Married With Horses
Jackie and Lane Jatzlau
Welcome to Married With Horses!This is a podcast hosted by Jackie and Lane Jatzlau. Jackie (formally Jackie Dube) is a professional barrel racer and horse trainer. Her husband, Lane, owns a construction company and is a professional barrel racer's husband. Together they raise 2 kids, 6 dogs, and herd of horses on their ranch in Central Texas. This podcast is meant to be both entertaining and informative. Jackie and Lane will discuss their day to day happenings and all that goes on in their rarely-noneventful lives. Jackie gives horse tips and discusses barrel racing. Lane pretends he knows what she’s talking about. So if that’s your thing, you’ll have a lot to hear here.
MwH 059: Sean Sweeney, Crossfit Cowboy
We’re really pumped to have had the chance to talk with one of the fittest men on the face of the planet, Sean Sweeney, the Crossfit Cowboy. Sean, from Fallon, Nevada, is a 2x competitor at the Crossfit Games, a Crossfit Games regional champ, grew up team roping and ranching, a US Navy Veteran, and just an overall good dude. A couple of weeks ago in Cape Town, South Africa, Sean won “The Fittest In Cape Town” Crossfit “Sanctional” event to qualify him for the 2019 CrossFit games.I.
MwH 058: Amberley Snyder
This episode of Married With Horses is with the incomparable Amberley Snyder. Amberley is just an amazing person with a unique, sometimes difficult, but certainly inspiring story. Amberley is a barrel racer that was in a truck accident in January of 2010 which left her paralyzed from the waste down. This was just the beginning of her story that has now been turned into a movie called: “Walk. Ride. Rodeo.” It will released March 8 on Netflix. Be sure to check it out! We hope you enjoy this one!
MwH 057: Rodeo Road with Taci Bettis
This episode of MWH is a unique one. Jackie took our mobile recorder while hauling between Texas and Jackson, Mississippi. She hauled with her good friend and fellow pro barrel racer, Taci Bettis. While heading back to Texas from the Dixie National Stock Show and Rodeo in Jackson, the pulled out the recorder, sat it on the console, and recorded a little over an hour of their conversation in the truck.
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