Dr. Henderson has been immersed in the equine world since birth. She grew up on an Arabian and Sport Horse breeding/training farm in Niagara, Ontario where her family continues to produce Crabbet Arabian and Arabian/Warmblood crosses for the sports of dressage and endurance.
Bri graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, Scotland, where the primary focus of her studies surrounded equine sports medicine and surgery. After graduation and 2 years in mixed practice, Bri returned to academia as a hospital intern at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington Kentucky. In addition to her clinical duties, she is currently enrolled in the American College of Sports Medicine and Rehab residency program.
Her involvement in the world of endurance racing includes experience as a competitor and a line veterinarian from grass roots to an international level of competition. Her current competition horse is a 9 year old Arabian stallion, “Stryder”. Together they compete in dressage and FEI endurance.
Dr. Henderson is accredited by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in Equine infectious Anemia testing as well as the export of Horses to the USA.