Martha Josey shares tips on selecting quality equipment for barrel racing and how to care for your equipment.
Professional barrel racer Kassie Mowry trains her horses against their natural tendencies to increase their athleticism and make them think.
Buying a horse brings a mix of emotions. There is the excitement of a new project, and the stress of making the right decision.
Barrel races start in the alley. The alleyway is key to a consistent first barrel, but sometimes we can get into trouble before we ever enter the arena.
To achieve consistency on the barrel pattern, it takes a lot of consistent riding and a lot of basic training. World champion Martha Josey explains.
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To become a winning barrel racer, set attainable goals that gradually get bigger as you improve and accomplish your smaller goals.
Congratulations! You just made the first step toward that huge dream of yours to be a barrel racer. I have to warn you though, there will be times when it is tough. Your mental game will be challenged, but trust the process. The finish line will be so special.