im Trevon. Call me Trey. I was born and raised in Nashville, Tenesse. My love for horses always been a secret of mind. 5 years ago my man Gregg sold horses for a living. He let me keep one to ride but I didn't have a barn or farm in that sort to keep the horse maintained. We agreed that he'll keep the horse at his barn until I saved some extra money to take the next step. Unfortunately we didn't fulfill the plan, Gregg died back in March from Covid -19. I couldn't figure whether I wanted to keep the horse or sell him. At first i wanted to see if i could sell him for some cash, but Gregg gave me the horse. It felt wrong to sell something he gave. So Ive been keeping my horse on my own for about 3 months now. Its not been so good. Lots of racial feedback. "Niggers dont belong on horses". last week i was told that, since then i took full pride in the lifestyle that i live. I feel empowered riding a horse. Ive had positive feed back as well. Seeing the looks on kids faces as i ride through the streets of Atlanta shared smiles and wonders. In the the black culture, horses are not talked about. Most of us never seen in a horse in person. I want to change the narrative. I want to bring the experience to not only the kids but to the community. Since the pandemic ive saved about $2,100 to purchase my pick up truck for travel. I have moved and now living in Geaorgia. im asking you if you can donate to help me continue my journey on starting my organization for the people. The Gerogia Back Cowboys Organization. Im going to need funds for my Bumper pull (horse trailer) in order to continue my journey sharing my passion and spreading the joy.
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