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  •  August 19, 2014

    “Helmets aren’t only for girls!” Guest Post by Rachel Gagliardi

    Troxel Athlete, Rachel Gagliardi is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Youth Rodeo Association, competing with the Champion Barrel Racing Team and Reserve Champions in Pole Bending, Breakaway Roping, and Goat Tying. She has been riding horses since the age of eight and loves everything about rodeo competition. Here, Rachel shares her thoughts on the importance of wearing a helmet, regardless...

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  •  August 15, 2014

    "I've Never Seen a Stubborn Mule" Guest Post by Steve Edwards

    Troxel Athlete, Steve Edwards has been training mules and donkeys for over 30 years. He and his wife, Susan, operate the Queen Valley Mule Ranch in Queen Valley, AZ, where they offer clinics on understanding and training mules, donkeys, and their owners. Steve also sells his own custom line of mule and donkey-friendly saddles and tack which he has used...

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  •  July 25, 2014

    Tough Enough To Wear Troxel: Guest Post by Rachel Gagliardi

    Troxel Athlete, Rachel Gagliardi is a member of the Central Pennsylvania Youth Rodeo Association, competing with the Champion Barrel Racing Team and Reserve Champions in Pole Bending, Breakaway Roping, and Goat Tying. She has been riding horses since the age of eight and loves everything about rodeo competition. Here, Rachel shares why she chooses to wear a helmet in a...

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  •  June 20, 2014

    Why I Wear a Helmet: Guest post by Julie Goodnight

    Horse Master Julie Goodnight has more than a quarter-century of horse training experience. Her varied background ranges from dressage and jumping to racing, reining, colt-starting, and wilderness riding. She teaches "Classic Skills for a Natural Ride" and travels coast-to-coast and beyond to film her television show, Horse Master, as well as to appear at horse expos, conferences and clinics. Her...

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  •  February 25, 2014

    Life Is All About Range: Guest Post by Author, Jane Pastore Coleman

    Jane Pastore Coleman began writing her new book, Life is All About the Range, as a personal memoir after meeting her future husband, Bob, in a sushi restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the changes that relationship brought into her life. A lifelong city girl, she became a country girl when she moved to a horse farm in Kentucky with her...

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