 years she has been working with Thoroughbred racehorses as both an assistant trainer and exercise rider. She has had great success as the rider of Kentucky Derby horses Lawyer Ron (2006) and Greater Good (2005). Betsy met Dr. Nancy Brennan when she was an assistant trainer for Bob Holthus during the racing career of Grade 1 Stakes winner Pure Clan.
Constance E. Gorman
Connie Gorman recently graduated from Clemson University in South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences, as well as a minor in Equine Business. She has taken multiple courses in the Animal Veterinary Science program offered at Clemson and has experience with equine, bovine, and swine. Connie has plans of attending veterinary medical school and is continuing her education through a volunteer program offered at University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center. Her interest in horses began at a very young age as she competed in the Hunter Jumper show ring, however her exposure to veterinary medicine began before then as she is the daughter and granddaughter of equine veterinarians.