January 18, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo kicked off in Forth Worth, Texas, inside the Dickies Arena on January 19 with pro rodeo action. Follow along here for all the 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo barrel racing results, updates and stories.

The 127th edition of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo features a $1.2 million payout in the FWSSR ProRodeo Tournament. The format features all eight professional rodeo disciplines of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women’s Professional Rodeo Association. In each event, 56 competitors (56 teams in team roping) are divided into seven brackets of eight. Contestants in each bracket compete in two rounds of back-to-back action, with the top two money earners in each event advancing to the Semifinals. The third-highest money winner in each bracket advances to the Wild Card round. Those finishing lower than third still have a chance to advance through the non-qualifier pool. The highest remaining money earner in each event in the non-qualifier pool after all brackets are completed advances to the Wild Card round. The top two in the Wild Card round advance to the Semifinals, and the top four from each Semifinal advance to the Finals on February 4.

Find more information from the 2024 FWSSR here. Scroll down for Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo barrel racing results and updates from winners of each round.

By Johna Cravens for FWSSR with modifications from BHN

Sara Winkelman Wins Semifinals B

February 2, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The Semifinals of the FWSSR concluded Friday with the last of two semifinals rounds. Sara Winkelman took home the top spot in Semifinals B with a time of 16.26 worth $4,000 and an advancement to Saturday’s Finals Round.

Sara Winkelman, Andrea Busby, Lisa Lockhart and Rainey Skelton
From left to right: Sara Winkelman, Andrea Busby, Lisa Lockhart and Rainey Skelton all earned qualifications from Semifinals B to the FWSSR Finals. Winkleman topped Semifinals B with a time of 16.26. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Sharin Hall and Hello Stella Win Semifinals A

February 1, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The Semifinals of the FWSSR kicked off Thursday with the first of two semifinals rounds. Sharin Hall and Hello Stella led the field with a 16.29 to win Semifinals A worth $4,000 and advance to the Finals.

FWSSR Semifinals A barrel racers
Sharin Hall topped Semifinals A of the FWSSR with a 16.29. Hall along with (from left to right) Sissy Winn, Hailey Kinsel and Ilyssa Riley earned a qualification to the Finals. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Stephanie Fryar Wins Wild Card Round

January 31, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Stephanie Fryar and Fantastic Spitfire (Guys Canyon Moon x Famed Spitfire x Dash Ta Fame) turned in a 16.44 to top the Wild Card Round, worth $1,000 and an advancement to the Semifinals.

Stephanie Fryar and Lisa Lockhart
Stephanie Fryar topped the Wild Card Round at the FWSSR with a 16.44 to advance to the Semifinals. Lisa Lockhart finished second in the round with a 16.49 to also advance to the Semifinals. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Sharin Hall Wins FWSSR Bracket Seven Round Two

January 30, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The final bracket of the FWSSR concluded Tuesday inside Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The second round of Bracket Seven saw Sharin Hall and her All-Time Leading Futurity Horse, Hello Stella.

Hall, who has EquiStat earnings in excess of $1.7 million, piloted “Stella” to a time of 16.42 in the second round of Bracket Seven. Ultimately, that time topped the round and earned the team from Pilot Point, Texas, $2,000 and a qualification to the Semifinals.

 The Wild Card Round will start at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 31, with contestants working to advance to the Semifinals on Thursday and Friday night.

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Sharin Hall and Hello Stella turned in a 16.42 to top Bracket Seven Round Two of the FWSSR. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Summer Kosel Tops FWSSR Bracket Seven Round One

January 29, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The final bracket of the FWSSR kicked off Monday inside Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. Following the second round of Bracket Seven, which takes place Tuesday night, the top two from each of the seven brackets advance to the Semifinals Round. From there, the top four in the Semifinals will advance to the Finals round.

In Bracket Seven Round One, Summer Kosel from Glenham, South Dakota, and her Cheyenne Frontier Days arena record setter Firewaterfrenchfame turned in a time of 16.61 to take the top spot in the round and earn $2,000.

