Podcast Launch Giveaway!
Step 1- Read this blog
Step 2- Leave a comment using the links below
Step 3- Check back Christmas day to see if you won!
$839.00 of prizes- see below for photos and description!
Where to comment:
Leave a thoughtful comment on any or all of the podcast posts
- Episode 1: Fear vs Danger
- Episode 2: Leadership vs Getting Along
- Episode 3: Responsibility and the Stages of Learning
- Episode 4: Responsibility and Accountability
- Episode 5: The Four Stages of Competency
A thoughtful comment is more than ‘hello’ and relates to the podcast you are commenting on.
Entering is easy and you have FIVE ways to enter!
One lucky winner will get a prize package that includes: My newest headstall and breast collar set I created with Weaver Leather, leather bronc halter, quick catch halter, my favorite trail bags and a rope halter!
The second winner will receive prize package #2, my newest headstall and breast collar set that I created with Weaver Leather!
The third winner will receive prize package #3, a set of my favorite trail bags!
The fourth winner will receive prize package #4, one of my quick catch halters!
The giveaway starts December 19th and ends December 25th (12:01 am)!
When time expires, we’ll choose the four winners from the thoughtful comments on the five posts listed above.
Yes, you can leave a comment on each one and receive up to five entries!
Remember to check back to see if you were the winner! I will reply to the winning comments on the blog. It is your responsibility to provide your shipping address so I can mail you the STUFF YOU WON!!!
Winner will be drawn on Christmas day! Have fun!
A big THANK YOU to Weaver Leather for providing prizes for this contest! Watch the Stacy’s Stuff page for more of these in the future!
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I think those are quality giveaways. I honestly prefer stuff like breast collar and saddles from https://ropingsupply.co/collections/breast-collar-and-trippin-collars . I’ve been a customer of theirs for years now.
Stacy thank you for taking the time to do these podcasts and sharing them! It is great to learn from you and I enjoyed all of the topics you covered.
Stacy, thank you for these podcasts, esp. the one about fear vs danger. As someone who has taken a couple some really hard falls, getting my confidence back has been extremely difficult and slow. I now own a pretty solid QH and he takes good care of me but I still have that lingering voice in the back of my head that says, “What if … ” It can completely ruin my ride. I’m looking forward to moving past that with your help!
I love the pod casts. Actually the first time i have ever listened to one. I have asked myself of the stages of where i am at with training my horses. I am a long time barrel racer, but i also have a sweet little horse that loves the reining and so do I. First time i have ventured into that area, and he has made it easy for me to learn, how to train some cute buttons on him. I will call them buttons as in both cases barrels, and reining i seem to put a nice mouth on them, sweet leg yields, lifts, turns, and i can draw about a foot long #11 on the slide stop. My spin will never make you dizzy, but it is nice… So listening to the pod cast, that is the good for #2 session, Bad thing for me is pushing all these hard long hours of buttons to actual show level. I get stuck… Getting that last little finish to the whole package. I don’t think it is fear, maybe a bit as back in the day… I had a barrel\pole horse that that i trained and was a perfection of a run every time. I don’t think i will ever get that horse again. Again listening to the pod the psychological end of it i get. Im going to work on that to try and get un stuck. Any other suggestion you may have are appreciated. And i may see you in the future. I truly want to finish this. And thank you for taking the time to let us into your mind.