Hope Rides a Paint Horse In Chicago, Our 100th Episode (Heartland Mamas podcast)

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The Heartland Mamas got to chat with Adam Hollingsworth AKA The Dreadhead Cowboy. You can see him all over the web, on Facebook and Instagram @TheDreadheadCowboy

An amazing young man bringing light and hope to Chicago neighborhoods. He and his horse Prancer, a beautiful Paint Mare, travel through the City where horses haven’t tread in decades. Children and Adults, often in Chicago’s most forgotten neighborhoods flock to see him ride by. 

Adam 4 years ago was recovering from being shot. He had never been on a horse. Then He and his Uncle set out on the adventure of a lifetime! The result is discovering a new passion for horses. And for teaching people all about what it takes to own a horse, care for a horse and how to ride! 

Adams outreach brings happiness everywhere He goes. His charming smile, soft voice and dedication to change makes him one of the best people you will meet today! 

It costs a lot to maintain a horse and to haul it into Chicago to reach out to others. A task so valuable in this time of COVID-19. People need to hope. They need something to look forward to. And Adam,He is the guy that brings the light with him! 

Please donate to his GoFund Me Page – this Man is the real deal, the kind of man young men want to grow up to be just like! https://www.gofundme.com/f/dreadhead

This was our 100th Episode and truly one of our favorites! 

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Former candidates, activists, mothers, women-Heidi Henry and Murri Briel bring you the Heartland Mamas perspective on policy, priorities, and politics.

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