By Jolee Lautaret-Jordan The 109th Pendleton Round-Up kicked off September 9, with team roping and barrel racing slack. Nearly 60 barrel racers competed on opening day, taking their…
Youth barrel racers from around the world gathered July 21–27 for the world’s largest youth barrel race in Perry, Georgia. A featured event on the National Barrel Horse…
Nellie Miller of Cottonwood, California, became the first barrel racer since Kristie Peterson in 1998 to successfully defend her CFD championship. The 2017 world champion, who is currently ranked second in the 2019 standings, won $20,697 dollars in Frontier Park, making her the highest money winner of the rodeo.
Shali Lord and Freckles Ta Fame win performance eight at Cheyenne Frontier Days, as the field is now set for the final round July 28.
Hailey Kinsel was the only defending champion to claim another gold medal and set two records—an arena record and the only contestant to win three Gold medals from the Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo.
Cheyenne Wimberley wins performance No. 7 and runs the fastest time of this year’s Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo thus far.
Nellie Miller is on pace to repeat as Cheyenne Frontier Days barrel racing champion, plus check out results from Wednesday and Thursday’s performances.