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. 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.