Mother/Daughter Team Organizes Seventh Gelding Clinic

Operation Gelding clinic organizers Lacey Edge and Kaye Garrison have gelded 100 stallions.
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Operation Gelding clinic organizers Lacey Edge and Kaye Garrison have gelded 100 stallions through the Unwanted Horse Coalition’s (UHC) Operation Gelding program.

Garrison and daughter Edge have been organizing clinics since the program began in 2010. Edge, who was 13 years old at the time, learned about the program after conducting research for a school project. This year, she returned from West Texas A&M University to continue the tradition.

A 2-year-old colt, Crash, named for breaking through several fences when he was only a few weeks old, was the 100th stallion to be gelded.

Ten volunteers, including local Flower Mound, Texas, veterinarian C.G. Freeny, DVM, gave a total of 116 hours to plan and conduct the clinic

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The Unwanted Horse Coalition represents a broad alliance of equine organizations that have joined together to educate the horse industry about the unwanted horse issue.

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