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Barrel horse trainer Dena Kirkpatrick diagrams her methods of patterning a barrel horse. Get Dena's system here: https://www.aqha.com/daily/training/2016/training-archive/barrel-racing-patterning/

Barrel horse trainer Dena Kirkpatrick diagrams her methods of patterning a barrel horse. Get Dena's system here: https://www.aqha.com/daily/training/2016/training-archive/barrel-racing-patterning/

BARREL RACING High cantle with deep pocket seat to hold you in. "Hip hugger" ridge around the back of the seat. High horn to hold on to. Shorter skirts. Rigging is simple in-skirt.-SR

BARREL RACING High cantle with deep pocket seat to hold you in. "Hip hugger" ridge around the back of the seat. High horn to hold on to. Shorter skirts. Rigging is simple in-skirt.-SR

Four-Leaf Clover  Approach the right or left barrel in the far corner as you would your first barrel on a typical pattern. If you take your first barrel to the right, work counter-clockwise; if the left barrel is your starting point, move clockwise. To finish, stop at the rate point of the next barrel.

Four-Leaf Clover Approach the right or left barrel in the far corner as you would your first barrel on a typical pattern. If you take your first barrel to the right, work counter-clockwise; if the left barrel is your starting point, move clockwise. To finish, stop at the rate point of the next barrel.

Barrel horse trainer Dena Kirkpatrick diagrams her methods of patterning a barrel horse. Get Dena's system here: http://americashorsedaily.com/barrel-racing-patterning/

Barrel horse trainer Dena Kirkpatrick diagrams her methods of patterning a barrel horse. Get Dena's system here: http://americashorsedaily.com/barrel-racing-patterning/

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