Kosel and Apollo are not new to the winner’s circle either. Apollo is the second NFR horse bred and raised by Carol Warren out of her great Fire Water Flit-Magnolia Bar mare Fire Water Flyer. Apollo and Kosel set the Cheyenne Frontier Days arena record twice — the first time in 2022 when they ran a 17.02 in the first round in the CFD to break Kristie Peterson’s long-standing arena record of 17.03. Then, they broke their own CFD record with a 16.97 during the Finals of the 2023 CFD. Kosel and Apollo qualified for their first NFR in 2023 and earned $113,015.04 at the NFR including the Round Five win. Now, the duo are carrying that momentum into the first pro rodeos of the 2024 season.

barrel racer and horse
Summer Kosel and Firewaterfrenchfame turned in a 16.61 in Bracket Seven Round One to top the round and earn $2,000. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Leslie Smalygo Tops FWSSR Bracket Six Round Two

January 28, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Leslie Smalygo rounded out Bracket Six by topping the second round with a time of 16.65 aboard her NFR qualifier Justaheartbeattofame. The 2010 gelding by Justaheartofawarrior and out of Yawl A Fame Maker by Dash Ta Fame has earned more than $299,565 in EquiStat reported lifetime earnings. Qualifying for their first NFR in 2022 Smalygo had said typically “Gus” isn’t a fan of small, indoor setups like the Thomas and Mack Center arena, however in his first NFR appearance he collected more than $73,889.95 in NFR earnings. Now, with a qualification to the this year’s FWSSR Semifinals it’s safe to say Gus has embraced the indoor setups.

The final bracket of this year’s rodeo starts on Monday, January 29. Bracket Seven’s second round will be Tuesday, January 30 and will determine the remaining qualifiers for the Semifinals and Wild Card rounds.

Leslie Smalygo
Leslie Smalygo rounded out Bracket Six by topping the second round with a time of 16.65 aboard her NFR qualifier Justaheartbeattofame. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Stephanie Fryar Wins FWSSR Bracket Six Round One

January 27, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Stephanie Fryar aboard Fantastic Spitfire (Guys Canyon Moon x Famed Spitfire x Dash Ta Fame) topped the first round of Bracket Six with a time of 16.42.

Stephanie Fryar
Stephanie Fryar and Fantastic Spitfire (Guys Canyon Moon x Famed Spitfire x Dash Ta Fame) topped the first round of FWSSR Bracket Six with a time of 16.42. Photo Kenneth Springer

Ashley Castleberry Tops FWSSR Bracket Five

January 26, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Ashley Castleberry topped the field in the first round of Bracket Five at the FWSSR Friday evening with a time of 16.57, worth $2,000. She followed that with the fastest time of the rodeo thus far in Round Two of Bracket Five with a time of 16.31 to top the second round and earn a qualification to the Semifinals.

Castleberry topped the bracket aboard her gray gelding Skyy Blue (Stoli x Sweeten My Dreams x Runaway Rebel). Castleberry and “Skyy” are fairly new partners beginning their career in 2022, however, they’ve been steadily building their resume. The 11-year-old gelding has more than $90,500 in EquiStat earnings and Castleberry has collected more than $281,500 in career earnings.

Ashley Castleberry and Skyy Blue
Ashley Castleberry and Skyy Blue topped both rounds of Bracket Five at the FWSSR. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Jimmie Smith Tops Bracket Four Round Two; Riley and Busby Advance to Semifinals

January 26, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Bracket Four of the FWSSR concluded Friday with Jimmie Smith of McDade, Texas, taking the top spot in the second round with a time of 16.54. Smith earned $2,000 for the win, as well as a qualification to the Wild Card round for a chance to advance to the Finals. Smith rode her 2023 National Western Stock Show Rodeo champion A Valiant Nicky (Valiant Hero x Nicky Brick House x Brick House Bouncy) to the round win.

