Oxford’s Mounted Police division has become a staple in the city’s brand while actively protecting the community, and it involves a lot of work.
Emma Kate Thome, member and community service chairman, said the Ole Miss Equestrian Club is a fledging team founded in 2015. Members pay semester dues that barely cover the expenses to and from the stables for horseback riding lessons and competitions at host universities from Mississippi to Georgia.
Salt and pepper hair, crystal blue eyes, and a rugged tanned complexion describe Germantown, Tennessee native, Beanie Cone, a horseback riding instructor at Hunter’s Edge Stables in Memphis, where he teaches riders of all ages and abilities the intricacies of the equestrian sport.
Elijah Coombs Hoddy Toddy email@example.com Lake Weston, an Ole Miss education student, spent part of this year training her horse, Jolly, for the Chula Homa Hunt in Central Mississippi, as well as […]
Taylor Dowden Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org For more than 40 years, the Pontotoc Stockyard has been the go-to place to buy and sell livestock in North Mississippi. Dr. Ron Herndon, a native of Shannon, […]
Dylan Edwards Bio It’s hard to miss a horse walking around downtown Oxford. That’s exactly what the Oxford Police Department is counting on as they patrol. The mounted patrol is frequently deployed […]