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Trudy Andes Campbell 

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Trudy Andes Campbell - Ambassador to the Troops

Trudy: Andes Ranch

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Trudy Andes at 13
Trudy featured at the age of 13 breaking and riding colts on the ranch in the background is the wheat truck her father Gary was killed in.
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Reida, Trudy's friend and sister in law said "Trudy taught me to ride on a horse named Charlie  I learned fast because he ran off with me bareback. Meanwhile Trudy and her cousin Kim Henderson laughed
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Trudy Andes With Colt

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Trudy Andes With Horses
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Black Gold  - Trudy Andes

The Henderson House that Trudy’s Great Grandfather built in 1892.
Then, Trudy renovated it and where she lived
for 16 years.
Gambler and Trudy
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Trudy Andes and Horses

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Trudy rode most of the horses she broke with a hackamore or halter and lead rope bareback
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Trudy featured here with her niece after breaking a colt that bucked her off and stepped on her face breaking her nose and blacking her eyes. Trudy was back riding within a week. However her mother felt breaking horses and barrel racing wad to dangerous and enrolled her daughter in modeling school
The” Cowboy Chateau”, at The Andes Ranch. It is where Trudy grew up and where her father is buried.
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Trudt Andes - Barrel Racer

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Trudy Andes with Colt

Trudy and Gambler
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Trudy Andes - Ambassador to the Troops