These young barrel horse trainers are proving they’ve got what it takes to train and compete alongside the industry’s top veterans.
A thinking mind, balanced movement and willingness to learn are three winning traits Kassie Mowry prefers in her futurity prospects.
Trainer Samantha Flannery noticed an untapped well in the futurity industry—the options for quality help for the average person training their own futurity horse.
It’s true that having good hands is crucial for every barrel racer and horseman out there, but it’s not a static position. So what does ‘good hands’ mean?
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.
Hailey Kinsel describes how she adjusted DM Sissy Hayday’s fitness program to prepare for 10 runs on a standard pattern at the 2020 NFR.
Take a look at the Women’s Professional Rodeo Associations top 15 barrel racers headed into the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo at Globe Life Field.