Manage episode 245705962 series 2425497
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This episode of MwH is with newly minted 3x NFR Qualifier, Cheyenne Wimberly. Prior to this season, this lifelong cowgirl from the Lone Star State, last qualified for the world’s richest rodeo in 1998. 21 years, dozens of horses, and hundreds of life experiences later, she’s right back at the top of the sport that she’s always been in love with. A talented horsewoman from a race horse and rodeo family, Cheyenne will be leaning on a ton of experience heading into this year’s finals. She’ll also be heading west to the Thomas and Mack with quite a nice set of ponies. Cheyenne, a fantastic horse trainer in her own right, will be taking a horse she trained herself along with a superstar set of futurity and derby champions trained by some of the top trainers in the sport; Brandon Cullins, Jolene Montgomery, and Lance Graves. We discuss all that and more over the course of this insightful conversation. She’s sure to excite and be a force under the bright lights of rodeo’s biggest stage.
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