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Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses

Amanda Nolz

Winston Churchill once said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent on the saddle.” Those words certainly ring true for full-time horse trainer Dallas Cunningham, who even stayed in the saddle during the interview for this story.

Cunningham grew up in Wausa, NE where his love for horses was nurtured. At the age of 13, he started breaking colts for his dad and training horses for other people. It was trial by error in those days, but Cunningham was persistent in learning the trade of training horses. His hard work paid off, and today he owns and operates a very successful business, Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses.

Winston Churchill once said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent on the saddle.” Those words certainly ring true for full-time horse trainer Dallas Cunningham, who even stayed in the saddle during the interview for this story.

Cunningham grew up in Wausa, NE where his love for horses was nurtured. At the age of 13, he started breaking colts for his dad and training horses for other people. It was trial by error in those days, but Cunningham was persistent in learning the trade of training horses. His hard work paid off, and today he owns and operates a very successful business, Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses.

Winston Churchill once said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent on the saddle.” Those words certainly ring true for full-time horse trainer Dallas Cunningham, who even stayed in the saddle during the interview for this story.

Cunningham grew up in Wausa, NE where his love for horses was nurtured. At the age of 13, he started breaking colts for his dad and training horses for other people. It was trial by error in those days, but Cunningham was persistent in learning the trade of training horses. His hard work paid off, and today he owns and operates a very successful business, Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses.

Winston Churchill once said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent on the saddle.” Those words certainly ring true for full-time horse trainer Dallas Cunningham, who even stayed in the saddle during the interview for this story.

Cunningham grew up in Wausa, NE where his love for horses was nurtured. At the age of 13, he started breaking colts for his dad and training horses for other people. It was trial by error in those days, but Cunningham was persistent in learning the trade of training horses. His hard work paid off, and today he owns and operates a very successful business, Dallas Cunningham Performance Horses.


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