“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.
“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.
Kaley is not only a mother, wife, and successful stock contractor, she’s an inspiration. She started this journey on her own and she is killing it, if you can’t find her at a rodeo this summer be sure to check her out on social media @KMH_Bucking_Bulls on instagram or on Facebook.