Going Pro – Get to Know the WPRA Top 15 NFR Barrel Racers

2015 NFR Barrel Racers

The 2015 top 15 barrel racers have already arrived in Las Vegas, and in just days will be blasting down the alley of the Thomas & Mack arena. To make the most out of the exciting rodeo action, I’m happy to bring you an inside peek into the life and times of rodeo’s leading ladies.

So before the bright lights start shining, let’s get warmed up and learn a little more about these amazing women – and horses (including pedigrees) who will entertain, educate and inspire us, at the 2015 NFR and beyond!
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Callie duPerier
Callie duPerier

CALLIE DUPERIER – Ranked: No. 1, Back No. 2
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
I plan to take two – Rare Dillion “Dillon”, he is a one in a million; just consistent and easy to ride and Dash Ta Diamonds “Arson”, and eight yr. old gelding

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect? Certain bloodlines, personality, running style? Body type, etc?
Actually my dad has picked out all of the horses. He has a very good eye for choosing awesome horses. I like to ride older, very seasoned horses who know their job and go in there and do it on their own.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
This is just my second year in the WPRA.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I’d have to say the bit that I ride each horse in. I usually just run the horses in the headgear that they came to us in so if I lost one I wouldn’t know what they would work well in.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My family is my biggest support and the first people I call when I need advice. Sherry Cervi is also someone I look up to and she is great. Hauling with her was awesome and she helped me a lot this year not only with my barrel racing but also getting to know her as a person. She would get even more excited for me than me.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I’ve always wanted to be a special needs teacher. I love kids. I am getting married in May and I really want to be a stay at home mom. I’m not sure that’s a career but I can’t wait to have my own.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I played college volleyball so I guess that is a talent that most don’t know about.

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Lisa Lockhart
Lisa Lockhart

LISA LOCKHART – Ranked: No. 2, Back No. 3
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
“Louie” (An Oakie With Cash by Biebers Oakie & Lady Kaweah Cash) age 12, and I have had him since he was four. Tim and Kelly Bagnell of B Bar Heart Performance Horses bred and raised him, and they sent him to me for his barrel racing training. I bought him his eight year old year, after his first NFR. He is a very playful and somewhat mischievous, like Dennis the Menace, but has more grit and try than any other horse I have ever ridden.
“Chisum” (Fast An Gold by El Roco & Romanna Glass) age 17, and I have had him since he was five. He also came from B Bar Heart Performance Horses, and I purchased him after he came to me for his barrel racing training. He very laid back, and has a grouchy demeanor about him, so I compare him to Mr. Wilson. Chisum makes my job easy, and is a fun, consistent horse to ride. He has definitely been an integral part of the team.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
When looking for a prospect, I take many things into consideration, but mostly go on a gut instinct as to how they move or ride. A willing attitude is worth a lot, as is physical ability.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I have been rodeoing professionally for over 20 years, but full-time for the last ten years.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I would hate to depend on any one thing that much, that would set me off in panic mode!

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My husband Grady is my biggest influence, and always has been. I owe it to him to being where I am today, along with being blessed with some amazing horses over the last ten years!

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I would continue to train horses, along with being a full time wife and mom!

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I like to make desserts, mainly because I enjoy eating them! A challenging game of “horse” happens a lot during the basketball season too.
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Sarah Rose McDonald
Sarah Rose McDonald

