Over the past week we have witnessed and seen the pain and hurt of our own people. We have had to look at ourselves and know that we as a people can and have to be better. It can’t be just words, it has to be works.
We believe the world should have no place for discrimination, injustice or harm to anyone based on their religion, race, gender or ability.
The Texas Stampede Stands with and by all athletes. We denounce and rebuke any stand or act against these values.
Corona 19 has changed how we do so much. In an effort to reconnect safely we have started a new series called Stampede stories. The goal is self-explanatory, we want to connect with our families, Friends and fans. Our first installment is with 2020 USQRA spirit of achievement award winner and Stampede staff member Heather Rennerfeldt. Look for more episodes in The weeks to come. For more information go to www.fearthesteer.com.
I Stampede was pleased to learn the staff member whether Winterfell one the spirit of achievement award for the 2020 USQRA season.
The Stampede is pleased to learn that staff member Heather Rennerfeldt won the spirit of achievement award for the 2020 USQRA season.
I was shocked said Runnerfeldt. I never expected this. I am so appreciative for people acknowledging the work that we do. I will always remember this. Thank you.
We are thrilled for Hez and look forward to seeing her on the sidelines in the upcoming season!
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