Author - Laney Snider

Laney grew up in southeast Ohio with two pilot parents, but her passion for horses was apparent early on. She started off her horse career successfully in the pleasure horse show pen before she transitioned to roping. While attending Murray State she competed in team roping and breakaway roping as well as showing on the schools ranch horse team. Even though life doesn’t currently allow for Laney to be competing, she stay’s involved in the rodeo world by working for a stock contractor and growing her herd of corriente cattle. When Laney is not in the back pens at a rodeo she’s working with her husband on their row crop farm and being the head grower at her “mum ranch.”

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