Alfred-Washburn Center
The Alfred-Washburn Center serves the homeless in Pensacola. This article is posted here with permission from Pensacola Magazine (www.pensacolamagazine.com)

Barbed Wire Challenge
A horse arrives at the Lee Veterinary Clinic with significant tissue death in his foot after becoming entangled in barbed wire. The veterinarian-farrier team of Dr. Hank Lee and Certified Journeyman Farrier Jim LaClaire find a creative solution to save the horse.

Battling Back
This is a story about a remarkable man and his equally wonderful horse who both suffered potentially devastating injuries to return not only to competitive barrel racing, but more importantly, to their volunteer work for children with Cerebral Palsy. This article is posted with permission from the Paint Horse Journal (painthorsejournal.com)

Circle Oak Equine
My images were used in this article by Kimberly Miller in Riding Magazine. All but two are mine. The horse in the Hydrohorse and the one in the Cold Spa were shot by another photographer. This was the result of my first big photo assignment.

Impact 100 2008
Impact 100 is the largest charitable organization in the Pensacola Area, providing grants of over $100,000 to local non-profit organizations. This article is posted here with permission from Pensacola Magazine (www.pensacolamagazine.com)

Pyramid Inc.
Pyramid Inc. is a very special school using art and music therapy to work wonders with adults with a variety of disabilities. This article is posted here with permission from Pensacola Magazine (www.pensacolamagazine.com)

Saving Dusty
This is the first of a series of articles that have emerged from my weekly visits to the Lee Veterinary Clinic in Atmore, Alabama. A very special veterinarian-farrier team develops innovative solutions for lameness in horses. This article is posted with permission from American Farriers Journal (www.americanfarriers.com)

Team Approach Salvages Horse's Breeding Career
This is the version of the Twister story published for professional farriers in the September-October edition of American Farriers Journal (www.americanfarriers.com).

Twist of Fate
The owners of a gorgeous stallion are told that their horse should be euthanized, so they seek help from an innovative veterian-farrier team to rescue their horse. This article is posted with permission from the Paint Horse Journal (painthorsejournal.com).
 

 
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