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RFD-TV’S The American Semi-finals Pays Big PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   

MESQUITE, TX – The weekend of Feb. 21-23 brought heartbreaks and triumphs as athletes young and old competed to move on to the richest one-day rodeo, THE AMERICAN at AT&T Stadium on March 2. The top-five Semi-final winners from Bareback Riding, Saddle Bronc, Steer Wrestling, Tie-Down Roping and top-five teams in Team Roping along with the top 10 Barrel Racers and one Bull Riding qualifier advanced. 

Jane Melby Earns $5,000 Jerry Ann Taylor Best Dressed Award PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kenneth Springer   

Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame officials Pam Minick, Kit Moncrief, and Elaine Agather presented Women’s Professional Rodeo Association barrel racer and two-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier Jane Melby, Burneyville, Okla., with a $5,000 check for winning the Jerry Ann Taylor Best Dressed Award at the 2014 Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo.

Promise Me A Wagon & Cody Bauserman wins $100,000 at BFA $uper$takes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tanya Randall   

While discussing prospects with Barrel Horse News in the summer of 2011, Cody Bauserman talked about the future super stars of barrel racing. He talked about the importance of pedigree saying, “We’re starting to run the babies out of mares that we ran 15 years ago, and it sure makes it a lot easier to train them. We’ve almost come to where we have our own breeding for barrels.”

Spurr Ranch Barrel Challenge pays out more than ever. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Taylor C. Nahrgang   

What began as the desire to produce quality barrel racing events for the Central Coast of California, quickly evolved into the large-scale productions known as the Spurr Ranch Barrel Races in the quiet, little town of Shandon. The weekend of Nov. 8-9 proved to be nothing short of amazing as 444 rider and horse combinations came together to participate in the $10,000 added 2013 Spurr Ranch Barrel Challenge presented by Nutrena SafeChoice, which paid out a total of $48,258. In conjunction with the Barrel Challenge, Spurr Ranch played host to the 2013 Women’s Professional Rodeo Association California Circuit Divisional Finals for the top 12 cardholders, permit holders and juniors for the second consecutive year.

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