By Kendra Dickson
Gold Buckle Barrel Horses

      by, Kendra Dickson

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With a heart for God and an eye for horses, Kendra Dickson, is not just a barrel racer.  She is a cowgirl on a mission to Rodeo For A Reason. 

 Kendra enjoys training, teaching clinics, competing in the Women's Professional Rodeo Association, as well as, matching riders with the best possible horse.  She is a multiple Texas Circuit Finals Qualifier who has won money at some of the most prestigious pro rodeos in the world; including Rodeo Houston, Rodeo Austin, San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, the National Western in Denver, Colorado, Prescott Frontier Days, Sheridan, Wyoming and more.  Kendra was also the winner of the Jerry Ann Taylor Best Dressed Award at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo 2013. 

Rodeo For A Reason is a ministry combined of equine professionals who use their skill with horses to serve a greater purpose and reach people in need.  Kendra and her friends at Team Gold Buckle have been offering free barrel clinics since 2007 as an avenue to share their faith in Jesus Christ.  Team Gold Buckle riders often wear GOLD at rodeo events and commit a portion of their earnings to benefit children struggling with cancer.  Please visit to learn more about the mission and other great reasons to rodeo! 

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For the third consecutive year the Best Dressed WPRA barrel racer in the Finals at the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo will receive a $5,000 bonus check in memory of Cowgirl Hall of Famer Jerry Ann Taylor.  Combined the two cowgirls pictured—Jane Melby and Kendra Dickson--have collected $10,000 from the Jerry Ann Taylor Best Dressed fund.  Dickson (right), from Aubrey, Texas set the standard as the first winner in 2013 and Melby, formerly from Backus, Minn., but now solidly rooted in Burneyville, Okla., took home the big check in 2014. Who will win it in 2015?