A Brand New Barrel Racing Podcast

Looking for a barrel racing podcast to listen to while you are riding or on a long drive between rodeos?

Want to learn more about the sport of barrel racing and horses in general?

Curious about the life of an amateur barrel racer?

If so, then I have the barrel racing podcast for you! Introducing A Cowgirl and her Horse, the podcast! Yep, you read that right. A Cowgirl and her Horse has now moved into the podcast world with a brand new podcast all about barrel racing, horses and the life of an amateur barrel racer.

Where to Find the Podcast?

As of right now, A Cowgirl and her Horse the podcast is on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and PublicRadio. Here are the links:

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Apple Podcasts

Google Podcasts




Pocket Casts


What is the Podcast About?

Episode one of the podcast will go into detail about what this brand new barrel racing podcast will be all about. However, I can give you a bit of insight here.

First and foremost, I have started this podcast to chronicle my own journey as an amateur barrel racer. There are a couple of professional barrel racers that have their own barrel racing podcasts but I feel like I offer a unique take on the sport by being on the amateur level. The experience of an amateur barrel racer is much different from that of a professional. From balancing work and horses to learning everything that is involved with being a successful barrel racer, the life of an amateur barrel racer is rarely straight-forward or easy. As such, I plan to have this barrel racing podcast go into all of the details that come along with competing in this sport on the amateur level.

Next, I hope that this barrel racing podcast can be a source of information for fellow amateur barrel racers and even some more seasoned competitors. In general, I really believe that the barrel racing community can always benefit from more education. Not only do I hope to educate others about the sport of barrel racing itself, but I am also hoping that listeners will learn a thing or two about horses in general. Horse health, tack, training. A little bit of everything.

Lastly, I plan to motivate and improve the mental game of those who listen to this barrel racing podcast. Yes, barrel racing takes a lot of work in terms of conditioning and physical practice. However, it also takes an extreme amount of mental preparation. This is something I myself have struggled with a lot over the course of my barrel racing career and have been working very hard to improve. On the podcast I will be sharing the tips and tricks I have learned to strengthen my mental game and become a fierce competitor.728x90 general

Get in Touch

If you listen to the podcast and like what you hear, please subscribe on whatever platform you choose to listen. Subscribing will ensure that you don’t miss an episode and are notified when new episodes are released.

I would also ask that, if you like what you hear, leave a rating and review for the podcast (five stars please!). Rating the podcast helps other fellow barrel racers find the podcast and enjoy it just like you have!

Lastly, if you use the Anchor app, you have the ability to leave voice memos for me. If you have a question you would like answered, a topic you would like discussed, or just want to say hi, leave a voice memo. You may even get your voice memo aired on the podcast and will be entered into a draw for a horsey prize.

Finish Line Thoughts

I hope you enjoy this every new barrel racing podcast. It has been a long time in coming and I am super excited to see where it goes. Please let me know what you like, don’t like, and what you would like to hear on the podcast. Also remember to tell your friends!

And, remember, it’s always a #gooddaytoride.


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