Rounding the third barrel: Alberta Barrel Racing Association’s (ABRA’s) first barrel jackpot of 2020 was held at the Calnash Ag Event Centre on Saturday, Jan. 4. The FCSS Winter Barrel Series Double Header had 68 entries in the open jackpot 1 and 68 in the open jackpot 2, as well as 30 entries in the pee wee jackpot 1 and 21 entries in the pee wee jackpot 2. Photos by Emily Jaycox

Top results from the FCSS Winter Barrel Series Double Header

The Alberta Barrel Racing Association’s (ABRA’s) first barrel jackpot of 2020 was held at the Calnash Ag Event Centre on Saturday, Jan. 4.

The FCSS Winter Barrel Series Double Header had 68 entries in the open jackpot 1 and 68 in the open jackpot 2, as well as 30 entries in the pee wee jackpot 1 and 21 entries in the pee wee jackpot 2.

Results:

Open Jackpot 1

1D – First, Amanda Holmberg on Sage, 17.791. Second, Melissa Thiessen on Starwar Fly, 17.854. Third, Blake Molle on Mercy, 18.110. Fourth, Brittany Strandquist on Drifter, 18.131. Fifth, Christine Drisner on Astra, 18.229.

Peewee Jackpot 1

1D- First, Molly Becker on Shay’s Snoopy, 18.564. Second, Josie Kosinki on Leroy, 22.527. Third, Olivia Wagstaff on Luna, 23.088.

Youth Jackpot in Youth 1

1D- First, Bobbi Anderson on Ultra, 18.479. Second, Brianne Vig on Wilson, 18.660. Third, Tess Rawlings on Major, 18.666.

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