What are the best barrel horse bloodlines?

What are the best barrel horse bloodlines?

Top 5 Barrel Racing Sires of 2019

  • PC Frenchmans Hayday. 1995 palomino (Sun Frost-Caseys Charm by Tiny Circus)
  • Frenchmans Fabulous. 1998 palomino (Frenchmans Guy-Caseys Charm by Tiny Circus)
  • Slick By Design. 2007 black (Designer Red-Dreams Of Blue by Dream On Dancer)
  • Frenchmans Guy.
  • Dash Ta Fame.

Who is the best barrel racer?

Charmayne James

Discipline Barrel racing
Born June 23, 1970 Boerne, Texas
Major wins/Championships 11 WPRA World Barrel Racing Championships 7 NFR Average Titles
Lifetime achievements Career earnings $1,896,568 through 2002

Is Frenchman’s guy still alive?

Leading sire Frenchmans Guy was laid to rest August 15, 2021, at the age of 34.

What kind of horse is chongo?


How much does a top barrel racing horse cost?

Barrel racing horses on average can cost anywhere from $2,000-$40,000. However, some top-quality barrel racing horses can cost $50,000 or more. Prices will vary based on age, training, show record, conformation, and bloodlines.

How many foals did frenchmans guy have?

Since his first breeding season in 1991, Frenchmans Guy has sired more than 1,300 American Quarter Horse Association-registered foals, with his largest breeding season in 2008 with 134.

Who ran Frenchmans Guy?

Deb Myers
Frenchmans Guy, the palomino stud owned by Bill and Deb Myers of St. Onge, S.D. died at the age of 34. The horse changed the rodeo world and the Myers’ world as well.

Who is the best barrel horse sire of all time?

As Equi-Stat’s All-Time Leading Living Barrel Horse Sire, Frenchmans Guy’s legacy is well assured. A young Fallon Taylor with her mount, Dr Nick Bar, at Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo in July 1992. Photo by Kenneth Springer. The legendary Flit Bar was already a world champion barrel horse sire when his son Dr Nick Bar hit the ground in 1979.

How many barrel racing records have been set by proven sires?

Those four were by proven barrel horses themselves or by racing sires. That’s a vast change from when Equi-Stat first started keeping barrel racing records. Leading sires were largely racehorses whose offspring were purchased off the track to gamble on the cloverleaf.

Are there any sires that never barrel race?

A little record keeping and promotion of bloodlines throughout the years has changed everything. Of the 25 leading sires who never barrel raced, 22 were racehorses and three were all-around performance sires with offspring excelling in a variety of events, from cutting and reining to roping.

Do all barrel horses have an Equi-Stat record?

In fact, all have an Equi-Stat record with the exception of one—due to age; Equi-Stat didn’t exist when he ran. An additional four were bred for the barrel arena, but never competed or compiled an Equi-Stat record due to injury or the circumstances of life. Those four were by proven barrel horses themselves or by racing sires.