We barrel racers are never content. We are always searching for the next big thing- whether it is our next world-beater, the best bits, or the next big supplement/feed/witch’s brew. We want the best combination of bit, tack, technique, and training for ourselves and our horses. We subscribe to emails, newsletters, Barrel Horse World, and… Continue reading Listen Up
A friend of mine recently had an experience on the rodeo trail. A motorcyclist wrecked right in front of her as she was driving in city traffic with her rig. Talk about an eye opener. Everyone is okay, but my friend had a pretty clear message; there are so many more important things in life… Continue reading a Tenth of a Second
I was recently at a jackpot where a strong competitor knocked a barrel. As I was standing there, watching the rest of her run, I heard a snippet of conversation that upset me. “Well, she’s finally giving the rest of us a chance.” I was absolutely floored. It isn’t the first time I’ve heard that… Continue reading Give Yourself a Chance
⬇️Words for 2018 ⬇️ Pause. Reflect. Rally. 🧘🏼♀️One word to describe something you want to work on: pause. instead of jumping in and being impulsive with actions or words, I want to pause and evaluate my words or actions. 💎One word to describe how you want improve: reflect. How will I become more tech savvy… Continue reading Pause. Reflect. Rally.
Dear Cryin' Hole, You're not a bad spot. You tell me that I'm almost there (not quite). That being said, I'd really like to pull a cheque. My horse is working, we're clicking but I keep landing on you. Just about every rodeo, every weekend. I'm paying my dues, seasoning my horse. I don't mind… Continue reading Dear Cryin’ Hole
I hope everyone had a great Canada Day and/or 4th of July run with fast times and safe drives! While on my (rather short and sweet) run with Jellybean, I had time to think on a rough patch we went through awhile back. Seasoning a rodeo horse is never easy, though I will say Jellybean… Continue reading Get Out of Your Head
Good-bye wintertime blues! My cabin fever broke last week when I attended a jackpot for the first time since Fall. It has been a long winter, complete with cold weather and uncertainties, and I'm so glad to be back in the saddle again! This was JB's first jackpot running to the right. I switched things… Continue reading Jackpot Reflection