Horace Osborne “Sam” Ferguson, III, DVM
Dr. Ferguson graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983, Magna Laude and the distinguished Upjohn Award for best equine student clinician. His primary interest is the performance and race horse, with emphasis on diagnosis and therapeutic options in their related injuries. Current interests also include study on bleeding in the performance horse as it relates to allergies, standing arthroscopic surgery, and innovative ideas on treatment of tendinitis and suspensory desmitis. Having established his practice in Ocala in 1987, he has cared for many champions, serving some of the country’s top owners and trainers. He also breeds and races a select few racehorses. A member of AVMA, FVMA, AAEP, and FAEP, Dr. Ferguson is licensed in Florida, Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Louisiana, Georgia, California, Texas and South Carolina.
John Langlois, DVM, CVA, CVMMP
Dr. Langlois is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. He has been an equine practitioner in Marion County, Florida for the past 32 years, where he established his own practice in 1983, with an emphasis on reproductive medicine, lameness diagnostics and surgery. He has received advanced training in veterinary acupuncture, Chinese veterinary herbal medicine and veterinaryTui-namassage. Dr. Langlois was a member of the PELI inaugural class in 2010, and served as an instructor there in 2011 and 2012. In 2013, PELI joined IVMI, and Dr. Langlois will continue to instruct the EVMM program through the IVMI.Chi Institute. He has been practicing for over 30 years and has been using Chinese medicine and spinal manipulation successfully for over 10 years enjoying treating at many of the prestigious thoroughbred farms in Marion County, FL..