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Michelle Darling and Martini Make a Big Win In Reno

Michelle Darling and her horse Martini made three incredible runs at the Reno Rodeo and finished out the Championship Round with the fastest aggregate time of 51.37 in the barrel racing.

“Winning this rodeo is prestigious, I kind of went in there and made that run for Ivy Hurst, she lost her good horse Diddy and he won this rodeo,” Darling said.

With the goal of making it to the National Finals Rodeo this year, Darling and Martini are on the right track after this big win in Reno.

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