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Complete NFR Go Round Results and Payouts PDF Print E-mail
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How do you imagine the reigning queen of Women's Professional Rodeo Association barrel racing spent the days and weeks following her fourth world championship win, which she achieved in record-setting fashion? In true cowgirl fashion, she saddled up young barrel racing proteges but took time to talk with Barrel Horse News about what the title means to her and the range of emotions she experienced through the course of the 2013 Wrangler NFR. Read all about Cervi's journey to the top in the February issue of BHN. Check out our recap of final standings, total earnings and round placings for a sneak peak at the feature-length coverage which will appear in the next issue.

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Cervi and Stingray are Solid Gold PDF Print E-mail
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By Danika Kent – Photos courtesy PRCA

Rodeo fans set a record of their own tonight when they showed up 18,242 strong, an NFR attendance best in the Thomas and Mack Center Arena. In front of the enthusiastic Saturday night crowd, Sherry Cervi and the great mare MP Meter My Hay rewrote a few pages in the barrel racing history books when Cervi was crowned the 2013 WPRA World Champion Barrel Racer, her fourth world title.

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Lockhart and Louie Win Again in Round No. 9 PDF Print E-mail
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By Danika Kent – Photo by

Only three women have graced the go-round winner’s circle at this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, and tonight Lisa Lockhart took her second victory lap of the week inside the Thomas and Mack Center Arena. Rebounding from the devastating 5-second penalty she was fined for last night’s tipped barrel, Lockhart’s 13.65 was fueled by a little extra determination and South Dakota grit in the ninth round of the NFR.

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Cervi Stays Rock Solid in Round No. 8 PDF Print E-mail
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By Danika Kent – Photo by Larry Smith, courtesy PRCA

Tipped barrel troubles shook things up in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo barrel race tonight, but Sherry Cervi remains unshaken. Running first out, MP Meter My Hay’s 13.71 would not be moved by the other 14 contenders.

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Taylor Takes Round No. 7 of the Wrangler NFR PDF Print E-mail
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By Danika Kent – Photo by Ross Hecox

Some call him buckskin, she calls him grulla, but we call him fast. At the conclusion of the seventh go-round of the 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, it seems that Taylor Jacob, Carmine, Texas, simply will not be outrun. First out on the ground, Michele McLeod gave Slick By Design fans what they’ve been waiting for when she took an early lead with a rapid 13.48. Eight runs later, Jacob stole the go-round win from the Whitesboro, Texas, jockey on the black stallion when she and Honor Thy Frenchman clocked a 13.47 in front of 17,416 approving fans in the Thomas & Mack Center Arena on the UNLV campus.

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