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2022 Kenwood Hall Showcase

Presentation title, “Veterinarian, Value Added” Friday March 18, 1:30pm to 2:30pm in Kenwood Hall Showcase Chris Blevins, MS, DVM Dr. Chris Blevins received his masters’ degree from Kansas State University Animal Science and Industry in 2004. In 2006 he graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Blevins did a large animal/equine internship in Indiana at Janssen Veterinary Clinic and Purdue University Veterinary College. In 2007, he became an associate veterinarian at a mixed animal private practice in Savannah, MO. Dr. Blevins joined the faculty at Kansas State University in 2009 and is currently a Clinical Professor, Equine Field Service. His primary interest is in equine preventative care and management including equine dentistry.
Presentation title, “The Veterinarian’s Crystal Ball for Equine Lameness” Saturday March 19, 1:30pm to 2:30pm in Kenwood Hall Showcase Dr. Dylan Lutter is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in Large Animal Surgery and practices at the KSU Veterinary Health Center in Equine Performance Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Lutter is a Certified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner and certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. He earned his DVM from Kansas State University in 2009 and went on to an equine surgical residency, concurrent with a Master’s degree, followed by a fellowship in equine MRI at Washington State University completed in 2014. Dr. Lutter has specific clinical interest in diagnosing the cause of lameness in performance horses and returning those horses to their peak performance through the use of cutting edge and integrative therapies. His research interests include tendon/ligament injury, regenerative medicine, equine MRI, equine physical therapies, and equine spinal manipulative therapy.
Merk Animal Health Kids’ Corral In Kenwood Hall Hours: Friday 10am to 5pm Saturday 10am to 5pm Sunday 10am to 2:30pm Bring your littles into the barnyard for some fun with unique rocking horses, stick horses, pony jumps, a slide, some roping dummies & a coloring pages station.
Kansas Horse Council 8831 Quail Lane Suite 201, Manhattan, KS 66502 785-776-0662 ©1999-2016 Kansas Horse Council, All rights reserved.

2022 Kenwood Hall Showcase

Presentation title, “Veterinarian, Value Added” Friday March 18, 1:30pm to 2:30pm in Kenwood Hall Showcase Chris Blevins, MS, DVM Dr. Chris Blevins received his masters’ degree from Kansas State University Animal Science and Industry in 2004. In 2006 he graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. Following graduation, Dr. Blevins did a large animal/equine internship in Indiana at Janssen Veterinary Clinic and Purdue University Veterinary College. In 2007, he became an associate veterinarian at a mixed animal private practice in Savannah, MO. Dr. Blevins joined the faculty at Kansas State University in 2009 and is currently a Clinical Professor, Equine Field Service. His primary interest is in equine preventative care and management including equine dentistry.
Presentation title, “The Veterinarian’s Crystal Ball for Equine Lameness” Saturday March 19, 1:30pm to 2:30pm in Kenwood Hall Showcase Dr. Dylan Lutter is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in Large Animal Surgery and practices at the KSU Veterinary Health Center in Equine Performance Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Lutter is a Certified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner and certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. He earned his DVM from Kansas State University in 2009 and went on to an equine surgical residency, concurrent with a Master’s degree, followed by a fellowship in equine MRI at Washington State University completed in 2014. Dr. Lutter has specific clinical interest in diagnosing the cause of lameness in performance horses and returning those horses to their peak performance through the use of cutting edge and integrative therapies. His research interests include tendon/ligament injury, regenerative medicine, equine MRI, equine physical therapies, and equine spinal manipulative therapy.
Merk Animal Health Kids’ Corral In Kenwood Hall Hours: Friday 10am to 5pm Saturday 10am to 5pm Sunday 10am to 2:30pm Bring your littles into the barnyard for some fun with unique rocking horses, stick horses, pony jumps, a slide, some roping dummies & a coloring pages station.