26900 75th Street, Salem, WI 53168
262-859-2560 262-859-2560

Meet Our Staff

Randall Borri, DVM

Dr. Randy Borri graduated in 1970 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 1972, Dr. Borri founded Bristol Veterinary Service along with Co-founder Dr. Fred Culbert, now retired. Dr. Borri’s commitment to his profession has made Bristol Veterinary Service a familiar name in the Southern Wisconsin/Northern Illinois equine community.

Dr. Borri has spent the last 30+ years committed to the Equine industry. He excels in equine lameness, sport medicine, and reproduction. He attends continuing educational seminars yearly to be able to provide the latest in technique and technology.

He has been the past president of the Wisconsin Equine Practitioner Association (WEPA) and is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the American Association of Equine Practitioner (AAEP) and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA). He, along with Dr. Nelson, are the on call Veterinarians for the Wisconsin State Fair.

Together with his wife, Janice, they enjoy leisure days with their grandchildren. During his free time, Dr. Borri can also be found restoring old tractors.

Kevin Nelson, DVM

Dr. Nelson co-owns and practices large animal medicine at Bristol Veterinary Service. After receiving his veterinary medical degree in 1985 from Ross University, Dr. Nelson practiced in Adrian, Michigan for one and a half years before joining BVS in 1987.

Dr. Nelson’s talents and community contributions are many and varied. Twice a week he is the attending veterinarian at the Racine Zoo where he examines and treats a wide variety of species from alligators to zebras. He has served as the veterinarian for the Kenosha County Fair for 20 years and for the Midwest Therapeutic Riding Program for more than 15 years.

Kevin, along with Deanna and their son Nathan operate and manage Freehorse Farm. The farm specializes in dressage and eventing. In his free time, Kevin also competes in combined driving.

In 2007, Dr. Nelson was awarded the Veterinarian of the Year Award at the 92nd Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA). This award is given by the WVMA annually to a member who has made major contributions to the advancement of the veterinary medical profession.

Dr. Lindsey Henderson, DVM

I began riding at the young age of 18 months and started showing when I was 5 years old. As a child of Army parents, one consistency between bases was the ability to ride at the stables, this is when my love of horses first started. My interest in medicine began when shadowing my physician mother and always wanted to combine my love for animal with what my mother did.

I attended Auburn University for my undergraduate degree. War Eagle! After undergrad, I worked as a veterinary technician at Hagyard Equine in Lexington, KY. I attended Ross University for vet school. I spent the year following graduation as an intern at Kendall Road Equine Hospital in Elgin IL where I focused on sports medicine. I have a special interest in keeping the equine athlete at peak performance.

In my spare time I enjoy riding and showing my 3 horses Kitt, Fergus and Pony in the hunter/jumper divisions. I live in Lake Geneva with my 2 dogs Cooper and Tempe. When not riding, I spend much of my time with friends and family enjoying the outdoors.

Morgan Wiseley, DVM

Dr. Morgan Wiseley grew up in a small rural town in Wisconsin, where she fell in love with veterinary medicine while helping her dairy vet father on farm calls. She attended Carroll University for her undergraduate education and continued on to the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she graduated in 2010 from the School of Veterinary Medicine. Small animals are her focus, especially wellness and preventive care for cats and dogs. Dr. Morgan has experience in challenging medical cases and routine surgery, and she has a special interest in the nuances of caring for pets as they enter their senior years. Dr. Morgan is a member of the WVMA and the AVMA.

When she’s not working, Dr. Morgan can be found in the barn, either riding her Appaloosa pleasure horse or driving miniature horses at a local stable. She also likes to spend time with family and friends, travel, and enjoys the outdoors with biking and running.
Dr. Morgan Wiseley would love to meet your four-legged family members! Call us today! 262-859-2560

Steve Graham, DVM

Dr. Graham graduated in 2006 from Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine. He attended the University of Minnesota, St. Paul Veterinary Medical School for clinical training. After acquiring his DVM he interned at Kendall Road Equine Hospital in Elgin, Illinois. Before coming to BVS, Dr. Steve practiced at Sunrise Equine Veterinary Services in North Branch, Minnesota. Steve has always loved horses and from a young age dreamt of becoming a veterinarian. Dr. Graham is currently learning the art of competitive carriage driving. In his free time, Steve enjoys time with his wife, their daughter, and the family cat.

Megan Darragh, DVM

Dr. Megan Darragh was raised in Indianapolis, IN, and began riding horses as a 6-year-old at the local stables. Throughout her riding career, she focused predominately on dressage, competing through her high school and collegiate years. Her first horse, a retired Thoroughbred named Flying Chicken ("Fontina"), inspired her to become an equine veterinarian.

Dr. Darragh attended Butler University and graduated in 2011, and continued her education at the Michigan State College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation in 2015, she completed a rigorous rotating internship at the University of Illinois. Her predominate interests are field surgery, lameness, and sports performance. Dr. Darragh enjoys working with performance and pleasure horses, and continues to be in awe of the amazing athletes and companions that horses are every day.

When Dr. Darragh isn't working, she enjoys exploring the city, staying active with outdoor activities, riding horses, and baking. Dr. Darragh's senior Labrador retriever, Wrigley, shares her home. 

Connie Kevek, Bookkeeper

Connie has been with BVS since 1985. Her interest to be involved with the equine veterinary field evolved from a life-long interest and involvement with horses. She spent several years as a veterinary assistant and in office administration before moving up to the BVS bookkeeper position. Her knowledge of horses, their ailments, foaling and care is highly valued by her co-workers. Connie and her children were involved in 4-H for many years. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, riding her horse, Miss Pea, jogging with her dog, Genny and wonderful winter Caribbean vacations.

Juliet (Jules) Brady,

Juliet graduated from UW-Stevens Point, majoring in Biology with a minor in Captive Wildlife Management. After working at the Racine Zoo for 11 ½ years, most recently as one of the animal curators, Juliet came to work for Bristol Vet in 2005. When not working, Juliet enjoys reading, gardening, video games, and riding her scooter and motorcycle with her boyfriend.

Jamie Schenning, Practice Manager

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Melissa Schaetten,

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Ashley Cashwell,

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Bristol Veterinary Services

26900 75th Street,
Salem, WI 53168
Phone:  262-859-2560  
Fax:  262-859-0459