Conrado-Saebens, Ivy

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2019 Earnings:

2019 World Standings


Born: September 28, 1994
Hudson, Colo.
Joined the WPRA:
KN Fabs Gift of Fame "JLo" (11-year old palomino mare) - Sire: Frenchmans Fabulous/Dam: Mistys Dash of Fame; No Stopping My Rockin “Rock”(9-year old gelding); CFour Tibbie Stinson "Tibbie" (11-year old mare) - Sire: Eddie Stinson/Dam: Little Fancy Granny;
World Titles:
Wrangler NFR Qualifications:
4 (2016-19)0
Wrangler NFR average title:
1 (2019)


2019 Highlights

• Won NFR average title with a total time of 138.44 seconds on 10 runs and finished reserve world champion with $264,673. Placed in eight out of 10 rounds.
• Won the Washington State Fair & Rodeo (Puyallup)
• Finished second at the Eagle (Colorado) County Fair & Rodeo
• Finished second at the Magic Valley Stampede (Filer, Idaho)
• Finished second at the Mountain Valley Stamped Rodeo (Heber City, Utah)

Career Highlights

• 2018 - Finished the year ranked 6th with $196,385; Placed in six rounds at the Wrangler NFR winning the 5th round in a time of 13.49 seconds; Mountain States Circuit average champion; Won the All American Rodeo (Waco, Texas), Gooding (Idaho) Pro Rodeo, the Dick Stull Memorial Rodeo (Sterling, Colo.) and the 4th Annual Ridin’ and Riggin’ Days. Finished second at the Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo, Kitsap Stampede (Bremerton, Wash.), Mandan (N.D.) Rodeo and at Strawberry Days Rodeo (Pleasant Grove, Utah)
• 2017 - Finished second in the average at the Wrangler NFR with a total time of 137.40 seconds on 10 runs. Finished the year ranked 5th with $232,521 after collecting $154,340 at the Wrangler NFR and moved from 14th to 5th in the final standings. Placed in eight out of 10 rounds tying for first in round five. Won the Magic Valley Stampede (Filer, Idaho), the Dick Stull Memorial Rodeo (Sterling Colo.), the Ute Mountain Roundup (Cortez, Colo.), the Days of '47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo Qualifier (Salt Lake City) and Parada Del Sol (Scottsdale, Ariz.); Finished second at the Yuma (Colo.) County Fair & Rodeo, Douglas County Fair and Rodeo (Castle Rock, Colo.), the Gooding (Idaho) Pro Rodeo, the Kitsap Stampede (Bremerton, Wash.), the Central Wyoming Fair and Rodeo (Casper), the Wrangler Champions Challenge (Redding, Calif.), the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo and at the Rowell Ranch Rodeo (Hayward, Calif.)
• 2016 - Entered her first Wrangler NFR ranked 4th. Finished the year ranked 8th with $161,775 and placed in four rounds at the Wrangler NFR; Won Washington State Fair Pro Rodeo (Puyallup), the Champions Challenge in Pasadena, Texas, the Horse Heaven Round-Up (Kennewick, Wash., the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the Champions Challenge in Spanish Fork, Utah, setting a new arena record in a time of 16.65 seconds, the Helldorado Days Rodeo (Las Vegas, Nev.), the Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo (Kissimmee, Fla.) and the Fort Worth (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo; finished second at the San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo and second at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver
• 2015 - Finished fifth in the WPRA Rookie of the Year race and was 36th in the WPRA World standing with $34,772. Won the final round at the Reno (Nev.) Rodeo and was second in the average; won the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo (Castle Rock, Colo.); finished second at the Washington State Fair Pro Rodeo in Puyallup.


KN Fabs Gift of Fame "JLo" reserve 2018 & 2019 AQHA/WPRA Barrel Racing Horse of the Year; CFour Tibbie Stinson was named 2016 AQHA/WPRA Barrel Racing Horse of the Year.


Husband, PRCA Team Roper Billie Jack Saebens...Father, Kelly; mother, Cody; sister, Paige...When Ivy was still a young girl, she was at the futurity in Fort Smith, Ark., with her family and got into a wreck while riding one of the young horses there. The accident kept her from the saddle for awhile. Enter Little Fancy Granny, also known as Racie. Just about four when the Conrados got her, Racie became Conrado’s therapy with the then nine year old girl spending hours in the saddle on the mare. Racie loved running barrels and soon took nearly every member of the family to the winner’s circle. Ivy won the Wrangler Junior High School State Finals twice on Racie. In her last win at the Junior High Finals, Racie was actually bred to the Dash Ta Fame son Eddie Stinson. The embryo that was flushed out following the win was Tibbie. Because Ivy was also busy competing in volleyball including Junior Olympics, she never went to the High School Finals with Racie and took a break from riding through her high school years. Meanwhile, Conrado’s dad, Kelly, put Racie’s filly into training, winning big during her four year old futurity season...According to Ivy, Tibbie is a prima donna but then also dirty tough. She loves treats and kisses. Life is pretty serious when you put a saddle on her...Favorite color is dark purple despite her lucky blue shirt she wore to win Ft. Worth and the RNCFR that was given to her by Jimmie Munroe, who wore the same shirt when she competed in the NFR. Favorite road snack is kettle chips and would like Jennifer Lawrence or Emma Watson to play her in a movie about her life as they are two of her favorites...Prefers female horses to male horses...Sponsored by Wrangler, Horseware Ireland, Renew Gold, Zesterra, Vista Equine Colorado, Techmix, MVP, CSI Saddle Pads, Cowboy Classic, Horse Hydrator, Elgin Vet