Jimmie Smith
Jimmie Smith turned in a 16.54 in Round Two of Bracket Four at the FWSSR to top the round and earn $2,000 plus a qualification to the Wild Card round. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Contestants advance from the brackets to the Semifinals at FWSSR based on total money won. Bracket Four Round One winner Ilyssa Riley earned a qualification to the Semifinals, along with Andrea Busby who earned second place finishes in each round of Bracket Four.

Riley rode 2016 gelding Mistys Money Blurr (The Money Depot x Mistys Dash Of Fame x Dash Ta Fame). Busby was aboard her 2022 Cheyenne Frontier Days champion Blazing With My Dude. “Tito,” began her aged-event career with trainer Sue Smith, and is a royally bred homegrown product of Jeff and Andrea Busbys’ EquiStat leading breeding program at Busby Quarter Horses. The mare is by their $5 million sire Blazin Jetolena and out of Britany Diaz’s NFR mare Dasher Dude by Texas High Dasher. Tito has more than $120,000 in EquiStat earnings to her name.

Ilyssa Riley and Andrea Busby
Ilyssa Riley (left) and Andrea Busby (right) advance in the top two spots of Bracket Four to the Semifinals at the FWSSR. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Ilyssa Riley and Mistys Money Blurr Win Bracket Four Round One

January 25, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Bracket Four of the FWSSR kicked off on Thursday with a new set of contestants vying for a Semifinals qualification and a piece of the purse. Ilyssa Riley and 2016 gelding Mistys Money Blurr (The Money Depot x Mistys Dash Of Fame x Dash Ta Fame) turned in a time of 16.42 to top Round One of Bracket Four. Now owned by Riley, the gelding was trained by Kassie Mowry and won the Ardmore Barrel Futurity during his 2020 futurity year with Mowry before finding his new home with Riley. Since then, Riley and “Money” have gone on to earn more than $93,000 in EquiStat earnings, plus a NFR round paycheck in their first NFR appearance last December.

Ilyssa Riley and horse
Ilyssa Riley and Mistys Money Blurr win Bracket Four Round One with a time of 16.42. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Hailey Kinsel and DM Sissy Hayday Top Bracket Three

January 24, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Bracket Three concluded Wednesday with four-time WPRA world champion Hailey Kinsel topping both rounds of the bracket aboard her $2 million mount DM Sissy Hayday.

Hailey Kinsel and Sister at FWSSR
Hailey Kinsel and DM Sissy Hayday won both rounds of Bracket Three at the 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo to earn a qualification into the Semifinals, plus $4,000 in earnings thus far. FWSSR photo by James Phifer

Sara Winkelman Wins Bracket Two Round Two

January 22, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Bracket Two concluded on Monday with the second-round win going to Sara Winkelman of Big Lake, Minnesota, with a time of 16.48 on her 2015 gelding Fairway Ta Fame (Streaking Ta Fame x Fair Lady Perks x Perks Alive). Sissy Winn followed her in second place with a time of 16.67 in the second round of Bracket Two. With their efforts from two rounds, both Winkelman and Winn advance to the FWSSR Semifinals. Bracket Two Round One winner Sarah Rose Waguespack earned a Wild Card qualification.

Sarah Winkelman and Fairway Ta Fame
Sara Winkelman turned in a 16.48 to top Bracket Two Round Two of the FWSSR on 2015 gelding Fairway Ta Fame (Streaking Ta Fame x Fair Lady Perks x Perks Alive). Photo by Kenneth Springer

Sarah Waguespack Tops FWSSR Bracket Two Round One

January 21, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo ProRodeo Tournament began Bracket Two on Sunday. A star-studded field of cowboys and cowgirls began their quest for a share of the $1.2 million purse with Round One of the second bracket.

Sarah Rose Waguespack and Roses Roan Ranger stopped the clock in 16.48 seconds to win Bracket Two Round One. Waguespack and her 2017 gelding Roses Roan Ranger, by Blings Smooth Guy and out of Brookstone Rose by Brookstone Bay, qualified for the FWSSR Finals round last year. The gelding bears striking resemblance to Waguespack’s late, great, gritty National Finals Rodeo mare Fame Fling N Bling — Ranger’s sire Blings Smooth Guy is actually a son of “Bling” by A Smooth Guy.

