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. Mohney served as a captain in the Army Veterinary Corps during World War II. He trained Belgian draft horses and was a member of the Kansas VMA and Pratt Saddle Club. Dr. Mohney was also a member of the Pratt Rotary Club and was active with the Boy Scouts

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percent are boarding, training, or riding facilities. Breeding operations accounted for 2 percent. Most horses inventoried were light horses (216,300), followed by donkeys and mules (14,000), ponies (7,000), and draft horses (5,100). Thoroughbreds

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the pandemic. “When the country closed for quarantine, it was obvious the industry was going to have to figure something out for lesson horses, pets, draft horses for pulling, and other working equines,” Stearns said. Stearns and Harkins are both

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State ‘64), 80, Escondido, California, died Jan. 30, 2019. A mixed animal veterinarian, he owned Oceanside Veterinary Hospital in Oceanside, California, for almost 40 years prior to retirement. Dr. Brust also bred, trained, and showed Clydesdale draft

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Potsdam, from 1980 until retirement. Earlier, Dr. Smith worked with his father, the late Dr. Edwin B. Smith (Cornell ‘43), in Canton, New York. During his career, he also raised and showed Belgian draft horses. Dr. Smith is survived by his wife, Claudine

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). The highest percentage of draft horses was in the Northeast region (15.2 percent of resident horses), and the highest percentage of Tennessee Walkers was in the Southeast region (15.1 percent). • Pleasure was the primary use for resident equids at 47

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, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., died Oct. 9, 2008. He was the founder of Burnt Hills Veterinary Hospital, a mixed animal practice in Burnt Hills, N.Y. Dr. Garrison also farmed and raised Belgian draft horses. He was a past president of the New York State VMS and a

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