Dr. Scott Bennett attended Ohio State University where he received his doctorate in veterinary medicine in 1977.  He began practice in Kentucky in late 70's as resident veterinarian of a large breeding and training operation.  In 1982 Dr. Bennett started Equine Services, PSC.  His goal was to offer a multi-faceted surgical medical hospital with state of the art techniques and diagnostic. Equine services has continued true to its initial goals of providing treatments and answers to our patients’ needs being 1st in many procedures including:

1st to develop a viable surgical tubal (oviduct) patency and treatment in the equine species.

1st embryo transfer in the american saddlehorse beginning in 1980.

Pioneered endoscopic hysteroscopy starting in 1978 and later laser hysteroscopic treatment of the uterus.

1st interspecies embryo transfer between the zebra and domestic horse.

Pioneer site for use of IRAP (interleukin Receptor Antagonist Protein) in the United States.

Beta Site for Stem cell processing

Developed 3-D bloodflow MRI imaging in the equine limb and laminatic horse.


1. Bennett S., Foster W    Equine Veterinary Journal         Supplement 3, 1985, pp 78-79

Successful transfer of zebra embryo to a domestic horse

2. Griffin R, and Bennett S.    Preceedings 48th Annual AAEP Convention     2002, pp 58-60

Nd:YAG laser Photoablation of Endometrial Cysts

3. Bennett S., Griffin R., Rhoads W.   Proceedings 48th Annual Convention   2002 pp 347-349

Surgical Evaluation of Oviduct Disease and Patency in the Mare

4. Bennett S.     Lameness in the American Saddlebred and Other Trotting Breeds of Collection.  2003, pp 1035-1040

Publication: "Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse"  Ross M. and Dyson S., Saunders Elsevier, St. Louis, MO.

5. Bennett S.     Lameness in the American Saddlebred and Other Trotting Breeds of Collection 2009

Publication: Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse II

6. Bennett S.  Diagnosis of Oviductal Disorders & Diagnostic Techniques      2007 pp 78-82

Publication: Current Therapy in Equine Reproduction, Samper JC, Pycock JF and MKinnon AO Elsevier, St. Louis MO

7. Griffin R., McKnight A., Rucker A., Bennett S.

Initial experience using contrast Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Laminitic Horses: 18 studies