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My Wandering Horse

This story originally appeared in the November 2009 issue of Texas Coop Power Magazine. https://www.texascooppower.com/texas-stories/people/my-wandering-horse In 1998, I moved from north to south Texas, which was somewhat like moving out of the country. I didn’t know many people, and I tried to avoid most of the ones I knew. When I wasn’t at work or … Continue reading

How to Teach a Horse to Swim

There were a few skills that I used to think were important for horses: They needed to walk, trot, lope, and back when I wanted them to. They needed to turn to the cue of the rein or my legs. They needed to be able to stand still. They needed to walk through the canals … Continue reading

My Trouble-Making Horse

Wrangler was my companion before I met my wife. Not having been in South Texas long, I didn’t know many people; all of my family lived in North Texas, and I wasn’t very social anyway. So when I wasn’t teaching agriculture and science at Lytle Middle School in Lytle, southwest of San Antonio, I was … Continue reading

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