Britany Diaz

Britany Diaz


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Background

Britany Diaz is a professional barrel racer who lives in Desdemona, Texas. The North Dakota native has earned $432,191 since joining the Women's Professional Rodeo Association in 2008. Britany's life revolves around rodeo. Britany spends her time training for her runs and supporting her husband, Isaac Diaz, who is a professional saddle bronc rider. Britany is a Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Canadian Finals Rodeo, and circuit finals qualifier.

Career highlights include:

  • 2008 NDRA Barrel Racing Champion
  • 2008 NDRA & NRCA All - Around Cowgirl Champion
  • 9 X Badlands Circuit Finals Qualifier
  • 2009 Badlands Circuit Champion
  • Numerous time Badlands Circuit Horse of the Year Award
  • 2010 Finished 17 in World WPRA standings
  • 2010 Finished 4th in Canadian World Standings
  • 2011 NFR Qualifier
  • 2012 Broke Arena Record in Greeley, CO and still hold it with a 16.94
  • 2012 Finished top 20 in world standings
  • 2013 Arena record holder in Rapid City, SD with a 12.40
  • 2013 CFR qualifier
  • 2014 NFR Qualifier
  • 2014 Finished 4th in average at NFR and finished 5th in world standings
  • 2014 Rootie won Reserve AQHA Horse of the Year
  • 2014 Rootie won Horse with the Most Heart at NFR
  • 2014 Reserve Canadian Champion
  • 2014 Canadian Season Leader
  • 2014 Rootie was the first horse from the United States to win the Canadian Horse of the Year title
  • 2015 Finished top 35 in World Standings
  • 2016 Finished top 5 in ERA World Standings

Isaac and Britany have a large variety of horses on their place.  Birtany is in the process of training several young horses and they are flushing embryos on her good mares.  "I cant wait for the babies but also cant wait for it to be done so I can get back on the road."

"My rodeo horses are so different. All of our horses get unlimited grass either in the pasture or grass hay. In Texas its usually coastal.  My rodeo horses, colts I ride every day and my broodmares get a flake of alfalfa morning and night.  One doesn't get alfalfa as she ties up."

"My broodmares get one coffee can of senior equine both morning and night.  My 2 & 3 year-olds get the Strategy Healthy Edge. One coffee can, once a day.  Rootie and my rope horse gets one coffee can of Omelene 200 morning and night. I am a stickler about feeding my horses at the same time every morning so go out at 6:00 to grain.  They all get turned out during the day and come in at night around 7:00."

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