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Candy Wilcox (Frankish) grew up in small town Southern Alberta on a dryland wheat farm in Foremost, Alberta. She always had a strong passion for horses and finally got a horse at the young age of 14.  Throughout her life, she had the opportunity to ride with many exceptional horsemen, she worked hard to ride with his many cutting, reining and cow horse trainers as possible and learn along the way.

Candy started barrel racing in high school rodeo and afterwards, was a collegiate rodeo athlete for Olds College in Alberta, Canada. In addition, she compete in the Chinook Rodeo Association and the Canadian Cowboys Association which then grew into the ranks of Canadian Pro Rodeo Association and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association.  During her barrel racing career, one of the most influential horsewomen that she has had the privilege to learn from was Marlene Eddleman Mcrae.

Her strong passion for horses and their health and wellness continued to grow until she made the move to become a equine veterinary technician. After extensive work in the field, she applied to the Pre-Veterinary Degree Program at  Montana State University.  Through working and going to school she quickly learned that most of her equine veterinarian colleagues did not have a happy work-life balance.  It was at this time, that she shifted her focus and made the choice to move to Texas for a full time position helping Lindsey Sears and her accelerating barrel racing operation.

After many years living in the Texas warmth, she returned back to Montana and married Layne Wilcox.  They settled in Twin Bridges, Montana in 2009 and purchased High Tower Ranch, where they currently reside. At High Tower Ranch they operate two successful businesses in addition to Layne’s parent’s booming Bed & Breakfast.  Layne operates a premier back country elk tent camp called Advantage Backcountry Outfitters.

Of course, it is at High Tower Ranch that Candy began RX Equine in 2015 because of her expertise in care, rehab and overall wellness the equine animal. She works extensively with several different veterinarians to provide premier care for your equine, no matter their specific needs.


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