Where there is a will, there is a way.

When I started barrel racing, I had no arena, no cowboy boots, no barrel racing saddle and no entry fee money. But I hunted up three old trash cans and put them on a little spot of ground in my grandmother's meadow. Grandma's hay crop was not too good that year, but my barrel racing sure improved!

Being a goal setter is a must for every barrel racer. You've got to WANT the win! You have to set the goal, want it and then go for it.


Keep These Simple Principles In Mind So You Will Enjoy Your Barrel Racing


  1. Be prepared. Do your homework and then let your training work for you.


  1. Back off when things are not going as you have planned. This will allow you to gain the proper perspective needed to find the solution to your problems.


  1. Convert mistakes into learning opportunities.


  1. Haul with people who enjoy the sport and make it enjoyable for you.

WHAT TO EXPECT AT A JOSEY CLINIC!

Martha adjusting her bit.

Terry giving saddling safety demonstration.

Ty explains that our most often asked questions are about bits.

Sandra offers proper bit adjustments.

Elaine speaks about the importance of horse health.

R.E. helps with First Barrel.

We always start our clinics with Back to Basics with Mark Burt.

Martha talks all students through their runs.

Barrel work in the back arena.

Gary explains proper technique with poles.

Pam gives leg wrap demonstrations.

Lisa helps with Second Barrel.

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