is a Northern Oklahoma native. A familiar face to our AQHA clients, Derrick is known for his big smile and welcoming hugs. When not working as the Maintenance technician with the Hassinger team, Derrick enjoys being outdoors and golfing with some of the best AQHA horsemen in the industry.
A graduate from Delaware State University, Brianna has been involved in the Equine industry her entire life. With experience from show jumping and three day eventing to western pleasure, she is able to bring her knowledge and experience of multiple disciplines to the Hassinger Equine Veterinary team. Bri if often the friendly voice that you will hear when you call the clinic
Dr. Alison Roth
Dr. Jim Hassinger
450 Addor Road
Aberdeen, NC 28315
Alison Roth, DVM, is in her third year with Hassinger Equine Service fulfilling her goal to excel in the field of equine sports medicine and better the equine athlete. She graduated from NC State with a BS in Animal Science and received her veterinary degree from Oklahoma State. Alison has been riding since the age of ten when she started working for a western pleasure trainer. Most recently she has ridden for a NCHA futurity and aged event champion as well as a PRCA steer roper. She hopes to show cutting horses in the near future. She loves to travel and spend time with her family and friends.
Amy Hassinger wears many hats! She is the Director of Marketing & Advertising for the vet practice and currently the Director of the Rehabilitation Clinic, focusing full-time on turning it into a world class rehab and conditioning venue. She is a graduate of Park University with a degree in Management and Finance. Her years of experience as a rider, trainer, stable manager and farm owner compliment Hassinger Equine's focus as a full service sports medicine and rehabilitation practice. Together, she and Dr. Hassinger are developing a practice focused on the practical needs of horse owners, riders and trainers.
Dr. Hassinger, Veterinarian, is a graduate of North Carolina State University and Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. He has been actively practicing veterinary medicine for 25 years. In 2003, Dr. Hassinger narrowed his focus and opened Hassinger Equine Service in Aberdeen, NC as a sports medicine and performance centered practice dedicated to equine lameness, performance management, rehabilitation and imaging. "There has always been a need for a rehabilitation clinic, run by "horse people," to support the efforts of equine veterinarians nationwide." Dr. Hassinger is an active rider both at Hassinger Farm and at shows along the East Coast.