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Professor Wood and Graduate Student

Grant Awarded

Horses and Humans Research Foundation awarded a $50,000 grant to the Temple Grandin Equine Center to research the efficacy of a Manualized Equine-assisted Occupational Therapy Intervention for Children with Autism! A huge CONGRATULATIONS to Drs. Wendy Wood and Caiti Peters for receiving this incredible grant!

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Equine Connection

Check out March’s edition of the Equine Connection brought to you by our very own CSU Equine Science Stewards! This edition features details from the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, our awesome week with Julie Goodnight, the annual tour of Miller International, and much more!

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The Equine Experience

Check out this great article about our upcoming Legends of Ranching Performance Horse Sale featured in the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse magazine! It provides a great overview of the events, including information about the Wagonhound Student Competition and the Futurity/ Maturity Show!




Serriby is an Arabian cross with a kind personality who is very eager to please. At 17 years old, she’s an athletic, attractive mover who is sure to draw attention! She has done it all while at CSU from the trails to the arena and is looking forward to continuing her education with a new partner.  UPDATE: SERRIBLY HAS BEEN ADOPTED!  CONGRATULATIONS!!

For Adoption!

McAllister is a 16 year old thoroughbred gelding with a kind and gentle disposition.  He is easy and calm to handle on the ground and quiet under saddle. This gentleman would make a great dressage prospect or all around type horse for a confident rider looking to gain training experience.  Email the Temple Grandin Equine Center for more information.

For Adoption!

Claire is a confident, independent mare who is a joy to take out on the trails! She is 14 years old and has had a lot of training under saddle. This sturdy paint is perfect to swing a rope off of, lead a group on the trail, move cows, and enjoy as a family horse. She would make a great mount for an intermediate ride!Email the Temple Grandin Equine Center for more information.