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- ‘The No. 1 ranked barrel racer in the world picked up another $2,500 with a fourth-place finish.’
- ‘She qualified for the national meet with a second-place ranking among high school barrel racers in Iowa.’
- ‘At 53, Walker became the second-oldest barrel racer ever to win a world title - a noteworthy achievement on its own.’
- ‘The 22-year-old barrel racer became the sixth Utahan to win the title.’
- ‘It is a reality show that is all about life on the rodeo circuit for a group of women that are barrel racers.’
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