THE REMOUNT STORY
The founders of Remount have a long history of involvement in the professional rodeo, performance horse and ranch horse worlds.
Jerry Miller, CEO of REMOUNT, grew up in Wyoming where he ranched and cowboyed before joining the US Navy.
Dave Eyler, COO, ranched and cowboyed in eastern Oregon. Utilizing his saddlebronc riding skills to obtain a college scholarship, he went on to become a well-respected teacher in Vale, OR.
Matt Cobb, CMO, is a well-respected horse trainer and trader in the Northwest and former team roper.
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Pulling on their ranching, horsemanship and military backgrounds REMOUNT was born. A little history behind the name REMOUNT.... A part of the Quartermaster Corps, the U.S. Army Remount Service provided horses (and later mules and dogs) as remounts to U.S. Army units. Evolving from both the Remount Service of the Quartermaster Corps and a general horse-breeding program under the control of the Department of Agriculture, the Remount Service began systematically breeding horses for the United States Cavalry in 1918. It remained in operation until 1948, when all animal-breeding programs returned to Department of Agriculture control.