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Board & Training

Archway offers an all-inclusive package that combines the instruction of the rider with the training of and caring for the horse.  

Our training program allows riders and horses to build confidence and compete in the horse show circuits. Whether members are ready for a local horse show or a large nationally-rated event, Archway helps riders prepare to compete at their level.  Join us and experience exceptional horsemanship under the guidance of USHJA Certified Trainers.

Additionally, we coordinate all the care of your horse and use only top veterinarians, integrated medicine practitioners and farriers. Below is a list of some of the key partners that help deliver the type of care your pony or horse deserves.


Our Horse-care Providers

Dr. James Bryant, DVM, Staff Surgeon & Lameness Specialist

After receiving his veterinary degree from the University of California at Davis, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995, Dr. Bryant completed an internship at Texas A&M University, followed by a surgical residency at the University of Florida. He was a member of the clinical faculty of both Kansas State University and the University of Florida before returning to the Pacific Northwest, where he grew up. Dr. Bryant has a strong interest in equine sports medicine, particularly lameness diagnosis and treatment of all types of sport horses. He is actively involved in the sport of endurance, both nationally and internationally, and serves on the veterinary committee of the American Endurance Riding Conference. His surgical interests include soft tissue surgery, colic, upper airway, and orthopedic procedures. 

 

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Stephanie Meyer, DVM, Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist & Chiropractor

Dr. Stephanie Meyer received her DVM from Texas A&M University in 2006. She then completed a one-year rotating internship in large-animal medicine and surgery at Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital in 2007. Dr. Meyer returned to Pilchuck after completing a three-year residency in 2010 in large-animal internal medicine at the University of Florida in Gainesville, and receiving certification as a large-animal acupuncturist from the Chi Institute in Ocala, Florida. In 2012, she received her certification in veterinary chiropractic at Options for Animals. Dr. Meyer's clinical expertise includes general internal medicine and large-animal acupuncture with special interests in equine cardiology, neonatal emergency and critical care, and complementary medicine modalities, including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.