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That Western Lifestyle

The western lifestyle is quickly becoming prevalent in houses that dwell rurally and in urban neighborhoods! Join in the culture of fashion, home decor, jewelry, and more that is the western lifestyle!

Podcast Episode 15: Sarah DeNunzio & American Family Feed

Sarah DeNunzio is one of the co-founders of American Family Feed - a low carb horse feed that is helping horses perform at the top of their game, maintaining conditioning and overall health, as well as saving horse owners money. Sarah also tells us about her battle with a terrible disease and a humorous recount of how she became involved in a real life, MTV-worthy CATFISH!

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Podcast Episode 14: Justin Jones & Cowboy 911

Episode 14 of the That Western Life podcast features reined cow horse trainer Justin Jones. In this episode we laugh about his debut in the Bikini Barrel Race, training spayed mustangs for the RFD-TV competition, the art of training horses and the people that ride them and the Facebook page that he started that is changing live: Cowboy 911. Created to help those in the horse community survive anything from horrific wildfires, natural disasters and wrecks, to assisting those stranded on the highway with a flat tire. The horse community comes in clutch through the Cowboy 911 team!

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Podcast Episode 13: Angela Meyer & Dean Marten

She's a singer-songwriter and he's a bull fighter. They met in high school over bad horses he tried to sell her as a kid but that didn't stop these two from creating a fun and exciting relationship! Join us as we bring our first couple onto the podcast, Angela Meyer and Dean Marten. Angela shares her songwriting journey with us, while Dean blames his brothers bad bullring for getting him into professional bullfighting and bull stock contractor.

Join us in Episode 13 of the That Western Life podcast!

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Tara Trask - Fashion Designer & Podcaster

A background on cattle ranches led Tara Trask through her western lifestyle roots as first a rodeo queen and then a communications specialist in the western lifestyle. This former Miss Rodeo South Dakota, she is thankful for the opportunities presented to her from her families Quarter Horse ranch to her education at South Dakota State University. She’s now an avid western fashionista, designs her own fashion line, produces her own western fashion podcast, and also produces a few other podcasts along the way!

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Boot Barn's Brittney Phillips; Mullets should stay in the eighties!

A former Miss Rodeo California who placed in the top 10 at Miss Rodeo America, Brittney Phillips is the sponsorship coordinator for Boot Barn. We are excited to showcase Brittney’s ability to capitalize on opportunities to move her through her career trajectory with the success she has had, as well as a little bit more insight on the world of sponsorship for both contestants and rodeo committees, as well as the current influencer market.

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Podcast Episode 3: Monthly Installments with JJ Harrison

He’s the fat suit dancing, funny man who can also fly a plane and teach a science class, a former National Finals barrelman, from the place so nice they say it twice, Walla Walla, Washington, he’s the man with the can: JJ Harrison! Joining for the first of many of his monthly installments, JJ Harrison breaks down what it’s like to be a barrel man and how he became one himself!

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A "Relapse" For The Positive

Relapse is defined as the deterioration back to addiction after a period of improvement, but what is “improvement?” A subjective term to the viewer, listener and proclaimer. Modern country music has found itself “improving” with a deep bass, vocal alterations, and a hip hop undercurrent; a style that country crooner James Carothers of Nashville, Tennessee found himself trying to imitate before he hit his relapse. A relapse back into the old school country sounds of Waylon Jennings, George Jones, and Johnny Cash. A relapse back to an album, fittingly called, “Relapse.” This is James Carothers and this is his addiction to true country music.

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Top Northwest Christian School Opens New Agricultural Department; Providing Opportunities for Professors and Students Alike

It should be no surprise that Corban University, rated as one of the top private universities in the Pacific Northwest, would look to new opportunities to grow the first class experiences that they provide to young men and women from all over the region.  What is a surprise is that Corban University is one of two private Christian schools west of the Rockies that are introducing an Agricultural portion to their academic regimen.

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Big Place, Many People; Getting to know your veterinarian office staff

“Welcome, how can we help you?” This is a greeting you’ll hear from behind the front desk of your veterinary office. That voice could belong to any of the veterinary hospital staff. An average veterinary facility will have at least one person in the following roles: Receptionist, Veterinary
Assistant/ Veterinary Technician, Kennel Staff, Office Manager, and Doctors.

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A Ride of Fifty Lifetimes featuring Miss Rodeo North Carolina & Miss Rodeo Wisconsin

Over the course of the next few months Nicki Moody carefully constructed a plan. She decided to call it the “50 Pink Horses October Challenge.”  Partnering with not only the Tough Enough to Wear Pink Foundation but also the Pretty in Pink Foundation, which started in her home state of North Carolina, Nicki chose to serve others. Instead of simply preparing for the horsemanship portion of Miss Rodeo America, she insisted on using her time, energy and influence to raise money and awareness for women who had been affected by breast cancer.

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