Stacey Cordivano, DVM
Stacey, a graduate of Penn State University and the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, completed a one-year internship at B.W. Furlong and Associates in New Jersey. Her training focused on sports medicine, internal medicine and general ambulatory practice. She subsequently spent an intensive six months in Ocala, Florida expanding her experience in the lameness field as an associate with Furlong and Associates. Dr. Cordivano has performed the duties of treating veterinarian at numerous three day events and horse shows. She also served as a state veterinarian at a Standardbred harness racing track in Chester, Pennsylvania for three years. She founded Clay Creek Equine Veterinary Services in 2010 and expanded to a two-doctor practice in 2021. In 2011, Dr. Cordivano completed an intense course focusing on animal chiropractic techniques at the Options for Animals Chiropractic School in Kansas and gained her IVCA certification. She has been excited to see the excellent results of adding the chiropractic knowledge into the rest of her general practice. Her interests include performance issues in the sport horse, alternative medicine and emergency medicine. She is an active member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners and now serves on the Wellness Committee. On a personal note, Stacey enjoys spending time with her husband, Ben and their sons, Carter and Asher. Sharing in the farm fun is their dog, Gigi, the farm cat, Cami, their two goats and two slightly chubby ponies. Dr. Stacey also enjoys hiking and trail riding. You will generally find her listening to podcasts on the way to her next appointment!
Rachel Hosier, VMD
Rachel grew up in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, where she enjoyed having horses in her backyard and competing on the local hunter circuit. She received her Bachelor’s in Animal Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and during her time there she actively competed on the intercollegiate hunt seat riding team as well as dabbling in eventing. She returned to the east coast to attend the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, she completed a year long internship at South Shore Equine Clinic and Diagnostic Center in Plympton, MA. Most recently, she has been an associate at an equine sports medicine practice in Bucks County, PA.
Dr. Hosier’s professional interests include dentistry, sports medicine, and acupuncture. She is a graduate of the CuraCore veterinary medical acupuncture program, and enjoys integrating acupuncture alongside conventional therapeutics. She continues to be an avid rider, and is currently working towards her USDF Silver Medal with her horse, Quinn. When not on or underneath of a horse, you can find her cooking, doing chores around the farm, or hanging out with her cat, Wilbur.