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Colts Equine Staff

David Russell

David Russell is a former harness trainer, driver and owner.  He joined Colts Neck Equine in 1998.  He graduated from Medical Field School in San Antonio, Texas.  When Davey has time off from Colts Neck Equine, he loves to go fishing. 

Veronica Toth Spicer

Veronica joined Colts Neck Equine in 2013.  She studied Culinary Arts at Brookdale Community College and her family has been invovled in Standardbred breeding for years.  In her spare time, she likes to cook, garden and be with her kids Sawyer and Delaney.

Stephanie Jacobs

Stephanie joined Colts Neck Equine in 2016. She studied pre-veterinary studies at Bethany College where she also majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry.  Stephanie has worked in the standardbred industry for more than 13 years and owns a retired Standardbred Shades Of Cara.  She also has been racing standardbreds under saddle for three years. She loves all animals, and in her spare time enjoys spending time with her family and horse.  Stephanie is also RUS Mid-Atlantic (Non-Profit) President.

Alexandra Rauh

Alexa joined Colts Neck Equine in 2017. She is a graduate of Delaware Valley University and majored in Equine Science & Management. She has worked with many Standardbreds and Thoroughbreds, and has also worked with small animals and zoo animals. In her spare time, she enjoys going on hikes with her husband and their two dogs.

Alie Peary

Alie joined Colts Neck Equine in 2017. She has been working with race horses for the past 8 years. Her hobbies include dressage, reining and breaking horses to ride. In her spare time she enjoys working with project horses and loving on her 2 dogs and pony.