SARAH ROSE MCDONALD – Ranked: No. 3, Back No. 5
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Fame Fling N Bling “Bling” is an 9 yr. old mare sired by the great A Streak of Fling and out of a Dash Ta Fame mare, Short Penny. “Bling” is a very athletic and gritty mare. She is extremely quick on her feet and incredibly smart. She turns very tight which requires me to push her past the barrels and make moves with my body to the outside of the barrel to get around them. Larry Ammons, our very close family friend, and my uncle Stephen McDonald purchased her at the Fulton Sale when she was a yearling. Steve trains horses including our horses. He trained Bling and I seasoned her. We won many barrel racing titles in the Southeast and we started rodeoing last year (2014) where we won WPRA Rookie of the Year.
Brookstone Rose “Rose” is a 7 yr. old mare sired by Brookstone Bay and out of a Jet of Honor mare, Miss Jet Boone. “Rose” is very big and consistent. She also is a push style horse. With her big size comes power and she handles all types of ground. Larry and Steve purchased her at the Fulton sale as a 3 yr old. Once again Steve put a handle and pattern on her and I took the reins to season her and finish her. I had to work really hard to season Rose but it has been well worth it. She was out most of the year to an injury but has placed a lot since her comeback.
I’m thankful my family gets our horses while there young so that I can help with their maturing process. It is a long process but it is so special to make the NFR on horses my family have raised. It has allowed me to form very close bonds with Bling and Rose and build trust that helps in nail-biting situations.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
My uncle, Steve McDonald is really good at picking out our horses. Since we typically get them young before they are running and have a running style, he looks at their bloodlines and conformation. We have had a lot of success with A Streak of Fling and Frenchman Guy horses. Ideally he looks for a horse with a short back, long underline, good hip, legs that are up under them, high withers, and a lean neck that ties good into their body. He watches how they carry their body and likes to ride them to see what kind of handle they have on them. When he is training them he spends a lot of time in the woods working on the basics, a low headset, easy mouth, responsive sides, and teaching them to keep their but under them. Once they’re taught the basics we move to slowly introducing the barrels.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I was a rookie in 2014 and this is my second year.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I have this set of purple reins that I have competed with on Bling since she was very young. I really love them and don’t want to change them!

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My family, I wouldn’t be where I am without them. They have ridden with me countless hours, taken me to who knows how many barrel races, and made sure I had horses to compete on. I have also put a lot of hard work into horses ever since I was young and learned to respect them. I’ve been blessed with awesome horses.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I love barrel racing and I love competing. I don’t like to think of my life without it.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I played a lot of sports in high school as well as riding horses. Basketball was my favorite. Also sleeping, I could sleep all day especially on long truck rides.
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Mary Walker
Mary Walker

MARY WALKER – Ranked: No. 4, Back No. 15
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
I will be bringing two horses: Perculatin “Latte”, 11 yr. old bay gelding, and A Frosty Please “Bojangles” a five yr. old.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
When looking for a horse, it has to catch my eye. I like a strong horse with a kind eye. I don’t like a real low headed horse.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I have had my card since 1983.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I feel all my tack I can’t live without. It is all very important.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I have never thought about another career, seems like we don’t have enough time to consider one.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I don’t believe I have a secret talent.
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Sherry Cervi
Sherry Cervi

SHERRY CERVI – Ranked: No. 5, Back No. 17
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
MP Meter My Hay “Stingray” and Atlas Peak “Atlas”, 13 yr. old gelding, owned by Trip duPerier

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I like them to be good movers and have a kind eye. Fortunately, we have our own breeding program so I have lots of good horses to choose from.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I have had my card since 1986.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
My saddles

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My family is very supportive.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
Running one of my family businesses.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I am good Taboo (the word game) player. I’m very competitive when it comes to that.
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Nancy Hunter
Nancy Hunter

NANCY HUNTER – Ranked: No. 6, Back No. 23
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Flit Fizz “Fuzz”, 15 yr. old sorrel gelding, my 10th year running him. Fred (Husband) trained him.
Epidirtimus “Nova”, 15 yr. old gelding owned by Gary and Merilee Maxfield. He has run real strong in the Wilderness circuit. He has been sitting for about 18 months and I am thrilled I got the offer to ride him. I am also going to run him at the Wilderness Circuit Finals, so I’ll get some runs on him there.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
We look at the breeding but actually look at cow horse bloodlines because we aren’t that familiar with the race horses. Fred rode cutters for a long time. Breeding tends to lead to more trainability. We like horses that are athletic based on their conformation. We’ve trained everything we ride. We’ve always got horses here in training.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I bought my card in 1976.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
The “Fuzz” bit. Fred designed all of the bits that we ride with. Fuzz doesn’t get ridden in that bit until he is making a run. A few years ago we started the Josey Hunter bit line and it is sold on our website, FredHunterOnline.com, at Josey’s online store and The Tack Stop online store.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My grandpa influenced me to become involved with horses. I started at the 4-H level and found I had a need for speed. Then I went on to high school rodeo and that’s where I met Fred. I went to the high school finals on Fred’s horses. So, I would say that Fred has helped me with my career more than anybody by keeping me on great horses.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I have my bachelors degree as a registered nurse and I worked in the ER for a long time so I would go back to that. I really enjoy being a nurse. It is a great profession.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I do like to sew. I used to sew suits and dresses for people. I still do for my grandkids some. I don’t watch television, so I sew.
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Fallon Taylor
Fallon Taylor