Sarah Rose Waguespack and Roses Roan Ranger
Sarah Rose Waguespack and 2017 gelding Roses Roan Ranger (Blings Smooth Guy x Brookstone Rose x Brookstone Bay) stopped the clock in 16.48 seconds to win Bracket Two Round One of the 2024 FWSSR barrel racing. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Ranger holds a special place in Waguespack’s heart. She trained and futuritied him to more than $40,000 in EquiStat reported earnings as a 4-year-old futurity colt in 2021. In 2022, the pair racked up more than $45,000, predominantly in rodeo earnings, and have gone one to earn a total of more than $120,900.

Kassie Mowry Wins Round Two, FWSSR Bracket One Barrel Racing Results

January 20, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — Bracket One of the FWSSR concluded Saturday with the second round of the first bracket of the FWSSR ProRodeo Tournament. EquiStat all-time leading rider Kassie Mowry topped Bracket One Round Two of 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo barrel racing with a 16.59 aboard CP He Will Be Epic (Epic Leader x Percilla x Dash Ta Fame).

Mowry of Dublin, Texas, improved from a distant third place in Round One to winning Round Two. She attributed the nearly half-second improvement to a practice session and a change of bridle on “Will,” who has earned more than $624,000 in EquiStat earnings. That’s just a fraction of Mowry’s more than $5.6 million in career earnings.

With the conclusion of Bracket One, the first two competitors advancing to the FWSSR Semifinals are Mowry and fellow National Finals Rodeo qualifier Emily Beisel of Weatherford, Oklahoma. Plus, Megan McLeod-Sprague earned a Wild Card qualification.

Kassie Mowry and Will turn first barrel
EquiStat all-time leading rider Kassie Mowry topped Bracket One Round Two of the 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo barrel racing with a 16.59 aboard CP He Will Be Epic (Epic Leader x Percilla x Dash Ta Fame) and advanced to the Semifinals. FWSSR photo by James Phifer

Megan McLeod-Sprauge Wins Night One of 2024 FWSSR ProRodeo Barrel Racing

January 19, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — After a week of specialty rodeo events, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo turned the spotlight on the $1.2 million FWSSR ProRodeo Tournament.

Megan McLeod-Sprague at FWSSR
Megan McLeod-Sprague topped the first round of Bracket One with a time of 16.43. Photo by Kenneth Springer

Megan McLeod-Sprague and Seis Corona (Dash Ta Fame x Tell Em Belle x Tres Seis) topped the first round of barrel racing in Round One of Bracket One at the FWSSR with a time of 16.40, worth $2,000. “Jagger” is a 13-year-old gelding and has been under McLeod-Sprague’s ownership since 2021. Together the Marsing, Idaho, resident and the Alan Woodbury-bred gelding have earned more than $91,000 in EquiStat reported earnings. As a rider, McLeod-Sprague has earned nearly $250,000 in lifetime earnings, including the 2023 WPRA Columbia River Circuit Year-End Championship.

Bracket One concludes Saturday night, January 20, at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Action starts at 7:30 p.m. central time at Dickies Arena.

2024 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo Barrel Racing Results

Semifinals B February 2: 1) Sara Winkelman, Big Lake, Minn., 16.26 seconds, $4,000. 2) Rainey Skelton, Llano, Texas, 16.28, $3,000. 3) Andrea Busby, Brock, Texas, 16.32, $2,000. 4) Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 16.60, $1,000. Finals qualifiers:  Winkelman, Skelton, Busby and Lockhart.

Semifinals A February 1: 1) Sharin Hall, Pilot Point, Texas, 16.29 seconds, $4,000. 2) Sissy Winn, Chapman, Texas, 16.53, $3,000. 3) Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 16.54, $2,000. 4) Illysa Riley, Hico, Texas, 16.63, $1,000. Finals qualifiers:  Hall, Winn, Kinsel and Riley.

Wild Card Round January 31: 1) Stephanie Fryar, Waco, Texas, 16.44 seconds, $1,000. 2) Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 16.49, $600. 3) Tracy Nowlin, Nowata, Okla., 16.52, $400. Semifinals qualifiers: Fryar and Lockhart.

