Tour the Farm

Farm Entrance
Welcome to Central Georgia Equine Services. Youíll find our farm entrance located on Lakeview Road between Interstate 75 and Houserís Mill Road.

Main Clinic
Constructed in 1994, the main clinic building houses business offices, laboratory, pharmacy, treatment room and 15 stalls. A large parking lot is conveniently located on the West side.

When you have arrived at CGES please check in with our receptionist before unloading your horse.

Our laboratory is organized into sections according to activity; semen and embryo processing, surgical packs and instrument sterilization and lab samples are all processed here.

Our pharmacy is well stocked so that CGES veterinarians have the medications and equipment needed to take care of your horse.

Treatment Room
Our large spacious room allows CGES veterinarians to perform a large variety of tasks from semen collection to ultrasound, radiographs to dentistry. Out padded stocks our designed to hold your horse safely and comfortably.

Hospital Stalls
Our stalls are all constructed of tongue and groove pine with matted floors for maximum safety. We offer open sided stalls for horsesí that need a view and solid partition stalls for stallions, mares with foals and horses that need a quiet environment.

Isolation Barn
Our isolation barn was designed to house horses with potential contagious diseases and stallions that are under quarantine for semen freezing.

Foaling Barn
Our foaling barn is equipped with individual surveillance cameras and the Foalert System. A mere 100 yards from Dr. Cookís residence itís a frequent destination during the wee hours of foaling season.

Private Paddocks
Our system of private paddocks allows us to separate pregnant mares and mares with young foals into appropriate age groups. Hospitalized cases can be turned out for exercise and grazing when their treatment allows.

Situated on 70 acres of gently rolling land our pastures are a picturesque site. We have separate pastures for mares with foals, pregnant mares, weanlings and open mares.

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