Barrels racing is an intense and demanding event that demands excellent physical conditioning from both horse and rider. To participate effectively, horses must be agile, quick-witted and have great endurance and speed; riders must possess good balance as they navigate their mount through an obstacle-filled course.
Barrel Racing is the main professional rodeo sport for women and is co-sanctioned with the PRCA to allow women to participate in rodeo events. This event has become increasingly popular across both America and Canada.
Banjo is an outstanding gelding who’s ready to find his forever home. A top barrel horse with lots of potential for the right rider, Banjo has been rodeo tested and proven himself a fantastic all-around barrel horse. By seven s sparks gold out of Mistys Spin N Tip. he placed third at Gulf Coast Barrel Racing Association finals Open 1D barrels competition!
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2. Lady Bug
Lady Bug is an attractive barrel prospect started at 6666 Ranches by Terry Riddle and now trained with Dena Kirkpatrick; their trainer believes she possesses all of the capabilities for success in all disciplines.
Little has qualified twice for the World Natural Horse Finals on horses that she owns or previously owned, including former aged event standout Firewaters Cash. Additionally, she rode Flicka Bullion (Flicka), sired by Bully Bullion out of Another Flick Bug by Lady Bugs Moon; Flicka was initially owned and started by Lynn Hamilton of Aurora Colorado before later purchased by Sheryl DeGroft (formerly from Wooster Ohio), who campaigned her as futurity horse before selling it on to Little.
Flo is an extremely gentle mare who would make an ideal companion for any beginner all-around rider or trail rider looking to advance. She stands well for farriering, vet visits, grooming services and baths!
Her pedigree features some of the industry’s top moneymakers such as Pie In The Sky, Shawne Bug Leo and The Signature; making her an excellent candidate as a future barrel horse or broodmare. Currently competing at barrel racing events around the country and placing at every competition she ran including Old Fort Days Open Championship, Patriot Open Barrel Futurity Consolation Champion and Diamonds N Dirt Barrel Futurity open slot competition.
3. Lil Wayne
American Quarter Horses wouldn’t have earned their considerable earnings and world championship titles without their riders, which is why AQHA takes great pleasure in honoring them with its Barrel Racing World Champion Awards program. Now in its 26th year, this program recognizes speed event winners through this honor program.
Featured Listing: An AQHA Barrel Racing Prospect for sale for $16,000 at Weatherford, TX 76086 and with private sale details.
Streakin Lil Wayne is sired by A Streak Of Fling and out of Lady Bug Biankus (proven 1D barrel mare and pole winner, full sibling to Wrangler Biankus). She has won jackpots at pro rodeos across Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan and Georgia – she makes for an enjoyable barrel horse experience that could potentially win you money! As she stands 15hh she would make an ideal addition to any collection and is ready to win you money!
4. Grey Badger
Grey Badger is an accomplished barrel horse sire. His progeny are successful in barrel racing, roping, and reining disciplines. Sired by Dash Ta Fame – an immensely popular barrel racing stallion who produced multiple world champions. Grey Badger himself was sired by multiple futurity winners and stakes placed horses, including NM Streaknbadger!
Grey Badger was born in Oklahoma and began racing at three. His first race against an experienced mare ended up being won, even though he was new and unfamiliar with racing. From then on he continued winning races across Oklahoma as part of an extensive race career that lasted 13 years!
He is a kind and gentle stallion with an extremely pleasing temperament, trainable mind and incredible athleticism. A “Jack of All Trades,” he’s ideal for all riders of any discipline or experience level; farrier-friendly grooming sessions, bath time bathing routines – ready to work right out the gate as an all-around horse or cowhorse for beginners!
He is the full brother to TR Dashing Badger (LTE $202,680+) and half brother to NB Ladybird (172,000+LTE), Thomaz, and Heavens Illuminated ($217,000+ LTE). Born from generations of cow horse and cutting performers, he possesses the innate sense of cow sense essential in any arena environment.