A special little girl, whose dream is to one day become a Catalena Cowgirl- was at the PRCA rodeo Friday night; she's already got the clothes and the horse.
"He is a thoroughbred, he's 16 hands high," said Tacey Raulerson.
Eight-year-old Tacey Raulerson lost both eyes to cancer, but not her tenacity.
She met the cowgirls while writing a report for school.
They, in turn, introduced her to a horse named Abbey, that is blind in one eye.
"The questioning and the interview just evolved into this book that she wrote where she made Abbey the hero of the rodeo," said Tacey's mother, Tammy Raulerson.
Tacey's book about Abbey and the cowgirls is being published. For more information about Tacey and her book, click on the link below:
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