Jessica is originally from Greeley, Colorado. She graduated from Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, CO, with an Associate’s degree in Animal Science and additional certification in Equine Management. As a previous member of The American Stock Horse Association, Jessica has competed in Collegiate Ranch Horse Versatility, specifically focusing on the cow work event.
Jessica assists both in the office as a receptionist and as a veterinary assistant in the clinic and field. Since joining Iron Horse Equine, she especially enjoys going on farm calls and assisting in the operating room at the clinic on surgery days. During her free time, you can find Jessica exploring the local trails on horse-back or attending local equine events.
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Gaby joined Dr. Sorley's practice in 2010. Her role involves data management, client and corporate bookkeeping and employee payroll.
Gaby was 13 years old when she acquired her first horse in Puerto Rico, where her father was stationed with the United States Navy. Her love of a horses and riding skills escalated across the continents as a member of military family. When she finally settled in Colorado in 1993, she was able to purchase two Quarter horses and an Arabian. Through her experiences, she learned what truly amazing creatures horses are. Her hobbies include raising and training Labrador Retrievers, competing in AKC hunts tests, sewing and fishing.
Angilese grew up running wild in rural Michigan catching frogs, caring for all the hurt animals that crossed her path, and riding horses and dirt bikes. She showed her Morgan pony, Baylad, and a Quarter Horse named Miss Dee Maker in 4-H until her graduation from high school. Angie attended Ohio Technical College in Cleveland for Automotive Collision Repair and Custom Paint, where she became I-CAR certified. Not long after, she moved to Idaho Springs, Colorado on a whim with her cousin. In her past employment, she has customized MGA's and MGB's with V8 engines and worked 8 years in the motorcycle industry. When Angie moved to Elbert County, she decided to trade in one horse power for another. She worked a few years in customer service at the Kiowa feed store, getting to know many locals in the equine community, before the company changed ownership.
Angie's primary passions still center on caring for animals and biological science, and she has future aspirations of one day finishing the Biology degree she started. During business hours, she thrives on office organizing projects and the great pride she takes in the best customer service she can deliver, all with a cup of tea in hand, of course. When Angie's not working, you can usually find her at home perfecting recipes, reading to her son, in the garden or pasture with her assortment of farm animals, or scheming about how to get her husband on board with whatever grandiose, ambitious plan she's currently dreaming up.