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Kristi knows how to perfectly capture all things country…… afterall, it’s the life she lives with her husband, Zach, and four children every day. A typical afternoon at the Bracewell’s includes working cattle, tying goats, and a friendly – but very competitive- roping match between siblings. On a great day, the kids get to load up with their PaPa and go to the sale barn.
All those cute animals you see are part of the Bracewell family. (They may or may not have all been granted access inside their home occasionally!) Much loved goat, Fast Money, is always around as they learn to rope and tie better but also practice their pasture cowboyin’ ways with their Ranchin’ Rig . Stud Muffin and Independence are the perfect ponies to rope, ride, and tie goats on when they have some free time. And last, but not least, is Tricky. Tricky is the resident heifer that is pretty much worthless other than being extremely lovable and taking up space on the porch.
These cowboys love hauling, sorting, and trailer training their animals with their Ranchin’ Rigs.
The cowboys day workin’ in the pictures are two the youngest Bracewells, Dash and Boone, along with their partner in crime and friend, Hudson who is from Grapeland. Hudson is a wild ranch rodeo cowboy on his days off from day workin. The older Bracewell kiddos, Kene and Blyss, are not pictured as they are too busy penning another set of cattle.
To see more hand-crafted Ranchin’ Rigs from Crockett, Texas as well ashow to purchase one, find them on Facebook at Ranchin’ Rigs by Cowboy Trailer Sales or contact the designer & co-owner Holly Holsey at 936-204-7777
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