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Whataburger's Whatakid: Where Are They Now?

Over their years as a sponsor of the Texas High School Rodeo Association, Whataburger has featured many promising Whatakids. Looking back on the 2010 Whatakids of the Year, Rachel Rule and Bryce Barney, Whataburger wondered “where are they now?” The folks at Whataburger caught up with the two winners to find out what they’re up to seven years later. Rachel Rule (2010 Whatakid of the Year) Rachel Rule has always loved rodeo. If the name sounds familiar, it may be because the 2010 Whatakid of the Year has been competing in the professional rodeo arena and continues to reach new heights, thanks to the lessons she learned through Texas High School Rodeo Association (THSRA). Born and raised in Bl

McCoy's Farm & Ranch Family of the Year: the Smith Family

We would like to congratulate the Smith Family as Region VIII's McCoy Farm and Ranch Family,. Brandon, Marie, Emma and Aydan epitomize a true Texas Ranch Family. Born into multigenerational ranching families, both Brandon and Marie are now creating their own unique ranching legacy to pass on to their children. They have not only committed their life’s work to protecting and preserving this way of life for their family, but also are advancing and innovating to create new opportunities for future generations. Along the way, they have generously welcomed numerous families onto their operation to experience ranch life, share their love of horses and support the sport of youth rodeo. Brandon, a

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