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FILLMORE, CA 6/14/13
co-approved & junior barrel races, rescheduled
to 6/21/13. •6/12/13
MOLALLA, OR 7/3 - 7/6/13 rodeo, slack changed
to July 6, 8:00am. •5/14/13WINDOW ROCK,
AZ 7/3 - 7/5/13 rodeo, slack will be: July
2 8:00am; July 5 8:00am.
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and Louie Turn Up the Heat in Round 5
By Ted Harbin
12/7/10Benette Barrington of Lubbock,
Texas, posted the fastest run of her first Wrangler
National Finals during Monday's fifth go-round.
It was the fourth-best run of the night.
Jill Moody of Letcher, S.D., who has placed in four
of five go-rounds, circled the cloverleaf pattern
in 13.63 seconds, a blistering time.
It was the second-best run of the night.
Lisa Lockhart of Oelrichs, S.D., earned her second
go-round victory of this year's Wrangler NFR with
the fastest run so far, a 13.62, riding Louie, which
once was her backup horse. With Chism on the shelf
with an injury from a practice-run fall early last
week, An Oakie With Cash might just get Lockhart's
top-hand award at this year's championship.
At the halfway point of the championship, the pair
has placed in four rounds and earned $50,371.
"I thought he worked phenomenally well,"
Lockhart said of Louie, a 7-year-old buckskin gelding
out of Lady Kaweah Cash by Biebers Oakie. "He
felt really focused, just like he did on the first
cumulative time of 69.32 seconds is No. 2 in the
Wrangler NFR average race behind Moody, who, while
riding TR Dashing Badger, has a 69.01 on five runs.
Moody has earned $45,475 heading into Tuesday's
"You can't control what happens," Lockhart
said. "If we can keep making money, it will
set us up for the long run."
The ladies of the Women's Professional Rodeo Association
competing at the Wrangler NFR set a new standard
this season when 10 times were posted in less than
14 seconds. On Monday, eight cowgirls were in the
13s, and the indication is that type of performance
"The competition is just keeps getting better
and better," Lockhart said. "It's every
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