Browse Interviews (5 total)

In this followup interview with Vernon Stamper, many of the old mountain sayings about mountain horse are shared. Through his artful use of storytelling, Stamper also shares additional knowledge and perspective on training mountain horses.

Dr. Ron Hatcher and his wife, Elsie discuss their long history with Rocky Mountain horses. Originally residents of Clay County, the Hatchers relocated to the Bowling Green area when Dr. Hatcher began practicing medicine. In their interview, the Hatchers discuss their introduction to the Rocky Mountain Horse breed and the subsequent breeding program…

This interview with Ronnie and Robin Little is a follow-up interview to their 2016 interviews (see 2016 OH 007 & 2016 OH 020 for additional discussions over the development of Mountain Pleasure Horse breed). In this history, many of the same themes of historical importance of the mountain horse are discussed. Robin Little reinforces the fact that…

Brenda Creech provides a beautiful account of how much the mountain horses mean to her and her family. She provides an in-depth discussion over the conformation and disposition qualities of the Rocky Mountain Horses that she and her husband breed. Creech also comments on the sense of pride that she and her horses both display in the show ring. A…

Phyllis and David McGuire share their stories and the knowledge they gained in developing the Rocky Mountain Horse breeding program they began in the early 1990s. Both speak passionately about the persons and old-timers who shared ideas, methods, and perspectives that they integrated into their program. They stress the fact that for people "back…
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