The Danger of Lower Limb Wounds in Horses

December 12, 2018 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM It is common for horse owners to have a horse with a wound or laceration at some point in their life. Sometimes small lacerations can be perceived as benign, inconsequential problems […]

The Legacy — Nitas Wood Bloodline

December 10, 2018 0
By Corsi Martin  The cutting horse breeding industry took a blow on Oct. 4, 2018, in the form of the death of an incredible stallion and top producer in the world of cutting, Nitas Wood […]

A Rodeo Family

December 6, 2018 0
By Krista Lucas The rodeo life can come with many ups and downs, especially when trying to raise a family. One couple that is navigating life on the road, as well as family life, has […]

Equine Superstars & Everyday Heroes

November 12, 2018 0
By Janis Blackwell About six years ago, what started as a pastime for Jo Haigwood began to evolve into a new career and business. Jo said her husband was always hunting and fishing, so she […]

Equine Eye Injuries

November 10, 2018 0
By Garrett Metcalf, DVM The eyes of a horse are one of its most attractive features, and, for obvious reasons, a very important organ to protect. Horses are known to be prone to ocular diseases, […]

It All Started with a Horse

November 8, 2018 0
By Corsi Martin  Explaining the sport of cutting to outsiders can be quite complicated at times. How do you explain poetry in motion when it comes in the form of keeping a single cow from […]

Barrel Racing in Ardmore

November 4, 2018 0
By Krista Lucas Ardmore, Okla., was the place to be September 26 through 30 for barrel racers and fans alike. The Ardmore Barrel Futurity at the Hardy Murphy Coliseum was a weekend full of some […]
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