George Stubbs Award
The George Stubbs Award recognizes the contributions made to equine veterinary medicine by individuals other than veterinarians. The award is named for George Stubbs (1724-1806), the artist and teacher who played a vital role in veterinary education. He studied and taught anatomy at York Hospital in England, using detailed drawings as a guide to equine anatomy. His reference book, Anatomy of the Horse, published more than 200 years ago, is still universally recognized as an authoritative anatomical depiction.
Individuals eligible for this award are those persons who have not received a degree in veterinary medicine and do not practice veterinary medicine. However, the individual must have been directly responsible for performing an act or acts to benefit the field of equine veterinary medicine in any or all of the following areas:
The accomplishments may be based on a sustained effort or an extraordinary single achievement.
Nominations will be accepted from AAEP members, constituent organizations, and members of the equine community. Click HERE to download the nomination form.
2016 James J. (Jay) Hickey - Former American Horse Council President
2014 Waddell (Dell) Walker Hancock II - Chairman, Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation
2011 Susan McDonnell, PhD - Equine Behavioral Researcher
2008 John K. and Marianne Castle - Philanthropists
2007 Roy and Gretchen Jackson and Michael Matz - Barbaro's Owners and Trainer
George Bagby, MD, MS - Orthopedic Surgeon
2005 Edward L. Squires, PhD - Professor, Colorado State University
2004 Gene Pranzo - Director, The Dorothy Russell Havemeyer Foundation
1999 Kenneth L. Maddy - Former California State Senator
1997 Duncan Alexander - American Live Stock Insurance Company
2000 Gary L. Carpenter - AAEP Executive Director 1991-2000
1993 Paul Mellon - Philanthropist, Horseman
R. Richards Rolapp, Esq. - President, American Horse Council (1978-1993)