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“Can’t quite wrap my mind around this one,” said Hailey Kinsel in a Facebook post after her run at the Dodge City Roundup yesterday afternoon. And to be honest, we cant either. Hailey Kinsel and her horse DM Sissy Hayday aka “Sister” break records in nearly every arena they enters, like the Thomas and Mack at the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo with a 13.11, and the Calgary Stampede Arena at the 2019 Calgary Stampede with a 16.93, just to name a few… Hailey Kinsel and Sister’s 16.63 second run is not only the fastest time of the rodeo, but it is unofficially the FASTEST time at a WPRA on a standard pattern AND not to mention Kinsel and Sister were last out on the ground… “I made a pretty big bobble in the first round at Dodge City and knew we had to be pretty fast to make it back. Drew up last on the ground in my second round but the game plan couldn’t change. Sister not only gave me spot in the finals but ran what is unofficially the fastest time ever on a standard pattern at a WPRA rodeo, 16.63. Definitely one of the coolest nights of my career so far. I’m overwhelmed by everybody’s support, God’s blessings and this amazing mare’s ability and try. Even with a gnarly stumble last night in the short we finished up 2nd in the average. Congrats Bryanna on your outstanding performance and win!! Thank you to those who support us and keep Sister feeling her best so she can go do stuff like this… #justgonnasendit #thankyouJesus thank you to this committee for the great ground and for working so hard to have your rodeo, we are grateful!” continued Hailey Kinsel in her Facebook post. Check out Hailey Kinsel and Sister’s run below:

Can’t quite wrap my mind around this one. I made a pretty big bobble in the first round at Dodge City and knew we had to…

Posted by Hailey Kinsel on Monday, August 3, 2020
Congrats to Hailey and Sister on another record-breaking year! Relive the moment Hailey Kinsel broke the barrel racing arena record at the 2017 WNFR here.