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Whataburger's Whatakid: Trevor Hale

Congratulations to this month’s Whatakid, Trevor Hale! This impressive seventeen-year-old junior from Perryton, TX has taken home win after win and is eager for more. He competes in calf roping, team roping and working cow horse. Trevor rides two different horses. He has had Lippy, his cow horse, for around four years. Lippy and him are the perfect duo as he has won both the Texas State Finals and the World’s Greatest Horseman on her. His roping horse, Hammer, is a newer edition. Trevor has only been riding him for two years but, “I have had a lot of luck with him. We get along really well,” Trevor said. “You can accomplish a lot having connections with your horses. Continuing to better them

Sponsorship Announcement: Lone Star Transmission Joins the THSRA/TJHRA Family

Texas High School and Junior High Rodeo Associations (THSRA/TJHRA) are proud to announce that Lone Star Transmission has joined our sponsorship team and high school rodeo family. For nearly a decade, Lone Star Transmission has been transmitting electricity safely and reliably across Texas helping to power our lives and our economy. "Lone Star Transmission is proud to support the young men and women of the Texas High School and Jr High Rodeo Associations and wants to wish each student the best of luck this year,” said Kelly Wells, Director, Community Relations & Land Strategy. “We are excited to launch a partnership with Lone Star Transmission, they are passionate about supporting our members

McCoy's Farm & Ranch Family: The Kennedys!

McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family - The Kennedy’s | Region 2 Congratulations to McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Month, the Kennedy’s! BJ and Brandi, along with their three kids, Bristan, Brecklyn, and Brolin make up the team at Kennedy Farms near Levelland, Texas. The family has been cotton farming for the past 25 years in West Texas. From planting seed, watering and spraying crops, and harvesting, the family said it is crucial for everyone to do their part in running things. “It’s a constant running from this farm to that farm to make sure everyone has what they need,” Brandi said. “It’s also super important for the kids to do their part in tending to the horses and other animals.” While B

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