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Colts Equine Staff

Jaime Nagle

Jaime is the practice manager for Colts Neck Equine.  She joined the practice in 1982.  During the past 25 years, she has successfully shown her horses in the hunter ring.  Jaime also ran a layup/training farm for a top trainer in the standardbred industry.  When not enjoying time riding her horse Booie, Jaime enjoys running, going to the gym and gardening.

Kim Califano

Kim  joined the practice in 2002.  She is part of the office staff and takes care of inventory and the website.  When she is not working at Colts Neck Equine, she enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her pug Butters. 

Ashley Marino

Ashley Marino joined Colts Neck Equine in January of 2007.  She grew up in the Standardbred industry and worked in the business up until she joined the practice. Ashley recently got married in April 2016. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering through her church and spending time with her dog Ridley, husband Rich and new baby Sadie.