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Brandi Floyd Raizor never has been afraid of a horse.
A champion shower of Tennessee Walking Horses, Raizor can thank her grandfather, Walter Bruner, and the first horse he put her on, Gingerbread Man.
That chestnut-colored horse was huge, 16-hands tall. Raizor wasn't even 5 years old.
"He was just so big and so powerful, and here I was this little bitty girl," she recalled. "It was exciting. I felt like if I could conquer him, I could ride anything."
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