The Barrel Futurities of America World Championships at Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, from November 12–19 showcased top youth talent.
Jess Shafranich and Whateva Fires You Up turned in a time of 14.757 to win Round 1 of the NBHA Youth World Championships.
Emily Wilkins won the Troxel Side-Pot at the NBHA Youth World Championships on July 24 with a 14.812 aboard Chasin Easy Money.
Youth barrel racers from around the world gathered July 21–27 for the world’s largest youth barrel race in Perry, Georgia. A featured event on the National Barrel Horse…
“I like traveling with my dad. I get to enter some of the toughest rodeos out there and he gets to announce me—and he never gets my name wrong.”
Kenzie Cook from Barnwell, South Carolina, won the first round of the 2019 International Finals Youth Rodeo in the barrel racing. Her time of 16.408 beat the next time of 16.46.
Check out a results update from the first round of competition at the International Finals Youth Rodeo, which began July 7 and will run through July 12 in Shawnee, Oklahoma. You’ll also get a fun look into IFYR competitor Mikayla Joh Almond’s experience and she competes for championship honors and enjoys the memories made.
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.