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Amberleigh Moore

Amberleigh Moore took the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo by storm in 2016 moving from 15th place in the barrel racing standings up to second.

She was the high money earner of all the barrel racers at $187,692. 865 more words

Cowboys

Pink Shirt, One Barrel, One second

Another few shots from the Arcadia All-Florida Championship Rodeo.  This time it’s a Barrel Racer rounding one of the barrels.  When I shoot action like this I shoot at about 3 frames per second.  89 more words

Photography

Rodeo on a Budget

The age-old dilemma, seemingly regardless of the state of our economy is being able to compete and own horses within our means. Whether you hit local shows, weekend jackpots, slot races, or you set your sights on futurities and pro rodeos, unless you’re rolling in sugar daddies (nothing we haven’t all considered, amirite?), then you face finding a way to go that works for your budget. 1,579 more words

Barrel Racing

Frustration Reigns

So I had my MRI follow up appointment yesterday. I took a three hour drive to find out that the MRI has just about useless and that I need a CT. 487 more words

Labral Tear

Eyes Up

As barrel racers we hear it often said “keep your eyes up”, “look for the next barrel”, “never look down the horse’s neck”. Now in terms of physics and geometry, when you find yourself piloting an animal this big at that rate of speed, looking up seems imperative. 498 more words

Barrel Racing

Practice Pays Off

Three years ago I took a leap of faith and bought a coming two year- old that had ten rides on her, a hay belly, short legs, and a big head. 425 more words

Horses

Reach & Roundness

It’s well established that barrel racing is a timed event. With the step up in breeding, equipment, and the ability we have to network with each other almost instantly to source information or new contacts, the game just keeps getting tougher. 869 more words

Barrel Racing