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This episode of Married With Horses is with barrel racer, Angela Festervan. Angela is one of our MOST favorite people in the world of barrel racing. She’s intelligent, thoughtful, and one of the funniest people we know. Her sense of humor is certainly what drew us to her. She always seems to be right on time with a wise crack that leaves us in stitches. Her social media is always good for some entertainment. On top of having a fantastic attitude and personality, Angela works and has worked in many various aspects of the horse world. She wasn’t your typical lifelong cowgirl who was born into the business, but since she’s found her love for horses, she’s been involved in many different disciplines and was also trained as a farrier. During this conversation we talk about her story with horses, discuss horses feet and dealing with your farrier, and we also talk in-depth about the upcoming futurity season, BBR Futurity in OKC and juvenile schedule. It was an interesting chat that we hope you all enjoy!
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- Wichita Falls, Texas: October 25-27, 2019