Nancy Lee DVM is on call for all your equine veterinary needs!

Specializing in the performance horse. 

Equipped with a fully stocked truck with top of the line digital radiograph equipment, digital ultrasound, endoscopy and current progressive treatment plans.


A professional equine veterinarian with over 10 years of experience working in a hospital, racetrack and ambulatory setting.  Offering a multitude of approaches for your specific needs, be it getting to a competition with a fit and sound horse or a rehabilitation program following an injury. 


  • Lameness evaluations and soundness programs
  • Digital Radiograph machine (see your images instantaneously!!)
  • Digital Ultrasound machine- best field grade available for highest accuracy in diagnosing injury and planning a rehabilitation schedule
  • Vaccination schedule catered to your specific horses needs
  • Pre Purchase exams
  • Strong relationships with local hospitals for best referral care and follow-up

Make your appointment now!

Dr. Nancy Lee

(732) 403-4543 or email

My Story

I have grown up as a rider and competitor since I was 2 years old.  I started out in pony club and fell madly in love with 3-Day Eventing at a young age. I got my first horse when I was 11 years old and did self care at various farms. I lived outside of Boston and competed on the Area I young rider team until I was 21 and also attained the "A-Rating" in pony club at the age of 18 years.  This foundation gave me the ground work and mindset to know that I wanted to be a veterinarian some day.  I competed my horse through the Intermediate level of eventing before starting veterinary school at Tufts in 1998.  During vet school I studied rhabdomyolysis ("tying-up") in the event horse funded by an NIH grant.  Following vet school I was an intern at Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center in Ringoes, NJ from 2002-03. Upon completion of this internship I stayed on as an ambulatory clinician for two years. I was then hired by a racetrack group working at Monmouth park and Gulfstream park.  It was there that I solidified my experience and interest in lameness diagnostics and treatment. In the fall of 2006, I started my own practice in central New Jersey with the aim of diversifying my work from the racetrack to sport horse medicine.  My practice has grown through the years to include a wonderful group of clients from Standardbred and Thoroughbred racehorses to dressage, jumper and eventing horses. In June 2011, I bought a wonderful young event horse and am thoroughly enjoying competing again. 



February 12, 2013

"I have known Dr. Lee for the past 2 years, as both a veterinarian and fellow competitor. I respect her knowledge and experience in both areas.I find her to be an excellent diagnostician with an exceptional skill in lameness evaluation. I trust her input in pre purchase exams as well as the most up to date treatments available for my horses.

I have found the fact that Dr. Lee also owns, cares for and competes her horses gives her special insight when caring for horses. She understands the expectations placed on sporthorses as well as their lifestyle. She is able to give advice tailored to that horses needs and discipline. I can also ask her questions regarding different products available for sporthorses to help decide if those products would be beneficial or possibly detrimental. She is also very easy to talk to and will take the time to explain treatments and aftercare.

I would highly recommend Dr. Lee."

Michele K. owner of Far Side Farm and the pitchfork chronicles, Medford, NJ