TOP SHELF BREEDERS ANNOUNCES SECOND ANNUAL EVENT WILL PAY A PROJECTED $300,000 DURING OCTOBER RACE
Top Shelf Breeders (TSB) recently announced that their 2023 Annual Event will payout a projected $300,000 and offer $100,000 in added money and awards. The year-end event is hosted in Fallon, Nevada, October 26-28 at the Rafter 3C Arena.
“With 2022 being such a great inaugural year for Top Shelf Breeders, we couldn’t be more appreciative of participants,” said Rachelle Smith-Mose, TSB Owner. “We look forward to an even bigger event in 2023 and look forward to contributing to the West Coast barrel racing community.”
The three-day event will allow barrel racers to compete in futurity, derbies, youth and senior, and slot races. In 2022, Top Shelf Breeders paid nearly $200,000 at their 2022 finals event.
The 2023 payout is as follows:
TSB 2D Sweepstakes: $ 10,000.00
TSB Futurity: $ 15,000.00 + awards
TSB Derby: $ 15,000.00 + awards
TSB 4D $ 30,000.00 + awards
Open 4D $ 9,500.00 (progressive)
Youth $ 5,500.00
Senior $ 1,000.00
Royal Crown $ 5,000.00
The Diamond Classic $ 5,000.00
The 2023 Top Shelf Breeders Barrel Race will also be a pathway and serve as a qualifier to compete in The American Rodeo, the crown jewel of rodeo – the richest one-day payday in rodeo, providing an opportunity to earn $1 million.
“We are lucky to be able to bring a first-class event to the West Coast that is affordable with great payouts that are not top-loaded,” said Smith-Mose.
All entries will be taken on saddlebook.com. For all information on the 2023 event, please visit HERE.
TSB also offers more than 20 events dedicated to the West Coast, with five events in California, two in Oregon, six in Washington, two in Nevada, six in Utah, and one in Wyoming, Colorado, and Arizona. For a complete list of payouts and event information, please visit HERE.
Top Shelf Breeders is a new barrel racing incentive that caters to the West Coast, embraces Western heritage, and promotes top-level incentive events. Kicked off in 2022, the program is based on stimulating, improving, and growing the West Coast barrel racing industry. This incentive encompasses not just stallions but mare power as well, doing so without limiting bloodlines.