Motivational Quotes from Brady Jandreau

Something good always comes from something bad.

Brady Jandreau

My dad – I mean, we’ve had our ups and downs, you know, just like any father and son probably has. But, you know, we get along really good, honestly.

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When a horse offers their face to you, they’re interested in what you are, what you’re doing. They’re paying attention.

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Sioux was always a horse culture, especially the Lakota Sioux. My mom is from Pine Ridge Indian Reservation; my dad is from a Sioux Indian reservation. Both tribes are Lakota.

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I think about rodeo every day. I miss it. It’s what gave me purpose.

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I have horrible headaches three or four times a week easily. I get really dizzy in the heat; my headaches are worse in the heat when I’m working and stuff.

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Not everybody’s life is a movie.

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My wife and I started a breeding program where we breed American quarter horses.

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I’m not that educated in filmmaking.

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A horse, you know, they can’t say, ‘Hi? How are you? I’m so-and-so,’ you know? So they communicate through typically smelling or, you know, just body language. And when a horse approaches another horse, the first thing they do is they smell noses.

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You cannot break a horse until they’re about 2 years old. You can halter-break them, meaning teach them how to lead and stuff, if you choose to, but you can’t really break them until they’re 2 because there aren’t developed enough, you know what I mean? It would be like a 5-year-old playing football or something, you know?

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My part of the world – it’s like time forgot it almost.

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I would truly risk my life to keep doing what I love.

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After my head injury, I was, like, bipolar, an emotional wreck.

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I don’t think you’re very strong unless you’ve cried a few tears. You’ve never really lived.

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Some people just don’t understand people who eat meat and ride animals.

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I’m a cowboy and an Indian.

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God saved my life.

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I was baptized Catholic, but I don’t – I’m just a Christian. Anybody that has any room to judge any other Christian isn’t very Christian to begin with.

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I’ve already told so many people my stories.

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I’ve always been up for a challenge, and you gotta connect with the camera and the audience the same way you gotta connect with the horse.

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When I was young, kids who were more Native American than me would call me ‘white boy.’ To my white friends, I was ‘that Indian kid.’

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Horsemanship and the cowboy lifestyle and my culture as a Native American are all three things that are very, very important to me.

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I’ve worked with horses since I was a little kid.

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I went through a lot of pretty intense struggles in my life, through my head injury, whether it was mental or psychological.

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