We are extremely proud of our dedicated team. We hire only the best and most experienced employees to become a part of our team here at Orlando Equine Veterinary Care. Our team is filled with highly dedicated horse lovers who are well trained at their jobs. They will do anything possible for their patients and the owners who love them.
Learning and education are very important here at Orlando Equine Veterinary Care. Our patients deserve the very best veterinary care.
Basically, our team is full of horse lovers. They make it a goal to treat each patient like their own. They give each patient plenty of love and attention. They are prepared to discuss preventative medicine so that every horse can stay as healthy as possible. They will also do everything that they can to make a sick horse feel better as soon as possible.
If you would like to speak to someone on our team, don’t hesitate to contact us today at (407) 489-7270.
Dr. Arellano lived in Houston, Texas, when her family acquired 2 horses. She was 8 years old at the time and lived and breathed riding from that point forward. She rode and showed horses for many years and pursued her passion of riding! She began working with a veterinarian at age 15 and never looked back. She attended The University of Florida for her undergraduate degree in Animal Sciences, and also obtained her DVM degree there in 2002. She founded Orlando Equine Veterinary Care, Inc in 2004. Professional interests include lameness and preventative medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys riding horses and spending time with her family.
Born in North Carolina, Dr. Womble moved with her parents, a dog and two cats to Florida at the age of eight. That same year her love of horses was ignited after she climbed atop a large thoroughbred and experienced her first ride.
Her equine interest continued and developed into a desire to care for horses professionally, as a veterinarian. Dr. Womble graduated from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science followed by a Master’s in Veterinary medicine and culminated in graduating Cum Laude with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Womble headed for Texas where she spent a year of continuing education and specialized training in equine sports medicine, reproduction and internal medicine at an equine referral hospital.
Dr. Womble joined Dr. Arellano and OEVC in 2012 where she thrives on building relationships with all horses and their owners. When she isn’t attending patients, Dr. Womble spends time with her own pets and enjoys the beach and other outdoor events including Gator football games.
Dr Borton grew up in the town of Eustis, Florida, where she was active in showing horses as a kid and throughout high school. She attended the University of Florida in 2006 where she received a bachelors degree in animal science-biology as well as a masters degree in animal science- with a focus in reproduction. She graduated from Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Doctor Borton then completed a mixed large animal internship in Colorado at Countryside Large Animal Veterinary Services in June 2016. While her primary focus was in equine medicine, she gained valuable knowledge in other areas, such as bovine, small ruminant, and swine medicine during her internship. Her special interests include reproduction, herd health and sports medicine.
Started working for the practice in January of 2008 as a Technician, and in 2017 assumed the position of Office Manager. Maggie grew up in Apopka, Florida where she began riding horses at the age of 8, and competed locally throughout Middle and High School in Hunter Over Fences and Equitation. She also later attended the nearby University of Central Florida. Maggie enjoys being able to provide excellent assistance to the veterinarians, staff, and clients. When away from the office Maggie can be found spending time with her family, pets, or out on the water.
My name is Nicole Totten. I am a biology major at the University of Central Florida. I have a passion for horses, the outdoors and the agriculture industry. I enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and animals. I hope to pursue a career as a veterinarian and treasure the experience I get from working alongside the amazing veterinarians at OEVC. By being a technician, I strive to add to the diligence, attention to detail, and extraordinary patient care OEVC is known for. Building relationships with patients and their owners and providing the best veterinary care possible are my goals.
Hi, I’m Michelle Armstrong. I’m from Oklahoma and grew up with horses. I trained in Dressage and some western pleasure. I went to Oklahoma State and received my bachelors in Animal Science. I’ve worked for Orlando Equine for over a year now as a Vet Tech and am learning something new every day.
Joined the practice in June of 2016.
Mathew Robbins has always had a love for animals and the outdoors. In 2008 he began working with horses as an apprentice for a farrier and a groom at a farm for 7 years. During this time, Matt expanded his love and knowledge of horses as he worked with foals, transported and groomed at horse shows around the Southeast, where helped maintain horses and a large farm on a daily basis. Within the last couple of years, Matt has been able to grow his own farrier business as well as join our team as a technician. Matt thrives on being able to help our patients. Through his expansive knowledge and experiences with horses, Matt is a wonderful asset to our team.
Angela Reddish joined the practice in 2017. She is a born and raised Floridian with a strong passion for horses. Angela has a background in dressage and has attended many clinics in Natural Horsemanship techniques. As a Certified PATH Instructor, Angela has taught and trained horses in the therapeutic horseback riding industry for ten years. In 2014 she took time away from working to stay home and raise her daughter and take care of her four horses. As a technician with OEVC, Angela looks forward to furthering her knowledge and understanding of horses even more, she sees each day at with the practice a fun and new learning experience.