Interview with Doug Pugh


  • Identifier: 2016oh013
  • Date: 7/6/2016
  • Interviewer: McSpirit, Stephanie
  • Interviewee: Pugh, Doug
  • Description: Doug Pugh shares his extensive memories of horses, including some horse show experiences, and the important role that horses have played in the community through time, which have included, amongst many things, Horse Show fundraising benefits for the community. Pugh also comments extensively on the importance of preserving breeding histories, the Mountain Horse four-beat gait, and the history and horsemanship practices that have shaped the various Mountain Horse lines. Pugh also concluded that as the Mountain and Rocky Mountain Horses spread internationally these important techniques, stories and bloodline histories must travel with them.
  • Location: Bowling Green, KY
  • Duration: 1:34:52
  • Time Summary:
  • Restrictions: none
  • Rights: Contact Special Collections and Archives; Crabbe Library; Eastern Kentucky University for reproductions; rights and permission to publish.
  • Indexer: Samantha Macfarlane
  • Funding Source: The Appalachian Horse Oral History Project interviews and transcriptions were funded by the Kentucky Oral History Commission.


Citation

“Interview with Doug Pugh,” William H. Berge Oral History Center, accessed July 13, 2020, https://oralhistory.eku.edu/items/show/7863.