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The 1st Annual Charmayne James Race in the Rockies took place July 17-18 in the picturesque Colorado mountain town of Westcliffe, Colo., where A Painted View Ranch owners Donna and Ralph Hood welcomed barrel racers from as far as Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, the Dakotas and even Tennessee. The quaint mountain community came alive with barrel racing action set against a Sangre de Cristo Mountain range backdrop.
The event and webcast schedule for the 2010 NBHA Youth World Championships is now available here at BarrelHorseNews.com.
July 17 Lauren Underwood. The Short Go today was extremely tough. In the barrel pen, the ground was slower today, but the girls didn’t hold back at all.…
Debbie Roberts earned the 2010 Tanner Time Winter Saddle & Buckle Series Championship May 22, after a standout performance in the final two jackpot races of the series season.
The action was fast and furious at Spin3 Productions’ 13th Annual Rocky Mountain Super Race held May 7-9 at Norris Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. Great ground, tough competition and a spot on crew all combined for an enjoyable Mother’s Day weekend. The May Rocky Mountain Super Race alone awarded $50,416 in cash, plus several thousand dollars worth of prizes.
Troy Crumrine and Hoosier Fame start the new year with a win at Circle G Arena’s New Year’s Spectacular.
Success for Stewart at Good Time$ (April 1, 2009) — The 6th annual Good Time$ Futurity held March 27-29, 2009, in Memphis, Tenn., met with resounding success. Dan Shirey and Linda Hafner’s annual event was especially good to three female futurity barrel racing super stars—Jolene Stewart, of Springer, Okla., LaTricia Duke, of Anson, Texas and Kassie Mowry, of Dublin, Texas. Between the three of them, these ladies laid claim to over half of the total $174,965 payout—with Stewart earning $35,886, Duke $30,070 and Mowry $21,058.