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Fallon Taylor - 2024

Updated: Apr 18


World champion barrel racer, professional athlete, motivational speaker and entrepreneur.

Fallon Taylor's rodeo journey began at the age of 7 when she was captivated by the sport and expressed an intense desire to participate. Encouraged by her parents, the family moved to Texas where she was homeschooled to focus on her riding.


Fallon's parents purchased the great stallion Dr Nick Bar at the start of her career and then claimed Flowers and Money and True Identity off the track.

Joining the Women's Professional Rodeo Association at age 8, Taylor qualified for her first National Finals Rodeo (NFR) at just 13 in 1994 and qualified 3 more consecutive times in 1995-1997. Overcoming age restrictions, she claimed victories at prestigious events like Rodeo Houston, making her mark in the rodeo world at a young age.


In 2009 a devastating horse-related accident left her temporarily paralyzed with a broken C2. Taylor's determination led to a triumphant return to the rodeo circuit starting in 2010, with a second generation of horses all coming from Dr Nick Bar and Flowers and Money. One of those offspring being Flos Heiress better known as "Babyflo" who was untouched until the age of 5. Fallon broke and trained the 2013 AQHA/WPRA Horse of the year and together they qualified for the NFR 3 more times earning her a total of seven NFR qualifications and numerous titles, including the WPRA World Champion and AQHA Barrel Racing World Championship.


Beyond her rodeo accomplishments, Taylor founded "Ranch Dress'n," A western apparel company that is on the fast rise to becoming one of the biggest rodeo apparel brands that started from Fallon's iconic looks in the arena that brought color back to rodeo. She continues to breed, raise, train, and compete on the 3rd and 4th generation horses out of her great mares and stallions. Fallon resides in Collinsville, TX, with her husband Alex and son, Brand.





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