|Shada Brazile accepting congratulations from the crowd at the
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo
Shada Brazile recently began using APF Pro to support her horse’s all-out effort at barrel racing — and has already won big on Big Boy, capturing the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo’s barrel racing competition.
After her big win, she let us know her thoughts on using APF Pro.
My horse got it before every run in San Antonio! It works best when I give it one hour before I run and I give 14cc.
I have about a fourth of a bottle left so I would love to have some more!
Thank you so much!!!
Shada, you are very welcome. And you will definitely get more APF Pro.
Congratulations to you and to Big Boy!
Shada’s big win was featured in several newspapers and websites. The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association had an article with more information.
Brazile dials in biggest win of career
by Jolee Lautaret
San Antonio, Texas-Another big time rodeo championship is headed home to Decatur, Texas in the Brazile rig. Only instead of rodeo’s all-time money winning cowboy Trevor taking home the hardware, this time around the title goes to his barrel racing wife, Shada.
Shada claimed the “biggest win of my life” at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo on Saturday night, February 23. After winning the final round for $12,445, Brazile was named the Champion as the high money winning barrel racer of the rodeo.
It was a journey that began over a year ago when Brazile acquired Dial It Fast, a son of Dashin is Easy by the Easy Jet mare Dial It In. Though the gelding had no rodeo experience, Brazile set out on the road.
“We rodeoed all last year, just trying to figure each other out,” says Brazile of the now 7-year old gelding she calls Big Boy.
And the local news ran this story.
A Brazile wins at S.A. Rodeo, but it’s Trevor’s wife Shada
By Richard Oliver, Staff Writer
Updated 12:38 am, Sunday, February 24, 2013
Shada and Big Boy showing them how it’s done.
As expected, a Brazile took home a big check Saturday night in the finals of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.
But it wasn’t Trevor Brazile, the winningest cowboy in the sport’s history.
Moments after the celebrated $4.5 million competitor failed to lasso his calf in the tie-down roping championship round, his wife, Shada, blazed through the barrel racing in 13.93 seconds to capture that crown.