Dr. Gabriele Gross, PhD., Veterinarian, Nutritionist and Horse Health Instructor

Dr. Gabriele Gross, PhD., Veterinarian

THE FOUNDER

  Dr. Gabriele Gross, PhD.

• 1984 Degree in Equine Nutrition  (Germany)

• 1987 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M. from Vet. Univ. of Hannover, Germany)

• 1989 Post-Graduate Research Degree in Pharmacology, Pharmacy and Neuroscience (Germany)

• 2000 Masters Degree in public speaking and presenting (Neuro-Linguistic Programming (USA)

• 1967 and after, Equestrian, jumping, dressage and horsemanship trainer

 

Dr. Gross obtained her Veterinary license in 1987 in Germany at the Veterinary University Hannover. From early on in her career, “Dr. Gabi” focused on owner-education. She made Equine nutrition a focus alongside her Veterinary career. After getting her Veterinary degree, Dr. Gabi obtained a PhD. in  Pharmacology and Neuroscience in 1989, along with a position as assistant lecturer in the team of Prof. Dr. W. Loescher. “This is when the passion for teaching completely surfaced” Dr. Gabi states.

Today, being retired from conventional Equine Veterinary practice, Dr. Gross focuses on educating Equestrians how to keep their horses naturally healthy. Dr. Gabi also works as an independent consultant, researcher and scientist for companies who want to improve Equine nutrition with organic, natural and effective ingredients.

 

 

Dr. Gabi has spent her whole life with horses. Growing up in Germany as a jumper and dressage rider (in Germany you have to be good at many years of dressage if you want to be a good jumper : ) she also trained and owned a US horse racing stable (2004-2008).

During this whole time she keeps fine tuning her nutritional programs. Developing her proven systematic, practical approach for horse health management took nearly three decades from when it was just a concept in her mind. Since then she has helped thousands of horse owners internationally.

 

Dr. Gabi and late Kentucky Derby winning and Hall-of-Fame trainer Jack van Berg

 

 

 

 

 

Imprinting were her years at the Equine colic and lameness clinic in Kerken, Germany, which, through quite dramatic examples, taught her that ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’, especially for horses.

 

 

Further interest in innovation and teaching was fueled by her teachers at New Bolton Center, in particular Dr. Dr. Virginia Reef, PhD., who sparked her interest in research during her stay in 1985.

 

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