About Bronc Riding Nation
Bronc Riding Nation
Frequently Asked Questions
You’ve supported injured riders like JR Vezain, helped change rules at the Jr. High School Rodeo Association level to encourage more contestants starting their careers. You’ve assisted amazing organizations like the Junior Roughstock Association, the program building bareback and bronc riding athletes and outstanding youth ambassadors.
You’ve helped promote the intelligent, ethical Bucking Horse Breeder’s Association, our own DNA-based registry. You’ve been involved in the promotion of the Lady Bronc Riders making a comeback at high profile rodeos. You’ve assisted filmmakers and documentarians in their quests to tell the story of the histories of the bucking horse.
- In a long overdue answer to PETAs 25 year old custom of inserting free, kid-friendly propaganda in schools, we have a book ready to publish about bucking horse life to be placed FREE in all public schools. AIR – The Real Lives of Horses Born to Buck is stacked with the amazing images of life on the road, at work and the vast, open ranges that our horses call home. It features stories from every horse culture and region that supports these free-living, naturally performing, beloved and well cared for horse and is written to resonate with the young reader.
- Preaching to the choir is fun, but won’t gain the new fan base needed to keep our community strong. With that in mind, BRN is well into planning and production for a beautiful piece of short film to provide FREE to broadcast news outlets for use when their local rodeos come to town. Accompanied by help in directing media outlets to bucking horse riders, owners and fans with great stories for hard hitting interviews, this will help create interest among new and younger demographics and get more intelligent, wider exposure for the truth about our way of life.