Official List Of Horsemanship Dentistry School Graduates

Certified Graduates (3 Levels) – Graduates who have passed the certification testing in Horsemanship Dentistry have an asterisk in front of their name.  Their date of certification and level follows their name. Certification needs to be renewed annually until 5000 floats have been achieved to maintain certification status through Level 2.  Level 3 certification is permanent.

  • Level 1 – Apprentice – Graduates have achieved competence in the basic techniques of Horsemanship Dentistry.  Their techniques are good and their diagnosis and treatment for each horse is good.
  • Level 2 – Creative Active – Graduates have a clear understanding of the theories, principles and techniques.  Their actions and reactions are measured and correct based on a more comprehensive understanding of what they have learned.  They have improved through practice on 2000 to 3000 different horses and have moved from competent to confident.  Their techniques are very good and their diagnosis and treatment for each horse is very good.
  • Level 3 – Master – Graduates have moved from thinking and using measured movements to reacting correctly and instinctively without thought and even proactively without thought before the horse does something.  They have become true and humble leaders from working with 5000 to 10,000 different horses.  Their techniques are flawless and smooth.  Their diagnosis and treatments are perfect for each horse.

Graduates – Students who have completed the coursework, passed all quizzes and the final exam with an 80% or better, and have completed the hands on training in Florida with the instructors. Their graduation dates follow their name. They are listed in order of graduation date within their home state. Veterinarians are listed in all states they are licensed in (subject to change by the veterinarian).


* in front of a name indicates the graduate is also certified in Horsemanship Dentistry.

The United States

Vets are listed in the states they are licensed in but this is NOT official.

Arizona
* Debra Freiberg, DVM – October 3, 2014, Certified Level 1 – November 2017
California
* Debra Freiberg, DVM – October 3, 2014, Certified Level 1 – November 2017
Colorado
Tricia Mackey – December 2, 2016
Florida
Megan Anderson – October 28, 2016
* Chloe Hatch – May 27, 2016, Certified Level 1 – June 2017
Eleni Ingalls – August 3, 2018
Amanda Rodriguez – May 1, 2015
Virginia Zuban – December 3, 2016
Idaho
Julie Patnode – December 2, 2016
Illinois
Wendy Curry – April 27, 2016
Iowa
Chelsea Marko, DVM – January 13, 2017
Nicole Meyer – August 3, 2018
Louisiana
* Taylor Lewing – September 2, 2016, Certified Level 2 – September 2018
Michigan
Kim Kauranen – April 28, 2017
New York
Olivia Arciolla – October 5, 2018
Hannah Berger – April 28, 2017
Siera Ellis – October 5, 2018
* Jenniffer Longwell – December 15, 2014, Certified Level 3 – September 2018
North Carolina
Tina Gragg – December 31, 2015
Ohio
Kaleigh Volz – June 12, 2017
Washington
* Debra Freiberg, DVM – October 3, 2014, Certified Level 1 – November 2017

Other countries in alphabetical order –

Canada
Kristi Luehr (British Columbia) – June 29, 2018
The Dominican Republic
John Smith – September 30, 2017
Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago
Jaxson Heffes (vet student) – June 29, 2018