FALLON TAYLOR – Ranked: No. 7, Back No. 40
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
I will be taking two. Flos Nick Nack – Babyflo’s full sister. She (Nick Nack) is the oldest one, she is 11 years old. I went to the NFR on her mom (Flowers and Money) and her dad (Dr. Nick Bar). Of course the second one is Flos Heiress “Babyflo” and she is nine years old. We raised both of them.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
We have our own breeding program, so typically I like the pedigree of the horses I have won on, Dr. Nick Bar horses. So we just try to keep that lineage going. I have a stallion now by PC Frenchman by Sun Frost and we think that lineage is really cool. It makes a cool cross and something diverse that has a really great mind.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I think since 1991. So a long, long time.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
Please – like a million. I cannot have enough tack. That is a loaded question for me.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
Our training program influences me the most because it makes me want to keep going. Keep training new horses. Just going up and down the road is pretty self serving if you just want to hear your name called. It is not very exciting if you don’t constantly have an iron in the fire to make it better.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I think I did everything I really wanted to. I have been a model, an actress so I have done a lot of stuff and will probably do more stuff.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I don’t have any talent. I am terrible at singing, literally the worst ever. I am really good at the game Mad Gab and left handed darts.
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Cassidy Kruse
Cassidy Kruse

CASSIDY KRUSE – Ranked: No. 8, Back No. 61
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
JKR Assured Win “JJ”, gelding, 14 yr. old, have owned him for eight years. He has had some injuries that he has overcome but is running better now.
Guys Dashing Girl “Ellie”, owned by Pam and Craig Nelson, out of Frenchmans Guy and a Dash Ta Fame mare, nine yr. oldDash To Tim “Scooter”, full brother to JJ.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I always like a horse that has a little bit of attitude. That shows that they have a big heart. I don’t need a big horse. Actually, all three horses that I ride are small. The ones that make it look effortless are the ones that cover the most ground.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I say one because this is the first year I have been on the road. Officially 2014, was my Rookie season in the WPRA.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I don’t know. I guess it would be my Iconoclast boots.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
Lonnie Farella helped me with a lot of my riding when I was younger. And the other person was Martha Josey. I went to Josey’s Junior World Barrel Race and I got close with her and R.E. Martha influenced me to be the best and have the drive that I have. I’ve always wanted to accomplish all that she has.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I don’t know if I could have made this a career but I would have liked to play basketball.
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Taylor Jacob
Taylor Jacob

TAYLOR JACOB – Ranked: No. 9, Back No. 67
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Honor Thy Frenchman “Bo”, by Frenchmans Feature out of Honey of a Jet, ten yr. old, gelding. He is a quirky horse, sometimes he is loving and other days he doesn’t want to be messed with. I have owned him for three years. Marne Loosenort trained him and then Angela Mikles bought him and took him to barrel races. I purchased him from Angela, and started seasoning him to the rodeo atmosphere.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I like a fast horse with a good mind. Also one that is tough and gritty and loves to run barrels. They have to be all three to make it as a rodeo horse.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I won the WPRA Rookie title in 2013, the first year I made the Wrangler NFR. This is my third year.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I can’t live without my Classic Equine Polo Wraps.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
I would have to say my Mom and Sherry Cervi influence me the most.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
If I wasn’t a barrel racer I would probably try and pursue being an endorsee manager for a western company.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I like to look at maps and I really like learning about history.
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Carley Richardson
Carley Richardson

