Barrel Racing Tips

Sharon Camarillo of Lockeford, California, is a four-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, as well as a national intercollegiate rodeo champion. Sharon Camarillo of Lockeford, California, is a four-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier, as well as a national intercollegiate rodeo champion.

Barrel Racing Tips
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Three quick turns and a race home seems simple enough, right?
Take a closer look at barrel racing, and you’ll begin to see there’s a lot more going on than what initially meets the eye. The athleticism of balanced horses and riders who have the ability to move around a barrel in unison is fairly amazing.

In Barrel Racing Tips, Sharon Camarillo shows you the basics of barrel racing and provides training tips to improve, whether you're a beginner or experienced barrel racer.
Beyond basic foundation work, Barrel Racing Tips divides barrel racing into three elements: the approach, rate and turn. It all equals the A.R.T. of barrel racing.

The e-book also covers:
Drills and exercises to hone your barrel horse
Tips for riding to the first barrel
How to develop the perfect barrel turn

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