Founded in 2003, Road to the Horse strives to inspire people to reach a higher level of horsemanship and develop unity with a horse based on trust and not fear.
"Each time I feed, groom, assist with the farrier and vet, help with community service events, or clean up the tack and feed rooms, I learn something new about equine care - and sometimes about myself."
Dr. Grandin personifies a commitment to the well being of all living beings - horses, cows and people, with or without autism according to MCH director, Janet Rose.
Dr. Clayton, a highly respected author and speaker with a knack for synthesizing complicated processes into information owners can use states, "I think it's (Haygain's steamer) a great product."
BCHA is a non-profit corporation bringing about positive changes regarding the use of horses and stock in wilderness and public lands.
The event was a big success that allowed students and faculty to come, volunteer their time, and learn about the history and importance of the African cemetery within our community.
In it's six months of operation the MRTHP has proven to be a huge success in drastically reducing the length of time transitioning horses are spending languishing in adoption centers.
The team includes pro and non-pro horse persons coming from every discipline and interest to advocate for the horses and horse businesses to keep the industry moving in a positive direction.
University of Kentucky students are working to develop a helmet testing method and collect data that will hopefully serve as the start of a crushing-safety standard for equestrian helmets.
While the veterinary profession is struggling to overcome challenges of educational debt, as well as a pandemic, Merck and the Oakwood Foundation remain committed to horse welfare, veterinarians and students.