David Adam-Castrillo, VMD, MS, Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Rebecca Lefebvre, DVM, CVMMP
Dr. Rebecca is originally from Stillwater, MN. She graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012, after completing her clinical year at the University of Minnesota. She then completed a hospital internship at Peterson and Smith in Ocala, FL, where she gained experience in surgery, sports medicine, and internal medicine. It was at Peterson and Smith that Rebecca developed a passion for sports medicine and lameness. After that, Rebecca moved back to her home state to complete a sports medicine internship at the University of Minnesota, which focused on lameness as well as allowing her to help teach 4th year veterinary students.
Dr. Rebecca joined the Bucks County Equine Team in July 2014. Rebecca also completed the acupuncture course at the Chi Institute in December 2017 and a spinal manipulation course through the IVMI in 2018, and has really enjoyed adding alternative therapies to her tool box.
When she is not working, Rebecca enjoys riding her horse, Mimi, and spending time with her husband, Marc, and their dog and cat, Sienna and Nomerz. Rebecca also enjoys hiking, rock climbing, camping, kayaking, and has a passion for traveling.
Dr. Rachel grew up in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania, where she enjoyed having horses in her backyard and competing on the local hunter circuit. She received her Bachelor’s in Animal Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and during her time there she actively competed on the intercollegiate hunt seat riding team and dabbled in eventing.
Dr. Rachel attended veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2018. She completed a year-long internship at South Shore Equine Clinic and Diagnostic Center in Plympton, MA, before joining the Bucks County Equine team in July 2019. Her professional interests include dentistry, reproduction, and sports medicine. She continues to be an avid rider, and is currently working towards her USDF Bronze Medal with her gelding, Quinn. When not at the barn, she enjoys cooking, reading, and hanging out with her cat, Wilbur.
Kim is a Bucks County native that has been actively involved in the local horse community for well over 10 years. She discovered her love of horses at a young age and was hooked after her first lesson. In her early twenties, Kim took on a teaching and management role at a local show barn in exchange for lessons and extra time in the saddle.
Kim decided to pursue her passion for horses professionally, which landed her at Bucks County Equine in December 2018 as the Office Manager.
Outside of the office Kim enjoys riding and showing her horse, Clifford, attending concerts, snowboarding and spending time with her cats (Nitro and Boomer, who will greet you in the office!) and guinea pigs (Houdini and Shadow).