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post #21 of 49 Old 10-20-2010, 10:25 PM
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My fastest time on Jerk(my 12hand pony) was a 14.2 that won the champ saddle. My fastest time on cheasepeake(my 28 yr old horse) was a 13 flat on a standard rodeo pattern. I also have a few OTTBs that I run and they get any where from 14s to 16s
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post #22 of 49 Old 10-21-2010, 07:57 AM
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My fastest time on cheasepeake(my 28 yr old horse) was a 13 flat on a standard rodeo pattern.
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It must not be a standard pattern, then. The fastest time on a "standard" pattern was run earlier this year by Nicole Aichele. (16.643)
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well I meant the standard for our ranchs rodeo not a PRCA standard
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well I meant the standard for our ranchs rodeo not a PRCA standard
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A "standard" is not a standard unless it has set dimensions that can be compared from arena to arena.

The standard pattern accepted by the WPRA is:

90 feet between barrel 1 and 2
105 feet between barrel 1 and 3 and also between barrel 2 and 3
60 feet from the plane of barrel 1 and 2, to the timer
20 feet from any barrel to the arena fence
You can see this diagram:



THAT is a standard pattern.

Any other pattern at any other rodeo is not "standard" because the pattern is made based on the arena size. Most arenas are not large enough to fit a standard pattern in it, so most arenas have smaller patterns.

So you really can't compare 2 runs to one another unless they were both run on the standard WPRA pattern, because the arena size may be different.

As buckoff stated, the world record on a standard pattern is a 16.643

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A "standard" is not a standard unless it has set dimensions that can be compared from arena to arena.

The standard pattern accepted by the WPRA is:

90 feet between barrel 1 and 2
105 feet between barrel 1 and 3 and also between barrel 2 and 3
60 feet from the plane of barrel 1 and 2, to the timer
20 feet from any barrel to the arena fence
You can see this diagram:



THAT is a standard pattern.

Any other pattern at any other rodeo is not "standard" because the pattern is made based on the arena size. Most arenas are not large enough to fit a standard pattern in it, so most arenas have smaller patterns.

So you really can't compare 2 runs to one another unless they were both run on the standard WPRA pattern, because the arena size may be different.

As buckoff stated, the world record on a standard pattern is a 16.643
Thank you. Great explanation.
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post #26 of 49 Old 10-27-2010, 11:33 AM
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I saw a girl run a 13.7ish at a BIG rodeo in San Antonio, it was a qualifier for nfr and a million dollar rodeo.

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post #28 of 49 Old 10-29-2010, 11:13 PM
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Fastest I have ran was 18 or something (I just started so it was really good for us)

Fastest I have ever seen on a standard pattern was 15.05 or something crazy. It was the winner of the 13 and under AQHA congress. She had everyone in the crowd yelling it was amazing!
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post #29 of 49 Old 11-05-2010, 03:30 PM
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Romeo and I are just starting but his fastest time was 18 sec. In a medium sized arena. Of course we were practicing, and that night of the show he ran like a 25... =/

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post #30 of 49 Old 11-05-2010, 03:47 PM
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My fastest time was on a gelding name Happy. He was 17 years old and my time was:
20.7 seconds, my fastest.
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