American Specialist in Veterinary Theriogenology
Dr Bailey graduated from Kansas State University in 2003 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and subsequently completed a 3-year residency program in theriogenology at the University of Florida. Dr Bailey was admitted to the American College of Theriogenologists in 2008 and received a Master of Science in Veterinary Medical Science also at the University of Florida in 2009. Dr Bailey then became an Associate Professor in the department of Theriogenology at North Carolina State University Veterinary School. Since September 2019 he is the resident veterinarian at Claiborne Farm
Dr. Bailey’s clinical interests include a variety of aspects of equine and small animal reproduction, including advanced reproductive techniques for equine and canine species, fetal gender-determination in mares and pregnancy management. Dr. Bailey’s research interests have focused on diseases of pregnancy in the mare and causes of perinatal death in foals.