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The Barrel Racing Tips Podcast hosted by Heather Smith has a very clear mission - which is to help barrel racers WIN in the arena and in LIFE with education, inspiration and implementation for developing educated, confident, and competitive equine athletes.

You can listen in on your favorite podcast app, including iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, TuneIn, Spotify and more.

You'll gain valuable insights for bringing out you and your horse's greatest potential for maximum positive results in competition, in a way that honors your horse's physical and mental well-being every step of the way. 

The Barrel Racing Tips Podcast shares tips for advancing your horsemanship skills, offering the best possible horse health care, as well as building emotional fitness and a sharp mental game for horse and human alike - for high-level achievement without compromise!

If you're ready to take every aspect of your barrel racing to the next level, then WELCOME - you're in the right place!

Jun 26, 2019

In episode SEVENTY-SIX I shared why achieving roundness through a horse’s midsection – both latitudinally and longitudinally, is so important, plus how to achieve it.

For many more barrel racing resources, visit BarrelRacingTips.com.

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Jun 19, 2019

In episode SEVENTY-FIVE I shared the audio from a LIVE Barrel Racing Tips QnA session. Join me LIVE, Tuesdays at 6PM Central (4 PST / 5 MTN / 7 EST) on Social Media for QnA Tuesdays!

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Jun 12, 2019

In episode SEVENTY-FOUR I shared what to expect when chasing your barrel racing dreams, plus some encouragement for the journey - and why you don't have a choice.

For many more barrel racing resources, visit BarrelRacingTips.com.

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Jun 5, 2019

In episode SEVENTY-THREE I shared some quick tips and considerations for correcting a horse that comes wide off the first barrel (or any barrel), and how slowing down can help speed us up.

For many more barrel racing resources, visit BarrelRacingTips.com.

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