Dr. Gene White
Dr. Gene White is the founding owner of Diamond W Equine Services. He has been practicing for years and enjoys the daily job of meeting with clients and helping solve their horses’ problems. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1966. Soon afterwards he began practicing in the DFW area. He decided to pursue only his passion for equine veterinarian medicine and opened up Diamond W Equine Services. In 2006 his desire to provide quality care to horses was rewarded when he won the Equine Practitioner of the Year award.
Dr. White’s main interest these days lies in reproduction, preventative medicine and lameness. Performance horse medicine is also an avid interest of his, especially the hunter- jumpers, roping, cutting, barrel horses, and racehorses.
In his free time you can find Dr. White doing anything that has him outdoors with his family and grandchildren. You may also see him at the racetrack watching his own racing quarter horses compete. He resides in Keller, TX with his supportive wife Glenna and enjoys having his extended family in the area to spend quality time with.
Dr. Richard Jacks
Dr. Richard Jacks is another Texas A&M graduate that has an ownership interest in the practice and has been with Diamond W. Equine for the past 18 years. He is primarily a racetrack veterinarian and often is found at Lonestar Park during the racing meets. His extensive knowledge and training allows him to be extremely proficient in the diagnosis and treatment of equine lameness.
In his free time he enjoys spending time working on his horse farm with his wife and daughter.
Dr. Sally Farnsworth
Dr. Sally Farnsworth joined Diamond W Equine Services in 2020 after graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completing her clinical year at Texas A&M. A native of Houston, Sally received her undergraduate degree in Microbiology from The University of Texas and a Masters in Agriculture, with a focus on equine reproduction, from Texas A&M University. A lifelong horse enthusiast, Sally showed Tennessee Walking Horses while growing up and before Veterinary school worked for several years at WinStar Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. Her interests are general care, reproduction, and acupuncture.
In her free time, Sally enjoys riding, watching horse racing and traveling.