american cowgirl #10leah baizeour cowgirl ambassadorfor theamerican foundationfor suicide prevention
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american cowgirl #10leah baize - californiabaize ranch
the painting “ American cowgirl #10 - leah baize - california ”
randi spending time with a new colt
Lana’s tribute video coming soon after completion of her painting.
photo & canvas IMAGES ofamerican cowgirl #10
LEAH AND HER HORSE, ROMAN
american cowgirl #10leah baize - california
Leah uses a ranch just outside of Fresno, California,where she raises and trains her prize horses. Leah is now workinghard to establish her new ranch to build her Cowgirl way of life withher two sons, Logan and Brody.
leah baize was on-boarded into the line-up as American Cowgirl #10 on november 6, 2014. PHOTOSHOOT DATESLOCATIONS february 11, 12, 13, 2015baize ranch - coursegold, california may 21, 22, 2019baize ranch - madera, californiaThe actual image which was my inspiration for leah’s painting was taken at their baize ranch outside ofcoursegold, california.
My life has been shaped with losing someone in my life who I loved so much. I believe that this Foundation will reach those many silent voices that need to be heard and save a family from the loss of a loved one.
I was born and raised in the beautiful city of Fresno, California. I was adopted into the Western way of life at an early age because of my crazy love of horses. Although my parents were more into the city way of life, I sought out my own path to become the Cowgirl I am today. As I was getting through high school, I purchased my first horse at the age of 15 and have not looked back since.I have been riding competitively with my horses that I raise and train for barrel races.I have been very blessed to have lived and worked on two ranches in the past ten years giving my two beautiful sons, Logan and Brody the opportunities to be raised in the western ways surrounded by nature and the beauty of horses. I will continue to afford them every possible way to have their own horses and enjoy the freedoms of the cowboy lifestyle.In addition to raising my horses and racing in barrel competition, I have taken on an additional career working in the front office of a reconstruction company here in Fresno. This is a strategic move that will help me to accomplish my goals as a Californian Cowgirl.