For Jill Moody and TR Dashing Badger (“Dolly”), the 10th round of the 2010 National Finals Rodeo came down to a head-to-head race with Sherry Cervi and MP Meter My Hay (“Stingray”) for the NFR Average championship.
Sherry Cervi clinched the third barrel racing world championship of her career at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nev., Friday Dec. 12, after posting a time of 13.75 seconds to finish fourth in the 9th round of the 2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Sherry Cervi and her 8-year-old powerhouse mare, MP Meter My Hay (“Stingray”), set a new arena record with a run of 13.49 seconds to win the 8th Go Round of the 2010 National Finals Rodeo.
Sherry Cervi claimed her second go-round win of the 2010 NFR with a 7th Go Round run of 13.70 seconds aboard her standout mare, MP Meter My Hay (“Stingray”).
Brenda Mays earned the first NFR go-round win of her career with a run of 13.80 seconds aboard Judge Buy Cash (“Jethro”) in the 6th Round of the 2010 National FInals Rodeo.
Lisa Lockhart scored the fastest time of the NFR so far with a run of 13.62 seconds aboard An Oakie With Cash (“Louie”) to take home her second go-round buckle of the 2010 National Finals Rodeo.
The schedule for the 2010 BFA World Championship Barrel Futurity is now available at BarrelHorseNews.com.
Angie Meadors recorded a time of 13.68 seconds in the 4th go round of the NFR aboard Mulberry Canyon Moon (“Mulberry”) to take home a go-round buckle at her first National Finals Rodeo in 14 years.
Sherry Cervi and MP Meter My Hay (“Stingray”) flew through the barrel pattern with a time of 13.65 seconds to win the 3rd Go at the 2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the fastest time of the event so far.