30th November 2025
On-Demand Panel Discussion
American Specialist in Veterinary Surgery
Dr. Brent Hague is a native of Oklahoma that received his DVM from Oklahoma State University in 1993. Following graduation he became an associate at an equine practice in central Oklahoma until being accepted into a surgery residency at Texas A & M. In 1998, he completed his surgery training and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Son of a fourth generation farmer/rancher, Dr. Hague and his wife grew up in northwestern Oklahoma. Both were raised in families supported by raising wheat, alfalfa, and cattle. Dr. Hague and his wife now live on a small farm east of Edmond with their 4 boys. He enjoys working with his sons in the hay field and dabbling with his registered Angus hobby. Other personal interests include spending time helping his sons show cattle, watching them rope, hunting and fishing.
Dr. Hague’s professional interests are sports medicine, arthroscopic surgery, laser surgery, and orthopedics. He enjoys the opportunity to share his experience with fellow equine practitioners by taking part in clinical research, and public speaking. Most recently he has been involved in advances in bone marrow derived stem cell therapy in equine athletes.
Dr. Hague and his partner, Mike Major, DVM founded their referral equine surgery practice, Oakridge Equine Hospital, PC, in February 2003. Their goal is to provide clients with the latest technology and expertise available to diagnose and treat the equine athlete. They have continued to strive toward excellence in the field of equine surgery and medicine, by surrounding themselves with talented veterinary associates and knowledgeable staff.