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For Oklahoma saddle maker, COVID response may be worse than broken neck


March 29, 2020

Clinton “Doc” Hole, owner of C Bar H Saddlery in Yukon, first opened his custom saddle-making business in 2009. That same year, he was in a traumatic horse accident that left him with a broken neck and head injuries that required surgery and months of physical therapy. In 2013, a tornado hit his home as he was in the process of purchasing it and the surrounding land.

Through it all, Hole was able to keep his business open and survive financially. But he said the government-ordered closure of businesses across Oklahoma in response to COVID-19/coronavirus may do what a broken neck and tor...

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