Cheyanne Guillory finished the Cowboy Christmas run earning $14,375 in inspiring fashion.
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Hope Thompson’s Super Chrome Ink bounces back from shoeing mishap to help advance her to the WCRA Days of ’47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo Gold Medal Round.
Bradi Good won the WCRA Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo third semi-finals performance during a thunderstorm with a 2.58-second run, to advance to the Gold Medal Round.
Tacy Kay Webb laid down a 2.4-second run as the first breakaway roper out in the second performance of the WCRA Days of ’47 semi-finals to advance to Saturday night’s Gold Medal Round.
Crawford tells the story of the horse she just won the first-ever Ruby Buckle Breakaway aboard: 7-year-old gelding Peppin Up My Step by Prime Talent out of the Hickorys Indian Pep mare La Peppy Pep.
In a comeback story for the ages, Jill Tanner's Tombstone goes from long-retired NFR head horse to American breakaway champ.
After the loss of her great horse Roy, Anna Bahe will tap James Barton's AQHA Junior Tie-Down Roping World Champion Stud Mamas Duel N At Boon for the inaugural National Finals of Breakaway Roping.
Jackie Crawford relies on her friendship with world-class vet Dr. Steve Allday, creator of LubriSynHA, for much of her horse-care regimen. We tapped Dr. Allday for his no-brainer strategies to keep breakaway horses sound.
Your breakaway horse might not be performing at his best, and it's tempting to take him to the practice pen for a tuning session. But that's not always the right answer, says 19-time WPRA World Champion Jackie Crawford, because your horse could be trying to tell you he's hurting.
Cassie (Bahe) Latham and Anna Bahe had to do one of the hardest things as a horse owner: put down their great horse Roy, just months before competing at the inaugural National Finals of Breakaway Roping.