2021’s Show Schedule. • May 7-9 Blast Off Double Down Super Series, Clinton ON • June 4-6 Springarama, location TBD • June 25-27 Sherwood Double Down Super Se- ries, Lynn ON • July 9-11 Summer Classic, Clinton ON • July 23-25 Hot 2 Trot Barrel Blitz, Odessa ON • August 27-29 Big Oak Farm Double Down Super

for OBRA in 2021. We have shows that are located all over Ontario and have great money added. Our shows have classes for everyone to compete in, no matter their desired level of competition. Down below is our show schedule for 2021.

did its best to create safe and fun events for every- one during these times of uncertainty. We had shows placed all over Ontario while still following COVID-19 protocols and we intend to do the same thing in 2021! We have worked hard to create a full schedule

host fun filled shows while following COVID-19 guidelines. 2020 was a tough year for many. The OBRA

ceeds of OBRA activities will be returned to tasks that benefit the members and promote speed events in Ontario. During the year of 2020, OBRA did its best to

speed event competitors, by providing events with adequate prize money and encouraging the breed- ing and training of horses specifically for speed events. As OBRA is a nonprofit organization, all pro-

icated to promoting, sanctioning and hosting pro- fessional barrel racing events across Ontario. We seek to improve the skills and abilities of

By Alexis Weaver The Ontario Barrel Racing Association is ded-

Series, Woodslee ON • September 4-6 Paris Rumble Run of Summer, Paris On • September 24 Milton Fair • October 10 Erin Fair • October 15-17 OBRA Grand Slam Finals Futurity Super Series, Clinton ON ** all dates and locations are tentative as we follow the pandemic closely. We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021 and can’t wait to be back barrel racing!

troduce Alexis Weaver. Alexis will be joining OBRA’s list of volunteers as a media coordinator. Alexis is currently taking courses in graphic design and will be handling the OBRA media pages. We are excited to have Alexis join the team !!!

2021 season and can’t wait to see all my barrel racing friends again!

family and I can contribute and help the association! I am so excited for the

warmly welcomed into the OBRA family and have made so many awesome friends. I am so glad that my

Weaver! I started barrel rac- ing with OBRA in the spring of 2020! OBRA has helped me grow into a much better rider and competitor. My family and I were

A message from Alexis My name is Alexis

OBRA is excited to in- CRHRA News Continued from Page 6

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Belinda Taggart’s Starfire Farm has produced many champion racing Quarter

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old filly finished her year with 4 wins, including a stakes win in the PRINCESS DERBY. With three seconds and one third place finish ONE KOOL DYNASTY was the

highest earning and high point horse at Ajax Downs in 2020. ONE KOOL DYNASTY is also the leading candidate for AQHA CANADIAN CHAMPION from Ontario. Brooks is proud to have fueled Belinda’s successful racing and breeding

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