Left leaning organizations seek to ban Rodeo and Bull Riding events, a Georgia United States Senate candidate plans to push back
Reagan Box, a Georgia US Senate Candidate for the 2026 cycle interviews with Stan Fitzgerald president of Veterans for Trump and founding partner of Legacy PAC.
Box who is a horse trainer, and award-winning rider, has a traditionally full conservative platform but focused on farming and animal issues In the interview on the Vet Voice with Veterans for Trump's Stan Fitzgerald. According to Box California, in some areas, has passed legislation banning rodeos and numerous left wing activist groups have taken the fight to ban Rodeo's and PBR events across the country. Box being involved in the industry plans on pushing back with facts during her candidacy and working with the Professional Bull Riders association to prevent any further bans of the sport.
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From Cutting Horse Training online (2018) :
Reagan Box grew up in the city where horses weren't a part of life for her and her family.
She later found herself breaking colts in Northern Georgia. At that time, Reagan was specializing in problem horses. After a few cutting bred horses came her way, she fell in love with the industry because their quality.
Her passion for horses and cow work brought her to Texas. She worked under a few trainers and then went out on her own.
Reagan was working for a trainer that had a horse they didn't think was going to make the cut in the show pen. They told Reagan they were going to sell her for $500. She asked them if they would let her try to get her through a few runs before they completely gave up on her. Little did she know this horse would provide her with her most memorable moment in the show pen. Reagan took Quiejannas Winning Streak to Sweetwater, Texas and marked a 75.
Her plans are to keep improving as a trainer with hopes of becoming one of the top trainers in the industry.
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