Evette Dewey, CVT
Evette is from a small town in California called Gualala. She moved to Colorado to attend school at Bel-Rea Institute for Veterinary technician training. Evette graduated in March 2016 with a strong desire to work in the equine field. Since joining Iron Horse Equine at the end of 2016, she has thoroughly enjoyed going out on field calls and running the lab at the clinic.
Evette has always had a passion for horses and has owned four of her own. She also is involved with a rescue in California that cares for off the track thoroughbreds. She loves training in dressage and jumpers, but trail rides fairly regularly, too. In her free time, she likes hanging out at her barn and hiking with her fiance and yellow lab, Cali.
Jessica Williams, Veterinarian Assistant
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.
Rachel Rock, Veterinarian Assistant
Rachel is from a small rural town in New York located in the Adirondack Mountains. She has been in Colorado since completing an internship with Acadia Equine Rehabilitation Center. Rachel graduated from Morrisville State College with a Bachelor’s of Technology degree in Equine Science and Rehabilitation.
Rachel was introduced to horses through her local 4-H club as a child. She has been involved with horses ever since. Throughout the 4-H and college years, she has been involved in multiple disciplines and various equine industry fields. Rachel chose to study equine rehab in order to better understand the healing processes a horse undergoes after traumatic injury and surgery. At Iron Horse Equine, she loves the clinical setting as well as assisting with diagnostics in the field. When not working, Rachel can be found outdoors exploring Colorado or drawing.