Jennifer Stolz, LVT
Jenn has been with New York Equine since 2004. Originally working as a technician with Dr. Juul-Nielsen, she is now the office manager. She enjoys helping clients and assisting the veterinarians, and still does occasional work in the field.
She started working with horses on a thoroughbred farm, assisting with foaling, breaking yearlings, and performing all aspects of running a farm. She then went back to school to become a licensed veterinary technician, and worked in small animal medicine for several years, before coming to work for New York Equine.
Jenn is a graduate of Suffolk Community College’s Veterinary Sciences program and performed internships at Mattituck Laurel Veterinary and LIEMC. She enjoys spending time with her husband and pets, along with gardening and spending time outdoors.
After a 16 year career in matrimonial law, Amy Krinner joined the office team at New York Equine in the summer of 2016, bringing her experience in office management.
Amy enjoys the challenges of learning a new industry and working in the fast paced field of equine medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 6 rescue cats.
Gale has worked with Dr. Juul-Nielsen since the start of his practice 37 years ago. As a licensed vet tech, office manager, and “jack of all trades”, she has helped New York Equine develop into what it has become today.
She has taken a well-deserved step back in the last few years to pursue her hobby of competing at Quarter Horse shows. She still works behind the scenes handling the financial aspects of the practice.
A Long Island native, Doreen became interested in horses at a young age and began riding at six. Originally participating in hunter and equitation, she found her true passion for dressage at fifteen. Since then, she has competed and trained her own horses, Gourmet and Renoir, up through the FEI levels including showing both at Dressage at Devon.
Doreen started working at New York Equine in 2007 while also operating her own training business. Throughout all the years of competition, New York Equine has kept all of her horses healthy and happy.
Carol has been with New York Equine for 27 years. She worked at Hobby Horse Saddlery and Huntington Saddlery. She also bred and raced Standardbred and Thoroughbred racehorses, and met Dr. Juul-Nielsen when he worked for Dr. Koenig.
She then came to work for him in 1990. Today, Carol works for New York Equine part-time and is a full-time grandmother.