CARLEY RICHARDSON – Ranked: No. 10, Back No. 76
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
The first horse I will have is Doda Flit “Radio.” He’s an 11 yr. old grey gelding by Doda Dash out of Flit Priss. I bought Radio at the Barrel Futurities of America (BFA) sale as a two yr. old. He had about 60 days on him by Kenneth Burns. My dad finished him out and started him on the barrels. He is as honest as they come, and I know I can always count on him.
The second horse I will have is Fashionable Boy “Boy”, he is a 14 yr. old sorrel gelding by Nonstop Firewater. I have owned him about five years and bought him from my friend Catherine Clary. He is extremely strong and fast and loves his job. He is the first horse I’ve had that my dad didn’t train, so it took me a while to get used to him.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I have had a lot of success with the bloodline going back to Flit Bar. They all seem to be very willing and able. Both of the horses I will have in Vegas have Flit Bar on their papers, as well as most of my colts I have now. I like a very long underline and a big hip. I like a sensible colt that doesn’t seem too hot, but if a colt has a few quirks and is still willing to try, I’m okay with that.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
My rookie year was in 2013. 2014 was the first time I went far from home and was on the road. So 2015 makes three years.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
Split reins! Pretty much the only time I ride in a round rein is when I’m running.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My dad. He’s taught me how to ride, trained my horses, trained my mind to think like a winner. I would not be here without him.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
Physical therapy or doctor.
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Michele McLeod
Michele McLeod

MICHELE MCLEOD – Ranked: No. 11, Back No. 96
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
I will be riding Slick By Design “Slick”, eight yr. old black stallion owned by Jason Martin and Charlie Cole. They bought him in Nov. 2012. I started riding him in March 2013. He is an incredibly talented, athletic and has a huge heart. He is full of try! I also will have Apt To Be Special “Toby”, a nine yr. old gelding owned by Jason and Charlie. They bought Toby in May of 2015 from Gary and Linda Jones who bred, raised and trained him. He is a very kind horse with a lot of try! He didn’t have much rodeo experience but has handled the rodeo trail perfectly!

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
For a prospect I look at conformation, personality, and running style. I prefer a horse that really uses their hind end and travels with a lower head set.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I have had my WPRA card for 9 years but didn’t start rodeoing full time until 2013.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
A piece of equipment I can’t live without is the P3 machine! This has helped my horses so much this year!

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
In the most recent years Jon Suttle has influenced my barrel career. When I was younger, Bess Chaney is who started my career!

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
At this stage in my life I would ride horses full time as my career! Not sure it’s a career but I love to ride!

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
Not sure I have a secret talent I just love to ride, and I love coming home from the summer run and riding all day until Thanksgiving then leaving for the Finals.
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Jackie Ganter
Jackie Ganter

JACKIE GANTER – Ranked: No. 12, Back No. 98
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Blazin Baby J – Dash Ta Fame x Medley A Blazin, six yr. old, gelding (this would’ve been his 2nd derby year); I have owned him about two years, my mom purchased him from Callie Rios during his futurity year. Callie trained him and ran him his entire futurity year as well as part of his first derby year.
Guys French Jet – Frenchmans Guy x Miss Landing Rocket, 11 yr. ol, stallion; Steve McDonald trained him and I have owned him two years. We purchased him from Trip duPerier.
I will also have Cartels Fame and Roxy Dual with me, but I am planning on Baby J and Jet being my main mounts.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
My favorite bloodlines are Dash Ta Fame and Frenchmans Guy, mainly because most of my success has been on one of the two. I prefer a horse with a lot of speed that is able to make mistakes and still be fast or win. I like horses with an attitude and the will to win, all of mine give me 110% every time they run down the alley as if they want to win as bad as I do.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
This is my rookie year in the WPRA, so only one.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I have about 40 bits in my trailer. I am a major bit hoarder, and I have to say I need all of them. I have my horses in different bits almost every time I ride them, only in exercise not competition, to keep them on their toes and always listening to me.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
Qualifying for the NFR as a Rookie has been a goal of mine for a long time so that really drove me to do my best this year. My passion in life has always been horses so anything to do with them really draws me in.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I am in college right now online working towards a business degree. I am looking towards something in marketing or finance.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I talk to my horses and give them a kiss on the nose before every run, I know they can’t understand me but it makes me feel better.
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Vickie Carter
Vickie Carter

VICKIE CARTER – Ranked: No. 13, Back No. 108
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Blazin’ Ta Fame “Blaze Man”, nine yr. old gelding by Blazin Jetolena by a Dash Ta Fame mare, that belonged to Rachel Hendrix who died from carbon monoxide poisoning. Her parents (Annette and Clay Hendrix from Fallon, NV) asked me to ride him and see if I could make the Finals because that was Rachel’s dream. I’m riding for Rachel.
The Guys A Surfer “Boomer”, nine yr. old gelding, owned by Shelby Freed-Ellsworth. Shelby recently got married and is now pregnant so that is how he became available.

