I’ve been following the rehabilitation of Trey Schwab, a top AQHA youth competitor who was suffered a traumatic brain injury in a truck and trailer accident last spring. The Schwab family is from Ohio, where I spent four years in college rodeoing and barrel racing, and I’d seen the family at shows for years.

I’m now thrilled to report that Trey is back in the saddle, riding by himself for the first time. Check out this amazing video, and to read more about the journey Trey and his family have been on, click here.

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