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Kimes Ranch Jeans Feature: Abbie Hampton

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Kimes Ranch Jeans Feature: Abbie Hampton

“To be able to rope for this kind of money is surreal and is a dream come true,” she said. “I never thought in a million years we would rope for this kind of money in these kinds of atmospheres.”


From the Archives: Fallon Wentz

From the Archives: Fallon Wentz
“I didn’t realize I had such a deep passion for our bulls until I started going to more barrel races. There were times when I would go to a race, while my dad and my brother, Wyatt, went to a bull riding. It was then that I realized I would much rather be in their rig headed to watch our bulls perform, rather than competing at a race,” she said.

From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

From the Archives: Kelsey Temmen

“I begged my parents for a horse since I was old enough to talk. My dad finally caved when I was 11 and purchased me a broodmare and 3-day-old foal. That foal is now one of my trick riding horses that I did all of the training on,” she said.


Staying Focused on Your Goals

Staying Focused on Your Goals

Do you ever find yourself slacking on your goals or not feeling motivated enough to work towards them? You realize the importance of them and the value you place on them, but you just cannot stay focused. Here are some simple ways to stay focused on your goals!


    Inspiring Books for Cowgirls

    Inspiring Books for Cowgirls

    When I am not on a horse, working or going to school, my life is surrounded by books. They are the best companion for long road trips to rodeos or to read while on the trail. They travel with you everywhere and never need an internet connection. I have created a list of inspiring books for cowgirls to read on your drive to your next rodeo.

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