WAYNE BROWNING, DVM

Bayhill Equine Sports Medicine Practive
123 Belmont Ave.,
Redwood City, CA 94061

bayhilleq@aol.com
650.851.2330 

A Washington State native, Dr. Wayne Browning graduated from Washington State University in 1986. Prior to receiving his degree, Dr. Browning worked as a groom and veterinary assistant at Longacres Racetrack near Seattle, WA. Following graduation, he relocated to the Bay Area where he worked at San Francisco Bay Area tracks until 1989, became a partner in Briarwood Equine, Inc. in Portola Valley and two years later started Bayhill Equine in 1991. In addition to ministering to the needs of horses in the community, Dr. Browning serves on the Advisory Board of the Stanford Red Barn. He has also served as the Team Veterinarian for the New Zealand show jumping team at the 2010 World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky. 

In his limited free time Dr. Browning enjoys breeding and raising race horses with his wife Anna at their farm in Lexington.

ROBERT C. MEDEROS, C.J.F.

An American Association Certified Journeyman Farrier
214 Gil Blas Rd
Danville, CA 94526

925.784.6899

RICK SAMSON

General Contractor
samsonbros@aol.com

925.487.9204 

Rick Samson has been a general contractor in the Danville area for over 30 years. Rick specializes in major residential remodeling and equestrian facilities. 

“Rick has handled the entire overhaul of Iron Horse Equestrian Center. He has worked with all the vendors and oversaw everything from the permit process with the county, the installation of a new well, the changing of all the footing, the installation of a new arena and many other projects within our facility. Rick worked hands on with all the vendors and coordinated the entire project from start to finish. We would not have been able to complete this project without Rick’s expertise and unbelievable dedication. During the entire project, we were not disappointed once with Rick’s leadership. He made this project fun and successful.” 
– Tracey Hirt – proprietor of Iron Horse Equestrian Center