Prior to confirmation, both the Montgomery and Lubbock County positive horses attended a barrel racing event at the Oklahoma City Fair Grounds on April 25-30. The Lubbock County horse did not travel to any other events.
AQHA retains the services of speed-event ground expert John Laws as ground specialist for speed events at the 2018 Lucas Oil AQHA World Championship Show.
WCRA announces four $1 million rodeos, a revolutionary world ranking system, industry alliances and innovative technology to give rodeo athletes great opportunities.
The largest, most prestigious barrel racing futurity is moving to the nation’s largest indoor arena. The Barrel Futurities of America World Championship Futurity will be at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
ProRodeo Hall of Fame announces 2018 induction class, among those inductees are two world champion barrel racers and one legendary WPRA equine inductee.
When do those hauling horses need a commercial driver’s license (CDL) or fall under newly imposed federal electronic logging device (ELD) regulations? Officials released two documents to try to answer those questions.
The Barrel Futurities of America board of directors held its first meeting of 2018 from January 19–20 in Oklahoma City. Working through a full agenda, the BFA board acted on items initiating a number of event changes for the 2018 BFA World Championship Futurity.
On August 5, 2017, the ladies of the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association were, for the first time in history, welcomed onto the ProRodeo Hall of Fame’s hallowed stage in Colorado Sp rings, Colorado. Three WPRA icons joined the class of 12 inductees—Wanda Harper Bush, Charmayne James and a joint PRCA/WPRA equine inductee—Sherry Johnson’s Star Plaudit.