Our Team

<strong>Sarah Gold, D.V.M.</strong>
Sarah Gold, D.V.M.Managing Veterinarian
Dr. Sarah Gold joined the staff of B.W. Furlong and Associates in 2005, and also is in charge of our standing MRI facility, Equine MRI of NJ.

Born in Nuremburg, Germany, Dr. Sarah Gold grew up in Suffern, NY (Rockland County). Her involvement with horses began at age 9, when she began riding with Mindy Minetto at Stonehedge Farm. By grooming, training, and showing horses for Mindy in the hunter/jumper industry, she developed a strong background in horsemanship, and decided pursue a career in equine medicine.

Sarah graduated cum laude from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University in 2000 with a degree in Animal Science. She also was captain of the Women’s Varsity Equestrian Team at Cornell. Dr. Gold was then accepted directly into veterinary school at Cornell University, where her primary interests were sports medicine, reproduction, and pathology. She completed a one-year internship at the Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center in the Santa Ynez Valley in California.

Dr. Gold joined B.W. Furlong & Associates upon completion of her internship as an ambulatory practitioner, with a special interest in regenerative medicine (stem cell, PRP), lameness, and diagnostic imaging. She also has served as assistant team veterinarian to the United States Eventing Team in the 2008 Hong Kong Olympics, 2010 World Equestrian Games, 2012 London Olympic Games and various other elite competitions both in the USA and internationally.

Dr. Sarah Gold has been running Equine MRI of NJ in Oldwick since 2006, where they average approximately 200 scans a year.

<strong>Natasha Werpy, D.V.M. Dipl ACVR</strong>
Natasha Werpy, D.V.M. Dipl ACVRConsulting Radiologist
Dr. Natasha Werpy is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Gainesville, Florida. She served her residency with focus on Diagnostic Imaging at Colorado State University and gained her Diplomate with the American College of Veterinary Radiology.

Dr. Werpy’s research focus centers around clinical equine MRI, and diagnosis imaging, specifically musculoskeletal imaging with emphasis in MRI and ultrasound. Dr. Werpy has joined Advanced Equine Imaging of Wellington in the capacity of “Consulting Radiologist”.

Recent Publications include:

  • Advances in equine imaging.
  • Recheck magnetic resonance imaging examinations for evaluation of musculoskeletal injury.
  • Imaging of the equine proximal suspensory ligament.
  • A descriptive study of the equine proximal interphalangeal joint using magnetic resonance imaging, contrast arthrography, and arthroscopy.
  • Standing low-field magnetic resonance imaging in horses with chronic foot pain.
<strong>Jenny Hibberd</strong>
Jenny HibberdImaging Director/Team Leader
Jenny Hibberd graduated from Florida State University, in 2014, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management.

Her passion for horses was cultivated at a very young age and consequently, her involvement in the equine industry has been a lifelong pursuit. Growing up in Kentucky, Jenny rode at her aunt’s farm, all the while embracing the equine opportunities of The Bluegrass State.

Following this, Jenny moved to Florida in 2009 to compete. With multiple championships during that winter season, Jenny’s love for top performance horses grew. In 2010, she worked for Flying Colors Farm as a handler for broodmares and stallions. In this position, Jenny learned about the basics of the breeding industry and she played a critical role in breeding season. She then joined the Town and Country Tack Store as a sales associate, which offered her an opportunity to network within the area’s equine industry.

Jenny is thrilled to be a part of Advanced Equine Imaging! She realized sports medicine would be an area of interest in her career path after volunteering as a Veterinary assistant for the Winter hospital in Havana, FL. Jenny is excited to gain the knowledge and hands on experience that is necessary to help heal and maintain performance horses, so they may succeed at the top levels of competition.