Bracket Seven, Round Two January 30: 1) Sharin Hall, Pilot Point, Texas, 16.42 seconds, $2,000. 2) Summer Kosel, Glenham, S.D., 16.48, $1,500. 3) Amanda Welsh, Stephenville, Texas, 16.80, $1,000. 4) Sydney Graham, Abilene, Texas, 16.88, $500. Semifinals qualifiers: Kosel, $3,500, and Hall, $2,000. Wild Card qualifier: Welsh, $2,000.

Bracket Seven, Round One January 29: 1) Summer Kosel, Glenham, S.D., 16.61, $2,000. 2) Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Lampasas, Texas, 16.75, $1,500. 3) Amanda Welsh, Stephenville, Texas, 17.00, $1,000. 4) Kalli McCall, Lufkin, Texas, 17.33, $500.

Bracket Six, Round Two January 28: 1) Leslie Smalygo, 16.65 seconds, $2,000; 2) Rainey Skelton, 16.70, $1,500; 3) Loni Kay Yates, 16.82, $1,000; 4) Stevi Hillman, 16.86, $500. Semifinals qualifiers: 1) Rainey Skelton, $3,000; 2) Leslie Smalygo, $2,500. Wild Card: Stephanie Fryar, $2,000.

Bracket Six, Round One January 27: 1) Stephanie Fryar, 16.42 seconds, $2,000; 2) Rainey Skelton, 16.51, $1,500; 3) Stevi Hillman, 16.92, $1,000; 4) Leslie Smalygo, 16.98, $500.

Bracket Five, Round Two January 27: 1) Ashley Castleberry, 16.31 seconds, $2,000; 2) Tracy Nowlin, 16.59, $1,500; 3) Ivy Saebens, 16.66, $1,000; 4) Preslie Ried, 16.74, $500. Semifinals qualifiers: 1) Ashley Castleberry, $4,000; 2) Preslie Reid, $2,000. Wild Card: Tracy Nowlin, $1,500.

Bracket Five, Round One January 26: 1) Ashley Castleberry, Montgomery, Texas, 16.57, $2,000. 2) Preslie Reid, San Angelo, Texas, 16.62. $1,500. 3) Kelly Allen, Stephenville, Texas, 16.71, $1,000. 4) Halyn Lide, China Spring, Texas, 16.73, $500.

Bracket Four, Round Two January 26: 1) Jimmie Smith, McDade, Texas, 16.54 seconds, $2,000. 2) Andrea Busby, Brock, Texas, 16.57, $1,500. 3) Molly Otto, Grand Forks, N.D., 16.59, $1,000. 4) Jessica Routier, Buffalo, S.D., 16.60. $500. Semifinals qualifiers: Busby, $2,750, and Ilyssa Riley, Hico, Texas, $2,000. Wild Card qualifier: Smith, $2,000.

Bracket Four, Round One January 25: 1) Ilyssa Riley, Hico, Texas, 16.42, $2,000. 2) (tie) Andrea Busby, Brock, Texas, and Jessica Routier, Buffalo, S.D., 16.85, $1,250 each. 4) Taycie Matthews, Wynne, Ark., 17.41, $500.

Bracket Three, Round Two January 24: 1) Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 16.48 seconds, $2,000. 2) Ashley Day, Volborg, Mont., 16.60, $1,500. 3) Ivy Hurst, Springer, Okla., 16.61, $1,000. 4) Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 16.75. $500. Semifinals qualifiers: Kinsel, $4,000, and Hurst, $2,000. Wild Card qualifier: Lockhart, $2,000.

Bracket Three, Round One January 23: 1) Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 16.34 seconds, $2,000. 2) Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs, S.D., 16.66, $1,500. 3) Ivy Hurst, Springer, Okla., 16.73, $1,000. 4) (tie) Shelley Morgan, Eustace, Texas, and LaTricia Duke, Zephyr, Texas, 16.74. $250 each.

