Casey grew up in the central mountains of Colorado. He graduated from Colorado State University school of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. After which spent a year as an intern gaining valuable experience at the famed Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky. He then worked at racetracks in Texas before landing in southern California. During his time at Los Alamitos Race Course his patients were primarily quarter horses, arguably some of the best in the world. Dr. Potter has had over 30 world champions as patients during his career and his patients have included elite equine athletes from a variety of disciplines including reined cow horses, professional/collegiate rodeo horses, reining, endurance, dressage, versatility, cutting and USEF team members. Casey's interests outside of veterinary medicine consist of hunting, fishing, hiking, and spending as much time as possible with Arlene his wife of twenty-four years, their dogs, and horses on their ranch outside of Canon City.
Molly grew up in West Virginia where she was an avid rider in multiple disciplines, including saddleseat, dressage, and hunter/jumpers. Additionally, Molly was a team member on the University of Vermont intercollegiate riding team. She received her veterinary degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, where she was an active member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. After completing her didactic training at Ross University, she performed her clinical training at the Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine where she received the Equine Surgery Student of the Year Award. Following veterinary school, Molly completed a yearlong internship at Blue Ridge Equine Clinic focusing on both equine ambulatory and hospital/surgical care before practicing in an equine ambulatory practice in Virginia. In Molly’s free time she can be found fly fishing or hiking with her dog Tucker.