Interview with Robin Little

  • Identifier2016oh007
  • Date6/9/2016
  • InterviewerEggett, Kailyn
  • IntervieweeLittle, Robin
  • DescriptionRobin Little, President of the Mountain Pleasure Horse Association, discusses the differences between Rocky Mountain and Mountain Pleasure Horses, and the horse culture that she is proud to have grown up around. Little also comments on her family's 3rd generation horse breeding program, the importance of equine education, the drill team she manages, and the various camps she runs or supports. The camps that are discussed use Mountain Pleasure Horses as therapy animals for those in need. Little also provides details on numerous horse events, including the Breyer Fest, and the Kentucky Horse Park's Parade of Breeds.
  • LocationJeffersonville, KY
  • Duration1:01:40
  • Restrictionsnone
  • RightsContact Special Collections and Archives; Crabbe Library; Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions; rights and permission to publish.
  • IndexerSamantha Macfarlane
  • Funding SourceThe Appalachian Horse Oral History Project interviews and transcriptions were funded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission.


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