Success at Success Podcast featuring
Amberley Snyder and Taylor Snyder
with your host Kyle Mauch
Episode #014 hosted by Kyle Mauch, with special guests, barrel racer, Amberley Snyder(Netflix’s Movie; “Walk. Ride. Rodeo.” is based on her story), and her brother, pro baseball player Taylor Snyder.
We discuss Amberley’s story of her accident that lead to paralysis, and how she came to continue to barrel race after the accident, as well as Taylor’s road the Major Leagues. Other topics include battling adversity and doubt, ways to celebrate wins, importance of support, and more.
The siblings recently launched a shirt (it says Make it Count) at AthletesBrand.com raising money for Keeper of the Game.
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*Audio issues because of background noise, so please power through them.
Amberley Snyder (Barrel Racer)
BIO: Amberley Snyder is a barrel racer and inspirational speaker who has fought her way back from tragedy. Amberley now is inspiring thousands across America by telling her inspirational story and competing in rodeos across the western United States. She has let the challenges she faces refine her, not define her.
She was voted the fan exemption contestant at the world’s richest one day rodeo, comparable to the Super Bowl, RFD-TV’s The American. She competed with the best in the industry and received a standing ovation from over 40,000 fans in AT&T Stadium and won over the hearts of America. Amberley has turned her tragedy into triumph and is inspiring all of America to Get Back on the Horse. You can see Netflix’s depiction of her story in the Netflix movie, “Walk. Ride. Rodeo.”
Taylor Snyder (Pro Baseball Player)
BIO: Taylor Snyder is a professional baseball player, and sibling to Amberley Snyder. Taylor is following in his dad Cory Snyder’s footsteps in pro baseball after his dad’s 9 year MLB career. On his way to establishing his own career, Taylor works with Keeper of the Game, a teammates foundation that helps people with disabilities and special needs experience baseball in their own way.