The final round of a barrel race is no time to safety up. Try these tips if you let the fear of making a mistake keep you from riding to win.
In any sport, nerves can get the best of athletes. When it comes to barrel racing, nerves can affect both the rider and the horse.
Martha Josey shares tips on selecting quality equipment for barrel racing and how to care for your equipment.
Buying a horse brings a mix of emotions. There is the excitement of a new project, and the stress of making the right decision.
Barrel races start in the alley. The alleyway is key to a consistent first barrel, but sometimes we can get into trouble before we ever enter the arena.
To achieve consistency on the barrel pattern, it takes a lot of consistent riding and a lot of basic training. World champion Martha Josey explains.
Kayla Bacon and Heza Rare Bug top the Josey Reunion, while Mallory McGee and Let Her Stop win the Josey Jr. World Championship.
By Ashley Schenck and Madison Bruce, courtesy Josey Ranch The familiar sound of horses walking along the pavement blends with a new symphony of ropes cutting through the…