Longtime Pendleton Round-Up competitor Cheyenne Allan finally comes up with the big win on the Green Mile.
Italy Sheehan clocked the fastest time of the second performance, a 29.05, at the Pendleton Round-Up on September 13 and moves into the No. 2 position overall. Kacey Gartner holds onto her lead in Round One with a 28.93 from slack.
After eight rounds at "The Daddy of 'Em All," Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi takes the lead in the barrel racing aggregate at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Pozzi Tonozzi won round five and placed seventh in round one to take the lead in the aggregate with a total time of 35.44 seconds.
After four rounds at "The Daddy of 'Em All," Lacinda Rose of Willard, Missouri, takes the lead in the barrel racing aggregate at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Rose won rounds three and fourth to take the lead in the aggregate and holds onto it with an aggregate time of 35.77 over second place in the aggregate Michelle Darling with 35.96 seconds.
Jolene Douglas Hoburg wins the first round of the Pendleton Round-Up with a time of 28.73.
Brenda Mays tops the first performance at the Pendleton Round-Up on September 12 and moves into the No. 4 position overall. Kacey Gartner holds onto her lead in Round One.
World champion barrel racer Nellie Miller of Cottonwood, California, moved to the top of the leaderboard at Cheyenne Frontier Days on July 28, 2018. Miller took her great horse Rafter W Minnie Reba around the pattern in 17.76 seconds. Combined with her winning first-round time of 17.54, she leads the field at 35.30.
The National Barrel Horse Association’s Youth World Championships from July 21–28, 2018, in Perry, Georgia, showcased 1,386 of the best and brightest rising stars in divisional barrel racing. After two rounds of barrel racing competition, the top 145 Youth contestants and top 173 Teen contestants will meet July 28 for the final round.
The dream team of Hailey Kinsel and DM Sissy Hayday took home their second consecutive gold medal in the barrel racing at the Days of '47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo on July 24, 2018.