Sadye Simpson grew up attending the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo, but the 2018 edition was special for the Simpson family. She qualified for the championship finals as one of the top 12 barrel racers, won more than $2,100 prize money and received $5,000 as the winner of the Jerry Ann Taylor Award.
2017 International Professional Rodeo Association World Champion Barrel Racer Jodi Colton shares her tips for survival out on the rodeo road.
RFD-TV’s The American announces invitees to the World’s Richest One-Day Rodeo – 2018 marks the fifth year of The American, which has already awarded more than $10 million since its inception.
The road to the world championship isn’t an easy venture, but reigning WPRA World Champion Callie duPerier says at the end of the journey, the struggles are well worth the effort.
By Callie duPerier
These three rodeo competitors shared advice for getting into the rodeo arena in the July 2016 issue of Barrel Horse News. Here’s some keys to success that are important to them.
Sometimes, the right words can trigger a fresh perspective, a positive mindset and a little motivation.
When a shot at a one-day rodeo paying out $2 million knocks, Talmadge Green, Sandy Hook, Miss., answers. For Green, a $2 million earner in barrel racing and a 42-year veteran of the sport, winning The American barrel racing qualifier held in Jackson, Miss., at the Kirk Fordice Equine Center on Nov. 23 put him one step closer to achieving a dream during a year wrought with personal tragedy. Green lost his best friend and fiancé on Sept. 16, with the untimely passing of Megan Stockstill following the birth of their son Sterling.