Maggie Poloncic Holds Steady at No. 15 in the WPRA World Standings

Maggie Poloncic Sits Inside the Top 15 as she Capitalizes on Big Opportunities

Maggie Polanczyk, currently ranked No. 15 in the WPRA Barrel Racing Standings, reflects on her successful winter season.

Despite limited opportunities at big rodeos like San Antonio and Houston, Polonicic has capitalized on the events she was able to enter, including Denver and North Dakota, securing significant wins.

Poloncic’s success is attributed not only to her exceptional horse, Puff, but also to her dedication to fitness and training.

Poloncic has set her sights on future events, aiming to continue her momentum with plans to compete in qualifiers and big-money rodeos in Texas such as Rodeo Austin.

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