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I check out the bloodlines first. I don’t really care about their size. Normally I like a bigger horse than Blaze but it has worked out.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
Actually a good 40. I’m 60 now and have trained and hauled to rodeos my whole life. Training futurity horses was my main deal but this is the first year I have gone hard. This is my first year as a cardholder in the WPRA so at the age of 60 I am competing for the WPRA Rookie of the Year title.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I still ride with Rachel’s reins. That’s one thing I won’t replace.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
I go back when I first started at futurities and became friends with Kelly Yates. She was such an aggressive rider and always gave me confidence in myself. After I wasn’t around Kelly that much I rode with Norma Wood a lot. There isn’t anyone any better than her. She has put out so many good horses.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
I’ve always wanted to ride jumping horses.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I have a unique talent to bond with my horses and think the way they think.

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Jana Bean
Jana Bean

JANA BEAN – Ranked: No. 14, Back No. 112
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Im A Royal Design “Hammer”, eight yr. old gelding owned by Rick and Terry Ford, Dashing Klee “Chick”, five yr. old gelding by Dash Ta Fame and UROneFamous Rebel, stallion “Rico.”

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
I look for bloodlines mostly but I also look at their build and conformation. I then look at the way they travel and move.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I don’t really remember when I filled my permit. The first time I tried to make the Finals was last year but I have run barrels professionally for about 15 years.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
That would probably my “bonnet” that I use on both of my horses.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
My team – that of course is my family. I am so lucky to have my husband and son helping me. Also Rick and Terry Ford who own Hammer. And also the Lord. He’s the main one.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
You know, I don’t have one that I would care to do. This is my passion. I can’t see me doing anything else.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
Probably that I filled my WPRA permit breakaway roping. At the time I couldn’t get it done running barrels. But that has really changed. I don’t rope at all anymore. My son does and now I just open a lot of chute gates while he is practicing.
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Deb Guelly
Deb Guelly

DEB GUELLY – Ranked: No. 15, Back No. 114
Tell us about the horse(s) you will be riding at the NFR:
Docs Flashy Scooter “Scooter”, ten yr. old, who is related to “Reiner”, the horse I rode at the NFR the last time I qualified.
HW Sure Alota Cash 11 yr. old mare, that a friend of mine in Canada owned and trained. I don’t even know the girl that owns her now.
Then I will have Royals Star Commander, one of my main horses. He got hurt early in the year so he hasn’t gone much this year

What do you seek out when looking for a barrel horse prospect?
Bloodlines aren’t such a big deal to me. The look in their eye is what I look at first. I kind of prefer a stouter, small horse built to stay sounder.

How many years have you been a “professional” barrel racer?
I got my Canadian card in 1991. The first year I went to the US was the winter of 1993.

What piece of tack or equipment can you not live without?
I don’t think there is anything specific. I do like my snaffle bits though, so I guess that would be one thing I always have with me.

Who or what influences you most in your barrel racing career?
Probably when I was young it was Charmayne and Scamper back then. But, over the years I can’t really say it was anyone specific. I just wanted this so bad nothing could stop me.

What career would you have like to pursue if not barrel racing?
To be honest, there isn’t anything else I want to do. I’m pretty boring. I don’t even have any other hobbies. All I do is rodeo and ride horses.

Share your secret talent or something that most people don’t know about you.
I did play a lot of hockey when I was younger and for seven or eight years I played in a women’s league. I haven’t done it in a while but I could put on a pair of skates and play now.
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The 2015 NFR action starts on Thursday, December 3rd and will be televised on CBS Sports. Click here for a TV schedule.

*A note from Heather – If you’ll be enjoying the NFR LIVE in Las Vegas, stop by to say “Hi” at the Cowboy Christmas (Hilton Las Vegas Convention Center) Silver Lining Herbs booth #3640 on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. where I’ll be signing (FREE) copies of my books. I’ll also be appearing at the Country Christmas (Sands) Alfalfa Express booth #1542 on Wednesday, December 9th, at 11:00 a.m. – with more books!

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