Dr. Clayton McCook is a native Texan and grew up near Fort Worth. He went to high school in the small northeastern New Mexico town of Springer, where his family operated a small organic farm. Dr. McCook has a BS in Biology from Texas Christian University, a BA in Spanish from the University of Texas-Arlington, and a MS in Animal Science from the University of Connecticut. He received his DVM from Texas A&M University in 2009.

 

He then completed a racetrack internship with Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery (ESMS), headquartered in Weatherford, TX, in 2010. Dr McCook stayed on as an associate with ESMS and worked the New Mexico racetrack circuit for a year before transferring to the ESMS Oklahoma division in 2011. He currently works the Quarter Horse meets at Remington Park in Oklahoma City and Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico, and also works part time at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore.

 

Dr. McCook lives in Edmond with his wife Cindy and his daughters Lily and Olivia, ages 10 and 8. In his spare time Dr. McCook volunteers with the Oklahoma Large Animal First Responders (OLAFR), a nonprofit large animal disaster response organization he helped form in 2013 following the devastating tornadoes that affected the Oklahoma City area.

Dr McCook is a native Texan and grew up near Fort Worth. He went to high school in the small northeastern New Mexico town of Springer, where his family operated a small organic farm. Dr. McCook has a BS in Biology from Texas Christian University, a BA in Spanish from the University of Texas-Arlington, and a MS in Animal Science from the University of Connecticut. He received his DVM from Texas A&M University in 2009 and then completed a racetrack internship with Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery (ESMS), headquartered in Weatherford, TX, in 2010. Dr McCook stayed on as an associate with ESMS and worked the New Mexico racetrack circuit for a year before transferring to the ESMS Oklahoma division in 2011. He currently works the Quarter Horse meets at Remington Park in Oklahoma City and Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico, and also works part time at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore. Dr. McCook lives in Edmond with his wife Cindy and his daughters Lily and Olivia, ages 10 and 8. In his spare time Dr. McCook volunteers with the Oklahoma Large Animal First Responders (OLAFR), a nonprofit large animal disaster response organization he helped form in 2013 following the devastating tornadoes that affected the Oklahoma City area.

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