Four-time WPRA World Champion Barrel Racer Sherry Cervi utilizes futurities to help prepare horses in her program to move into rodeo careers.
Sherry Cervi earned her third WPRA World Championship, broke the arena record and passed $2 million in career earnings aboard MP Meter My Hay (“Stingray”) at the 2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Teton Ridge announces that barrel racing champions Sherry Cervi, Lisa Lockhart, Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi and Hailey Kinsel will join TEAM:TR.
Sponsored by Martin Saddlery Style plays a role in barrel racing in so many ways—from the way you sit, to what kind of horse you prefer, and how…
Behind every champion barrel racer is a parent or mentor who’s been there every step of the way with sage words of wisdom, horsemanship lessons, help down the alleyway, a high-five after a winning run or a shoulder to cry on during inevitable failures.
Finding the right youth horse for your child is no easy task, and starting the process is both daunting and exciting. Sherry Cervi, Nellie Miller and Leslie Kinsel can help you get looking with their best horse-shopping tips for parents.
Four-time world champion Sherry Cervi delivers a moving acceptance speech for her induction to the Cowgirl Hall of Fame. Cervi, a 19-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, credits…
Throwback to the April 1997 issue of Barrel Horse News when 21 year old Sherry Cervi, and 14 year old Fallon Taylor, were sitting one-two in the WPRA standings.
Have you ever wondered what the professionals use and can’t live without while they’re hauling down the road? We caught up with some of the industry’s top riders to find out just what items they can’t leave home without.
Must-Haves with Sherry Cervi, Hailey Kinsel and Stevi Hillman, brought to you by Kimes Ranch.