2943 N Slab Rd Austin, IN 47102-8509 812-754-0341
Veterinary student and Vet tech student externships are available. Please call the clinic for more information or email us at siequine@gmail.com

Staff


Dr. Amy Youngblood

Dr. Amy Youngblood

Southern Indiana Equine is owned and operated by Dr. Amy Youngblood, D.V.M. Originally from Morgantown, Indiana, Dr. Youngblood is a graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. She also attended the Colorado State University reproductive school. After graduating from college Amy worked for Janssen Veterinary Clinic in Sheridan, IN for 2 years and in Columbus, IN prior to opening Southern Indiana Equine in 2001.

Along with her general veterinary practice, Dr. Youngblood specializes in equine reproduction, dentistry and performance horse maintenance. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Indiana Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners and the Indiana Association of Equine Practitioners.

Dr. Amy has always enjoyed barrel racing and can be found at horse shows on the weekends that she isn’t on call. She also is the co-founder of K.I.S.S. (Kentucky Indiana Speed Stallions) which has now grown to include the surrounding states.

Dr Dwight Bradford

Dr Dwight Bradford

Dr. Bradford comes to us with an extensive background in both small animal and equine veterinary medicine. A native of Northern Kentucky, Dr. Bradford received a B.S. in Animal Science Agriculture from The University of Kentucky, and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in 1984.

He spent his first 13 years in practice in a Mixed Animal Practice in Northern Kentucky. Upon moving to Indiana he worked 10 years as the resident Farm Veterinarian for a Thoroughbred Horse Farm. Dr. Bradford joined the practice with Dr. Youngblood in 2008. Being back in a private practice setting allows more direct interaction with clients, which he finds fulfilling.

Dr. Bradford and his Wife Lisa reside in Crothersville. Their daughter, Laura, finished her Master’s in Counseling from the Cincinnati Christian University; she now lives in Covington, KY.

Santanna Kreutzjans

Santanna Kreutzjans

Santanna Jennings County High School in 2013 and International Business College in 2014 and is a Registered Vet Tech. She enjoys riding, off-roading, hunting. Santanna also built her own trail buggy – sodbuster. At the clinic, you will see Santanna helping Dr. Bradford with his appointments and helping in the front office.
Caris Waggoner

Caris Waggoner

aris graduated from Jennings County High School in 2009. She enjoys helping 4-H members with their Horse and Pony projects, as well as, giving riding lessons. Caris has been with SIE since 2011. When Caris isn’t at the clinic she spends her time trail riding and enjoying time with her Corgi, Gunner. At the clinic, you will see Caris working in the front office, assisting customers and answering the phones.
Kayla Hubbard

Kayla Hubbard

Kayla graduated from St. Andrews Presbyterian College with a degree in Business Management with an equine emphasis in 2010. While in college she rode horses on the IHSA team and played basketball. The mother of 3 young children and wife to Walter, Kayla works part-time at SIE. She enjoys family, sewing, sign making, and farming. At the clinic, you will see Kayla helping in the front office as well as working in the back office as well.
Jessica Couch

Jessica Couch

Jessica plans on attending Purdue University online in the fall, majoring in the Veterinary Technician degree. She also enjoys riding my horses and has begun barrel racing, but is also interested in cutting and cattle sorting. At the clinic, you will see Jessica out in the barn or during foaling season she is up all night on foal watch.
John Ault

John Ault

John is retired from sales after nearly 50 years. He has worked for SIE for 5 years. John is the farm manager at the clinic. You will see him out on the tractor, loading feed for clients, and taking care of the horses. In his spare time, John enjoys trail riding with his other half Melinda and spending time with his dog, Sam.
Leah Popp

Leah Popp

Leah grew up in Upstate New York, where she started working with horses at the age of 7. She did an internship at Lingering Hills Stables before moving to Indiana. After moving here, Leah worked for Isham Cutting horses and later started training thoroughbreds. Leah has been married to her husband, Eric for almost 10 years now and they have 2 children, Kolbin and Ella. Leah and Eric started Cedar Creek Drafts where they specialize in breeding and showing draft horses, but also give riding lessons and offer boarding. In her spare time, Leah enjoys mounted shooting, running barrels, and is a leader of the Clark County Saddle Club and Draft Horse Club. At SIE, Leah is our weekend night watch during foaling season and works at night.