Board Member
Class #305

Britton has been employed by Lazy E Ranch for the past 16 years, taking on the roles of Sales Manager and Internship Coordinator for the organization during his employment. Today he helps breed, raise and sell racing quarter horses for the public in one of the larger commercial equine facilities in the United States. His connection to Lazy E materialized while working in horse sales during his early years of college attending Oklahoma State University. In 2001, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Economics from OSU and thereafter began his full time employment with the ranch.


Britton resides in Guthrie, Oklahoma with his wife Milli (Class 331) and two daughters, Peyton & Kinley. He passionately served his 305 class as the LGL, graduating as the recipient of the Dr. Joe McGraw award. In the last two years he has served the LGL group as a member of the LGL Council, and he and Milli continue to volunteer both inside and outside of the training rooms.