A tight race in round No.4 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo left the crowd on their feet as 11 of the 15 ladies turned in 13-second runs and only three collected penalties. Of those 11 ladies, Michele McLeod turned in the fastest with a 13.49 to take the win.
First-time qualifier Kimmie Wall of Roosevelt, Utah, and her homegrown mare TKW Bullys Famous Fox laid down a flawless run to win the second go-round of the barrel racing at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
What is Regenerative Therapy?
Regenerative therapies are part of a relatively new branch of medicine which uses biological material to augment the body’s own restorative capabilities to promote the regrowth of healthy tissue and return the damaged area to normal function. Unlike symptomatic drug treatments that mask pain or reduce inflammation by putting a Band-Aid on a problem, regenerative therapies actually fix the underlying tissue damage.
The legendary 10-time qualifier Lisa Lockhart and An Oakie With Cash stopped the clock in 13.72 seconds to win round No. 3 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
First-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Pamela Capper flew into the bright lights of Las Vegas, Nevada, to take claim of the first-round gold buckle in style.
Being at the top of your game is far from a walk in the park, and few riders know that better than Purina® Ambassador Michele McLeod. When she enters the barrel-racing arena at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) in Las Vegas this December, she'll have earned every second in the spotlight.