Willcock family showcases history of horses in unique collection

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Stockham natives shares love of all things equine

  • Elvera and Dwight Willcock stand with his favorite saddle among his collection. This saddle was a gift from his uncle and was used until they sold their last working horse. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    Elvera and Dwight Willcock stand with his favorite saddle among his collection. This saddle was a gift from his uncle and was used until they sold their last working horse. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
  • Dwight Willcock showcases one of many styles of spurs that he has collected over the years. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    Dwight Willcock showcases one of many styles of spurs that he has collected over the years. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
  • Displayed on the wall of Elvera and Dwight Willcock’s home is a harness that was used by his father on their family farm. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    Displayed on the wall of Elvera and Dwight Willcock’s home is a harness that was used by his father on their family farm. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
Some people would say their passion is in their blood, and for Dwight Willcock, his love of horses has been running strong through his veins for generations. From utilizing horses for work to owning them for pleasure, Dwight’s passion has most recently transformed into an extensive tack collection. “I’m on the tail end of using horses,” he explained. “We used them for stacking hay and that was…

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