Warren Hohertz ’85
Program Coordinator II
Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
Warren Hohertz serves as the program coordinator for the Equine Reproductive Studies programs and the Legends Premier Stallion Season Auction in the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences (VLCS) at the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS). He graduated in 1985 from Texas A&M University with a BS in Animal Science and joined the VMBS in 2012, after a career in industrial distribution.
He plans and oversees the Legends Premier Stallion Auction, other fundraising activities, promotions, and educational events. He manages a database of several hundred stallions, donors, and buyers, and assimilates that information into an online portal for our annual stallion auction. He cultivates and maintains relationships to spread the good news about our programs, with the goal of matching our resources with industry needs.
The Equine Reproductive Studies team offers expert assistance to stallion and mare owners worldwide, with frequent visits to premier equine breeding operations across the Americas, and the world. Warren has traveled with the group to several states and foreign countries, playing music, and sharing the group’s clinical expertise and research results.
Without a doubt, the most rewarding part of his position is the chance to support, get to know, and follow the development of the brilliant young equine theriogenologists that come through the Equine Reproductive Studies programs. The Section of Theriogenology at the VMBS is truly special—unique in the genuinely caring treatment of each other at work while enjoying off-the-job activities together as a family.