Four decades ago, a young woman named Lyn Anderson competed in a reined cow horse event at the Salinas Rodeo. The open finals had come down to just five riders: Anderson and four men. With only one rider left to go, the three big-name trainers came up and started congratulating her for the win—because the last rider was having a lot of problems with his cow.

Sarah Dawson, one of a rising number of female trainers making a name for themselves in open performance horse events, is shown competing in NRCHA’s Hackamore Classic. 


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