Barrel Racing coming to Waterloo

The Finger Lakes Barrel Racing Association is excited to present the first annual “Live Like Lindsey Small Town Throw Down Turn-N-Burn” barrel racing event at the Seneca County Fairgrounds, in Waterloo. Exhibitions are slated to begin at 6PM, and spectator admission is free! The event’s namesake, Lindsey Mockerman, was the 17 year old niece of FLBRA President Cliff Maus, who was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident in Colorado, along with her 18 year old boyfriend.The Finger Lakes Barrel Racing Association is a fledgling organization that was formed to raise awareness of local barrel racing, and to provide future opportunities to members to compete for points, and a championship in the 2015 season.Primary sponsors of the FLBRA are Live Like Lindsey, SpazmanSpins DJ Entertainment, Mitchell Western Wear, and Hot Country K101.7/104.5. You can find the Finger Lakes Barrel Racing Association online by visiting Facebook.

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