Support Staff

Jessi Good

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Jessi is our office and reproductive centre manager. She oversees booking appointments, ensuring clinic inventory is up to date, maintains the breeding facility, and cares for the horses at our facility. It is Jessi that answers the office phone or texts you back when you get in touch.  She is a busy lady! 


Jessi is an avid rider and also competes in the hunter jumper disciplines.  Her picture shows her with her retired mare, Color Me Perfect, and her young rescue dog, Java. Jessi also owns a new young hunter named Rum Quest, and is well known in the show ring with her finished hunter, Brinello. 

Bobby-Jo Conrad

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Bobby-Jo Conrad is our fearless summer student. Coming to us from Lucky Seven Ranch in St. Alphonse, MB, Bobby-Jo possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience with horses. She rotates between going on calls with Dr. Dobson and helping Jessi out with the stallions, mares, and foals at Elm Creek Equine. 


Bobby-Jo is currently enrolled at the U of M studying Biology with aspirations towards equine veterinary medicine. We know she will be successful! 


Bobby-Jo rides English, Western, and drives draft horses. Her horse is a Morgan mare named Freedom. Freedom also has a pony that is piloted by Bobby Jo's Bichon Frise, Pickles! 

Chantel Dunlop- 2019 Vet Student

Our vet student Chantel

After graduating from Whitemouth School, Chantel completed a Bachelor of Science degree in biology at the University of Winnipeg and just recently began the four-year veterinary program at the WCVM in August 2018. 


She has previously worked as a groom at Winnipeg’s Assiniboia Downs and travelled across North America for two years as a groom for Olympic rider Jill Henselwood. She took care of four to seven horses and was responsible for making them look show ready to check them over for injuries and applying first aid. She particularly enjoyed representing Canada at the Nations Cup in Mexico and working alongside international riders at Spruce Meadows in Calgary. After completing her DVM program she sees herself working with performance horses or taking a residency to specialize in equine sports medicine.