Avery Meredith attaches her spurs to her boots before practicing barrel racing for an upcoming rodeo competition. Her horse Storm waits behind her.
Avery (left), Rhea Stillwell and Tanner Finley (right) hang out and look at their phones before beginning a class in Grayson County High School’s agricultural program.
Grabbing a bag of feed from a pickup truck and throwing it over her shoulder, Avery walks into her barn to feed her horses.
Avery leads Storm out of her boyfriend Nick Kerr’s trailer to be fitted with riding equipment before a rodeo competition.
Avery warms up Storm behind a row of horse trailers before a rodeo competition at the Grayson County Saddle Club. It’s the first time Storm has competed in almost a year.
Avery gets her rodeo equipment ready and attaches spurs to her boots before a competition.
Avery’s grandmother, Jean Meredith, listens to Avery and her mother, Amanda Meredith, talk about a new iPhone application growing in popularity at school.
Avery visits with her father, Jimmy Poteet, who is divorced from her mother, and rides his horse Sterling around his backyard.
Avery wrestles with her boyfriend Nick Kerr in the front yard of her house on Grayson Springs Road. Avery says Nick is supportive in whatever she wants to do and always has her back.
Avery walks away from her grandfather’s monument after visiting it in the cemetery beside Broadford Baptist Church.