World champion Nellie Miller discusses how consistency pays in your horsemanship to win at the barrel race.
World Champion Nellie Miller lists four things she considers important to be successful and develop horsemanship when learning to run barrels.
We asked world champion Nellie Miller 14 quick questions to find out just a little bit more about the Cottonwood, California, cowgirl.
The process to success is something I think differentiates each and every one of us competing in this sport. For this reason, I have chosen to overlook this…
There have been many exciting things going on this year and although barrel racing is my main focus, the breakaway roping has been one of my highlights.
My life on the road, and even at home, seems pretty normal to me, but when we get into the busy times of the rodeo season like the summer run it can be different day-to-day. July is typically the most hectic time of the year for us, so here’s a little about the daily routines I go through when I’m on the road.
Nellie Miller of Cottonwood, California, became the first barrel racer since Kristie Peterson in 1998 to successfully defend her CFD championship. The 2017 world champion, who is currently ranked second in the 2019 standings, won $20,697 dollars in Frontier Park, making her the highest money winner of the rodeo.