Bob Griswold

Bob Griswold lives in Geary, Okla..  Bob’s introduction to horses came at age 10 when he started riding calves in rodeo.  In college, he was a member of the national championship rodeo teams at Southwestern Oklahoma State in 1991 and 1992.  Since 1992, Bob has competed professionally including participating three times in the National Finals Rodeo, the premier championship rodeo event in the United States.

At the age of 12, Bob started learning the basics of farriery from his father and worked with him throughout high school.  In 1990, Bob completed a nine-month farriery program at Walla Walla Community College in Washington State.   Bob has shoed over 10,000 horses.

Bob graduated from the Academy of Equine Dentistry in Glenns Ferry, Idaho in November 2002.  Since 2002, Bob has performed floating and other basic dental procedures on 6,000 horses without injuring a horse.

  • April 23, 2008    |   Economic Liberty

    Texas Equine Dentistry (2nd Challenge)

    A Second Challenge to Texas’ Elitist Veterinary Cartel

    Independent and self-reliant Texans have been taking care of their horses for a long time without unnecessary government meddling.  But bureaucrats in Austin have concocted a monopolistic licensing scheme that has been well-documented by national outlets such as The Economist as nothing more than an attempt to protect a cartel of state-licensed veterinarians by putting Texas entrepreneurs…

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