2020 WRWC barrel racing champion Hallie Hanssen is set to defend her title at the 2021 Women’s Rodeo World Championship.
Article courtesy WPRA with modification from Barrel Horse News Success in the sport of barrel racing or breakaway roping doesn’t just fall on the human athlete but also…
Hailey Kinsel and DM Sissy Hayday win their first-career Cheyenne Frontier Days barrel racing championship, adding $10,546 to Kinsel’s world standings earnings.
Reigning Cheyenne Frontier Days co-champion Nellie Miller and Rafter W Minnie Reba turned in a 17.59 to top Semifinals Two and advance to Sunday’s clean-slate championship round. Photo by Kailey Sullins
Michelle Darling and Morning Traffic topped Semifinals One at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo with a 17.49.
Two-time Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo barrel racing champion, Lindsay Sears, got the win on Wednesday with a 17.57-second run. Sears made her first appearance here this year since 2012.
Lisa Lockhart stopped the clock in 17.37 to win Quarter Finals 4 at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo on July 27 aboard Alan Woodbury’s Rosas Cantina CC. If she continues her success here, it will be her second championship at Frontier Park.
Hailey Kinsel and DM Sissy Hayday have the fast time at this year’s Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo so far. The duo, from Cotulla, Texas, stopped the clock in 17.22 seconds during the third performance.
Jimmie Smith tops performance two of Cheyenne Frontier Days with a 17.61 to advance to the semifinals. A college sophomore from Keachi, Louisiana is the new breakaway arena record holder at Cheyenne Frontier Days. Josey Murphy stopped the clock in 3.6 seconds for the win during Quarter Finals 2 advancing her to the Semifinals.