By Caroline Green It all started many years ago with the intention of buying two horses to trail ride.  But as I’m writing these words, I’m staring out of our window and looking at my 11 Rockies grazing happily in our fields.  My husband, Paul Robard...

The first RMHA Examiner clinics conducted outside the United States were held in The Netherlands May 2012.  To accommodate the number of attendees, two clinics were held, May 11th and May 18th.  Petra van den Berg spent many hours planning and preparing for the clinics...

The Importance of Type in Rocky Mountain Horses D. Phillip Sponenberg, DVM, PhD "Type" is a difficult concept to define, but is an absolutely vital one when talking about breeds of livestock. One definition of type is the conformational peculiarities that separate one breed from another. It...

February 13, 2001 I've talked to this group on several occasions, and I've always found the most productive thing was to just give a few introductory remarks, and then to open the floor for questions. The kind of things Iêm used to talking about are generally...

An Interview with Dr. Gus Cothran August 26, 1998 (Revised December 15, 2000) Steve Autry It has been over 14 years since the establishment of Rocky Mountain Horse Association. During that time many new members have joined the RMHA. Interest in understanding the history of the Rocky Mountain...