• Dr. Charlotte Kin

    Dr. Kin is a graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a surgical and medical internship at the prestigious Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY from 2003 to 2004. Dr. Kin then completed an Equine Practitioners Residency at the esteemed Oakridge Equine Hospital in Edmond, OK from 2004 to 2006. In 2006 Dr. Kin founded Exclusively Equine Veterinary Services. Dr. Kin grew up in Broken Arrow, OK where she competed in Dressage, Show Jumping, and Eventing. She was very active in the United States Pony Club, competing in and winning numerous national championships and serving as a national visiting instructor. She graduated from the USPC as an “HA”, the highest ranking in horse management. Dr. Kin actively competed in Dressage competitions at a national level through Prix St. Georges and won numerous national championships. She is a United States Dressage Federation Bronze and Silver Medalist and a graduate the “L” Judges Program with distinction. Dr. Kin was a member of the Oklahoma State University Hunt Seat Equestrian Team. Dr. Kin serves on the advisory board for the Veterinary Technician program at Heritage College and also serves as an adjunct instructor there. She is a member of the AAEP, OVMA, and AVMA.In her spare time Dr. Kin enjoys spending time with her husband Chad and three kids-Michelle, Sarai and Carsten. Their children are very active riding horses and playing numerous sports leaving Dr. Kin and Chad to coach baseball, soccer and basketball teams and teach 4-5 year old Sunday School each week.

    Dr. Kin enjoys all aspects of equine practice with her major focus being preventative and performance horse medicine with an emphasis on client education. Her outstanding credentials as well as a lifetime of equine experience make her a well versed ambulatory veterinarian.

  • Dr. Amanda Wilson

    Dr. Wilson is a graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up on a registered Corriente cattle ranch in Cheney, Kansas. She was very involved with the management of the cattle operation, and her family’s goal was to raise quality roping cattle for the betterment of the sport. Her entire family was very involved with rodeo and she competed in Team Roping, Breakaway Roping, and Goat Tying. In 2003 and 2004, she was the Oklahoma Junior Rodeo Association Champion Header. She was also a short-round qualifier at the Kansas High School Rodeo State Finals in Breakaway Roping. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science from Oklahoma State in 2009. During most of her time at OSU, Dr. Wilson had the privilege of researching Bovine Respiratory Disease under the guidance of Dr. Anthony Confer, and co-authored several peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Wilson joined the Exclusively Equine team in 2014.In her spare time, Dr. Wilson enjoys spending time with her husband Blake on their farm where they raise commercial cattle. She also enjoys training her young horses, watching her brothers compete in rodeos, and attending OSU athletic events.

    Dr. Wilson has a true passion for equine medicine, and is especially interested in sports medicine and rehabilitating the equine athlete, wound management, and reproductive medicine.