About Us

Founder- Richard M. Faver – Rich Faver is known by many equestrians as the most experienced and knowledgeable person in the equine quarantine business. Rich Faver, former partner of South Florida Equine Quarantine, has handled over thousands of horses and over a thousand stallions. Rich has handled and bred every one of them personally. With a strict protocol that has been adopted through his years of experience, Rich understands the importance of safety to both the stallions and test mares. Rich is a lifelong horseman and former rodeo cowboy. In recent years he has found great satisfaction in starting young horses on the ground, and retraining horses with behavioral problems. His true passion has been working with the stallions, either for breeding, collecting, or CEM quarantine. Rich has handled many top stallions from all disciplines, including Jumpers, Hunters, Arabians and Thoroughbreds.
Partner- Sara L. Williamson – Sara Williamson is the owner of Ossian Ventures and the co-founder of the quarantine at that location. Sara has been a lifelong competitor, showing all over the Eastern United States and Canada, including Spruce Meadows. Sara has had the privilege of working for and with such great names as Norman Dello Joio, Leslie Burr-Howard, and Molly Ashe-Cawley. Having imported a number of horses, herself, the state of the art facility she created is perfectly suited for quarantine.

Veterinarian- Dr. Jordan Lewis – Dr. Jordan Lewis is a veterinarian from Palm Beach Equine Clinic, the largest equine hospital in South Florida. Dr Lewis is a 2004 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinarian Medicine. She completed her internship and surgery at The Equine Medical Center in Ocala, Florida. Dr. Lewis has been the quarantine veterinarian for Rich Faver for the past 8 years. She is one of the most experienced CEM quarantine veterinarians in the business. Dr. Lewis is extremely knowledgeable on all the requirements necessary to get your horse through the quarantine process as quickly and safely as possible.