KORIN POTENZA, DVM CVA
Resident, American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Dr. Potenza was born and raised in upstate New York where she was an avid competitor in the field of Eventing. She obtained her Bachelors of Science degree from Cornell University and went on to graduate from the University of California, Davis- School of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed an equine medical and surgical internship at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital. Following her internship, Dr. Potenza sought out advanced training in diagnostic imaging through the Masters program at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Potenza is certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture. She is a licensed official under the United States Equestrian Federation with certification as an FEI Veterinary Delegate. She is a member of the International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology.
Dr. Potenza has pursued further specialized education in diagnostic ultrasound and lameness, and equine rehabilitation including gaining her Certification in Equine Rehabilitation. After practicing as an associate focusing on Sports Medicine/Lameness and Internal Medicine at a large equine referral hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, she decided to enhance her sports medicine and acupuncture skills in the New England area before transitioning into the ownership role at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital and Trifecta Equine Athletic Center. In 2017, Dr. Potenza took over ownership of Ranch and Coast Equine Practice.
Dr. Potenza is currently a resident in the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Her interests include sports medicine, advanced lameness diagnostics, ultrasonography, and equine rehabilitation. She is available for rehabilitation consultations to referring veterinarians and clients.
Lindsey Porubovich, DVM
Dr. Lindsey grew up with horses in Arizona and always had a strong interest in veterinary medicine. After completing her Bachelors of Science in Agribusiness Science at Arizona State University, she moved to northern Colorado where she attended veterinary school at Colorado State University. During her studies, Dr. Lindsey concentrated on large animal medicine, with extra-curricular activities including management of the Colorado State University VTH Foal Care Team and heavy involvement in the student chapter of the AAEP.
Dr. Lindsey graduated in May 2015 and went on to complete a one year internship at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital. Dr. Lindsey stayed on as a Senior Clinician at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital following her internship, in addition to later joining the Ranch and Coast Equine Practice team in 2017. Dr. Lindsey has strong interests in radiology, lameness, and emergency medicine. She enjoys working with both racehorses and performance horses.
Brittany Bazeley, DVM
Dr. Bazeley was born and raised in San Diego where she grew up competitively riding Hunter/Jumpers. Her experience with equine medicine began as a technician at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital while in college. She then went on to attend veterinary school at the University of California, Davis. While in veterinary school, she was recognized as a Merck/AAEP award recipient and graduated with Phi Zeta honors. Dr. Bazeley then returned to Southern California where she completed a one year internship at San Luis Rey Equine Hospital, prior to staying on as a Senior Clinician. Dr. Bazeley is certified as a FEI Permitted Treating Veterinarian. In 2019, Dr. Bazeley joined the Ranch and Coast Equine Practice team with an emphasis on sport horse lameness, podiatry, and preventative medicine.
If you call in to Ranch and Coast Equine Practice you will be greeted by the voice of this amazing woman. Brittany is available to help you with any of your needs including getting proper horse show paperwork, transport requirements, appointments, and any medications or supplies you might need.