Bracket Two, Round Two January 22: 1) Sara Winkelman, Big Lake, Minn, 16.48 seconds, $2,000. 2) Sissy Winn, Chapman Ranch, Texas, 16.67, $1,500. 3) Rachelle Riggers, Lewiston, Idaho, 16.77 $1,000. 4) Abby Phillips, Marshall, Texas 16.86. $500. Semifinals qualifiers: Winkelman and Winn, $3,000 each. Wild Card qualifier: Sarah Rose Waguespack, Gonzales, La, $2,000.

Bracket Two, Round One January 21: 1) Sarah Rose Waguespack, 16.48, $2,000. 2) Sissy Winn, Chapman Ranch, Texas, 16.62, $1,500. 3) Sara Winkleman, Big Lake, Minn., 16.63, $1,000. 4) Abby Phillips, Marshall, Texas, 16.68. $500.

Bracket One, Round Two January 20: 1) Kassie Mowry, Dublin, Texas, 16.59 seconds, $2,000. 2) Emily Beisel, Weatherford, Okla., 16.67, $1,500. 3) Ashley Rogers, Amite, La., 16.93, $1,000. 4) Keyla Costa, Tolar, Texas, 17.28. $500. Semifinals qualifiers: Mowry and Beisel, $3,000 each. Wild Card qualifier: Megan McLeod-Sprague, Marsing, Idaho, $2,000.

Bracket One, Round One January 19: 1) Megan McLeod-Sprague, Marsing, Idaho, 16.43, $2,000. 2) Emily Beisel, Weatherford, Okla., 16.67, $1,500. 3) Kassie Mowry, Dublin, Texas, 17.02, $1,000. 4) Ashley Rogers, Amite, La., 17.90. $500.

FWSSR Texas Champions Challenge

By Kenneth Springer with modification from BHN

January 18, 2024, (FORT WORTH, TEXAS) — The 127th Edition of the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo kicked off Thursday night January 18 with the Texas Champions Challenge that included some of the biggest names in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association — Kassie Mowry, Jackie Ganter, Amanda Welsh, Emily Beisel and Sissy Winn. All five have at least one National Finals Rodeo qualification beside their names. 

The event featured winners from five iconic Texas rodeos — Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, San Angelo and Austin — competing in six events. Winnings at the invitational rodeo do not count toward world championships, but the $114,000 payout was worth the efforts for professional rodeo athletes. The rodeo format began with an elimination round of five contestants in each event. The top two returned almost immediately for a head-to-head round with the winner taking home $10,000 and a bottle of Fort Worth-based TX Whiskey. The runner-up received $4,000 and the three other contestants from the elimination round each received $1,000.

In the barrel racing, the shootout-style format saw Beisel and Welsh advance as the top two with Beisel clocking the fastest time of the night with a 16.616 aboard Ivory On Fire (“Liza”). Welsh and Frenchman Fire Fly stopped the clock at 16.798.  A quick change of horses in the finals for Beisel to Namgis D 35 (“Pipewrench”) and Welsh staying on her trusty NFR mount Frenchman Fire Fly the placings were reversed, with Welsh topping the two-horse race with a 17.566 and a hefty paycheck of $10,000 for her efforts.

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Amanda Welsh and Frenchman Fire Fly took home championship honors at the Texas Champions Challenge on the first night of the 2024 Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo. Photo by Kenneth Springer

FWSSR Texas Champions Challenge Barrel Racing Results

Elimination Round: 1) Emily Beisel, Weatherford, Texas, 16.616 seconds; 2) Amanda Welsh, Stephenville, Texas, 16.801; 3) Jackie Ganter, Abilene, Texas, 16.901; 4) Kassie Mowry, Dublin, Texas, 17.52; 5) Sissy Winn, Chapman Ranch, Texas, 22.040. Head-to-Head Round: 1) Welsh, 17.560 seconds, $10,000; 2) Beisel, 17.890, $4,000.

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Kailey Sullins is editor of Barrel Horse News, and an avid barrel racer and breakaway roper. Email comments or questions to [email protected]

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