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Dr. Ragon is originally from Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated from Dartmouth College and received her D.V.M. from The Ohio State University. She completed her residency training in equine theriogenology at Michigan State University.
Dr. Ragon is a member of the American College of Theriogenologists, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Society for Theriogenology, and the American Association of Equine Practitioners.
She has published several articles on equine reproduction, including textbook chapters on the management of twin pregnancy in the mare, and pregnancy termination.
Dr. Ragon and her husband, Perry, (also an equine veterinarian) have three sons: twins, Luke and Cole, are sophomores in college; Clay is a sophomore in high school. The Ragons have a Labrador (Abe), a Jack Russell terrier (Max) and three cats all of which can be seen wandering in and out of the horse barn.
When she’s not busy breeding horses, you can find Dr. Ragon watching college football, high school wrestling or trying to get to the beach—any beach!
Stable and Stallion Manager
Andy, a multi-faceted horse person, is a graduate of the MSU horse management program. He starts young horses for different disciplines, including dressage, hunters and western pleasure. Andy has prepared and successfully presented mares for the Mare Performance Tests. A former manager of an Andalusian breeding farm, Andy is well versed in all phases of breeding management. He enjoys handling the stallions and training young stallions to collect for artificial insemination efficiently and safely.
Andy lives with his wife Kellie and two teenage children. Kellie is a dressage trainer who enjoys teaching and showing. Daughter Hunter likes showing her Paint Horse and son Whyatt is an avid outdoorsman and hunter.
The Harts share their home with two beagles, a yorkie and miniature schnauzer. Horses include two of Kellie’s school horses and a Hanoverian gelding, Benelli.
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