Amanda was born and raised on her family’s horse farm in Bangor, PA. She grew up riding and showing quarter horses. After high school, she worked as a small animal veterinary assistant at a small animal clinic but soon realized she would rather work with horses so started working at Cross River in August 2011. In her free time, she enjoys doing things with her boyfriend Chris, going on walks with her two dogs Larry and Curly, and continues to ride and show horses.
Beth was born in Barbourville, Ky and raised by a dairy farmer. She attended the University of Maryland and Central Texas College for education and nursing. With that she worked in medicine for several years, ending up in physical therapy. In late 2014, Beth decided to take on a new challenge, veterinary medicine. She did this by attending classes to become a veterinary technician. Soon she realized that she really loves her pets at home, but equine medicine is what she enjoys!!
Gina grew up in Florida and Virginia and moved to PA in 1978. Her passion for ALL creatures was passed down from her father. She has been involved with horses for the last 50 + years (yikes!). She worked as a receptionist/ technician for small animal practices in VA and PA for 12 years before joining Cross River Veterinary Service in 2002 to manage the office. She truly enjoys being there to take care of all your horses’ needs. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with family, going to church, hiking, gardening, and taking care of all her animals: 3 horses, 1 donkey, 2 dogs, and several cats.
Bonnie worked for the State of New Jersey/ Warren County for 37 years prior to starting part time for Cross River in March 2010. She and her husband own a small farm in Bangor, PA where she keeps an assortment of critters. She also fosters dogs and cats in her spare time.
A Swedish native, Carina modeled in New York City before committing to working with horses full time. When not riding her dressage horse, she is helping take care of the horses at home here and keeping the facility ready for haul-ins.