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An Update on Production. Covid still seems to be wreaking havoc on our economy.  We are currently being dramatically impacted by the workforce shortage.  Finding willing and capable folks to run our machines is currently proving very difficult.  In fact,...
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To barrel racers young and old, there’s no one more deserving of the title of “living legend” than Martha Josey of Karnack, Texas. Her storied history as a cowgirl stretches all the way back to the 1960s, when she and her first horse, Cebe Reed, launched their careers by winning seven horse trailers and 52 barrel races in a row. That early winning streak was a shining prelude to a lifetime of greatness gilded with world championships, gleaming buckles, bright trophies, multiple Hall of Fame inductions and a trip to the 1988 Olympics in Calgary, Canada, where Martha participated in the United States’ barrel racing squad and proudly wore the stars and stripes on both arms. But even though she has also encountered more than her share of riding accidents, tragedies and losses, Martha has never once doubted that she’s doing what she was meant to do.
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