Ambassadors Archive - Vetline Equine


Image of a rider in a horse race at part of the Vetline Equine ambassador program.

Christine Laughlin

My name is Christine Laughlin, I am in my late thirties, and from Pueblo Colorado. My parents are Ron and Patty Laughlin and I have a sister, Tracy Paulsen. I graduated from West Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s in Sports and Exercise Sciences. After graduation, I worked in the home-building industry as a production…

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Cody Cabral

Cody started competing in rodeos in his home state when he was just six or seven years old. His older brother, J.C., was a team roper, so Cody’s rodeo career started there. His father was president of Hawaii Horse Owners Association, and he and his wife Nancy have been involved in rodeos for decades, so…

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Image of Tennessee Lane, Vetline Equine horse care ambassador, riding horse on mountain.

Tennessee Lane

My parents taught me to ride around the time I learned how to walk. We rode both Western and English, from cattle work to fox hunting. My family moved to Kremmling, Colorado in 1989 where my love for horses turned into a love for rodeo, running barrels and poles, as well as other gymkhana classics.…

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Image of Jodi Lynn Colton, Vetline Equine ambassador, horse racing.

Jodi Lynn Colton

I grew up with a single mother in a tough financial situation. My mother knew nothing about horses, but I had the passion for them my whole life. I was able to learn to ride by working at English barns in southern Florida to pay for my lessons. As I got older, I groomed, schooled,…

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Christoph Schork

Christoph Schork is the owner and manager of Global Endurance Training Center in Moab, Utah. He has been competing in Endurance races all over the world, from the USA to Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia. During the last 30 years competing, Christoph learned to evaluate supplements and can differentiate between what works and what doesn’t. Christoph…

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Shelby Bates

My name is Shelby Bates, I am currently 21 years old and a cardholder in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. I graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelors of Science in Agribusiness Economics & Management this May in a total of three years so that I could begin competing full time in professional…

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