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New Owner of Stewart Thoroughbreds
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Dr. Deanna Jordan says, “I spend my free time either trail riding on my Quarter Horse, Ben, or hiking, jeeping and camping in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado.”
 
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Dr. Deanna Jordan, DVM, purchased the Stewart Thoroughbred property, located on Hwy 165 across from the Hollydot Golf Course. Right now she is still living just south of Colorado City, but hopes one day to be living right there along with her eight horses in her little piece of heaven.

Jordan loves the Valley, the mountains and Stewart Thoroughbred’s property. She is now set up for Cross Creek Equine Veterinary Services and Equine Care at the stables, and is already treating horses where they will be able to stay overnight to be watched closely. She is even willing to sleep outside their stall if need be, which she did recently.

She already has Greenhorn Valley clients, as well as others in Westcliffe, Elizabeth, Parker and Littleton and offers mobile veterinary care. Jordan offers portable digital x-ray as part of her services. She does minor surgery and equine dentistry along with treating lameness and many other equine services.

Dr. Jordan is a native of Dallas/Ft. Worth. She says that as far back as she can remember she knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian, wanted her own pony and wanted to live in Colorado. Her first wish was obtained when, at age five, she was able to purchase her own pony with money that was saved from her allowance. Very soon she learned the art of jumping horses, which she loved to do and continued to do for many years.

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