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Host Cassidy Teague with guest Jill Lane Part 2 of Building a Breeding Business

Mares or stallions? Which is more important for successful breeding? Do you know the top three criteria for successful breeding? Jill Lane offers her unique perspective from a life time of experience and sound practices. Don’t miss this episode.

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Cassidy Teague Interviews Jill Lane

Cassidy Teague reveals the ups and downs of the breeding business with guest Jill Lane.  Both share stories and inside advice on what it takes to become a successful barrel racing breeder.

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Sharin Hall with guest Kappy Allen

Sharin talks to Kappy Allen about her run for TX Circuit Director and what she thinks about limited entries, approving rodeos and creating as much opportunities as possible for WPRA members.

Sharin Hall interviews Driven PCR

Sharin interviews Sean & Levi at Driven PCR

Sean and Levi manufacture their own CBD formula to help their battered bull riding bodies, as well as their horses. They share their journey, trials and successes with this growing product’s popularity.

Sharin Hall with guest Andrea Cline

Andrea Cline is Sharin Hall’s guest this week

 A fascinating story of how Andrea overcame a traumatic brain injury training barrel horses and made it back to the winners circle, while still fighting through challenges from the injury.

Sharon Hall interviews Brandon Wilson

Sharin Hall With Guest Brandon Wilson, Rancher

Brandon Wilson shares his experience with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in an amazing story of faith, recovery, and family. Share this one with your friends.

Sharin Hall Interviews Craig Brooks

Craig Brooks gets real about the barrel horse industry and shares some insight into his training with host Sharin Hall.

Sharin Hall with Molli Montgomery

Sharin Hall Interview With Molli Montgomery

Sharin Hall talks with Molli Montgomery at the BFA World Finals in Guthrie, OK where Molli discusses both her successes and failures not only with her horses but with life. She tells Sharin, “I never forget where I came from.”