Belk transitions into the new leadership role July 1.
CSU Equine Sciences alumna Cayla Stone will head to Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 14-16 for the 2017 Player’s Choice Extreme Mustang Makeover, to compete for $100,000 in prize money.
This year, under the guidance of the Legends of Ranching Program Director Dr. David J. Denniston, 31 horse training students, six sales preparation students, eight student teaching assistants, and numerous student volunteers put together a record-breaking sale.
CSU’s equine sciences program is known as one of the best in the country, and that reputation is what drew Angela Fox to CSU.
As the Legends of Ranching Performance Horse Sale approaches this Saturday, April 22, David Denniston is still marveling at the remarkable support one hat brought at last year’s auction.
Vaughn and Jill Cook, the former owners of Royal Vista Equine, Inc., received the 2016 Livestock Leader Award in recognition of their leadership in the field of equine reproduction and their commitment to hiring CSU graduates.
The 11th Annual Legends of Ranching Performance Horse scheduled for April 23 at the B.W. Pickett Equine Center on CSU’s Foothills Campus.