OTRR is dedicated to getting inside the mind of the rodeo athlete, and showing what makes this amazing competitor continue on. Our goal is to showcase the inspiration, motivation and the determination outside of the arena and what carries them mentally to each rodeo……where motivation meets determination and the story gets told.
If you missed Part One with Carley, please check it out here. How do you keep yourself and horses fresh for competition? On days off I try to ride my horses away from the arena. I just try to find a pasture or a trail and let them relax. Like I said before, I think any horse out here having success has to love their job. They might not necessarily love running barrels, but maybe they love pleasing their jockey....either way they have to Read more »
First off this year has to be a dream come true, you have dominated! So lets start with your background.. tell OTRR Fans about your history in the arena? I started riding as soon as I could walk. My Dad ranches and team roped so he took my sisters and I to the junior rodeos when we were old enough to walk. I started on a pony named Okie. I also breakaway roped and tied goats in high school. Tell us about the horses in your trailer and your Read more »
If you missed Part One.. Please check it out here. How do you keep yourself and horses fresh for competition? I try to keep myself fresh by getting as much sleep as I can. It is very tiring sometimes driving all night to a rodeo and getting there and having to run within the next hour or two. I also like to try and find fun things to do with friends like going to the movies, mini golf, bowling, etc. I keep my horses fresh by taking the Read more »