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“Since feeding Renew Gold, I have noticed better utilization of feed, more consistent temperament, and better hoof and hair coat condition.” – Sherry Cervi

“I am posting about Equine Renew, Renew Gold today. Lots of people ask me about my feeding program. I started feeding Renew Gold last year and I really like how my horses are OVERALL. Their coat, energy levels, overall health and performance… I have always been a big believer in rice bran and a low starch/sugar feeding program and that is exactly what Renew Gold is. Renew Gold is basically Stabilized Rice Bran, Coconut Meal and Flax. You feed a lot less of it than a regular grain and it helps the horses utilize their hay more efficiently too. I still add a mineral (BioVigor) and whatever herbs they need, but the Renew Gold is the basis of my horse’s nutrition.” – Sherry Cervi


2014 Highlights
• Placed in four out of 10 rounds at the Wrangler NFR.
• Finished second in the average at Reno (Nev.) Rodeo
• Finished second in the average at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros (Tucson, Ariz.)

Career Highlights
• 2013 – Won her fourth world title in record fashion: set a new WPRA NFR earnings record with $155,899, set a new average record with a total time of 138.15 seconds on 10 runs, became the first barrel racer since Kristie Peterson in 1997 to place in all 10 rounds. Finished the year with $303,317 just behind Lindsay Sears’ earnings record of $323,570 set in 2008. Became the second barrel racer in three years to win the Ram Top Gun Award given to the NFR contestant who wins the most money in a single event. Mary Walker won the award in 2012. Won three out of 10 rounds. Was one of only three ladies to win rounds at the Wrangler NFR in 2013 – others were Lisa Lockhart and Taylor Jacob; won the average title at the Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo (Las Cruces, N.M.), the Justin Boots Playoffs (Puyallup, Wash.), the most money of any ProRodeo contestant over the Fourth of July with $31,349 at 11 rodeos, the Champions Challenge (Amarillo, Texas), the Caldwell (Idaho) Night Rodeo, Canby Rodeo (Ore.), Day’s of ’47 Rodeo (Salt Lake City,Utah), the Big Sky ProRodeo Roundup (Great Falls, Mont.), the Oakley Independence Day Rodeo (Oakley, Utah), the Reno (Nev.) Rodeo and that added with the Fourth of July figures and Calgary Stampede won over $72,000 in a span of three weeks and won the Airdrie (Alberta) Pro Rodeo

• 2012 – Has placed in an average of six rounds at each previous NFR. In 2012, placed in four rounds, winning the fourth round in a time of 13.67 seconds. Won a total of $37,202. Finished the year ranked eighth with $130,263; won the Justin Boots Championships (Omaha, Neb.), War Bonnet Rodeo (Idaho Falls, Idaho), the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo and Payson (Ariz.) Rodeo; co-champion at the Walla Walla (Wash.) Rodeo.

• 2011 – Entered the NFR with $90,521 and won $93,317 in 10 days in Las Vegas after placing in seven out of 10 rounds winning Rd. 6. Finished the year ranked third with $183,838; co-champion at the War Bonnet Stampede (Idaho Falls, Idaho); won the average and year-end titles at the Turquoise Circuit Finals Rodeo (Las Cruces, N.M.), the St. Paul (Ore.) Rodeo, the Eugene (Ore.) Pro Rodeo, Strathmore (Alberta) Stampede, the Safford (Ariz.) Pro Rodeo and Wayne Wilson Children’s Charity Rodeo & Carnival (Cave Creek, Ariz.).

• 2010 – Became the first $2 million barrel racer, surpassing Charmayne James’ earnings record of $1,886,568. Won her third world title and set a new NFR arena record in Rd. 8 with a time of 13.49 seconds. Finished second in the average with a 10-run time of 143.29 seconds. Placed in seven out of 10 rounds, winning Rd. 3 (13.65 seconds), Rd. 7 (13.70 seconds and Rd. 8 (13.49 seconds). Finished second in the average and won $120,042 at the Wrangler NFR; making her 13th Wrangler NFR appearance moving her into second for qualifications and trails only Charmayne James with 19 for total qualifications, the Canby (Ore.) Rodeo, the Snake River Stampede (Nampa, Idaho), the Treaty Day Celebration & PRCA ProRodeo (Window Rock, Ariz.), the Helldorado Days Rodeo (Las Vegas, Nev.), the Clark County Fair & Rodeo (Logandale, Nev.) and RodeoHouston and pockets $61,500 – the most of any competitor. Ties Lindsay Sears’ record from 2008 at RodeoHouston for most money won at a regular season rodeo. Third time to win the title and did so on three different horses (Troubles, Hawk and Stingray).

• 2009 – Won the average title at the 2009 Wrangler National Finals rodeo with a 10-run time of 139.01 seconds. Won $146,100 at the NFR, the most money won of any of the 118 contestants. Finished 3rd in the world with $219,629. Won the Cave Creek (Ariz.) Rodeo, the Safford (Ariz.) Pro Rodeo, the Lynden (Wash.) PRCA Rodeo, the Red Horse Ranch PRCA Rodeo (Fergus Falls, Minn.), the Central Wyoming Fair & Rodeo (Casper, Wyo.), the Airdrie (Alberta) Pro Rodeo and the Dixie National Rodeo (Jackson, Miss.).

• 2008 – Finished the year ranked 20th in the world with $41,986; co-champion at the Pioneer Days Rodeo (Clovis, N.M.); won the Wild, Wild West Pro Rodeo (Silver City, N.M.), the Payson (Ariz.) Spring Rodeo and the Grand National Rodeo Horse and Stock Show (San Francisco, Calif.).

• 2007 – Won the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo. Finished the year ranked 20th in the world with $41,397.

• 2006 – Placed in seven out of 10 rounds at the Wrangler NFR. Finished the year ranked ninth in the world standings with $102,525; won the Wrangler ProRodeo Tour Championship (Dallas) and qualified for her 11th Wrangler NFR; won the Western Stampede (West Jordan, Utah) and the Fourth of July Youth Celebration and PRCA Pro Rodeo (Window Rock, Ariz.); won the Wrangler ProRodeo Tour Round at the San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo.

• 2005 – Won the Pace Picante ProRodeo Challenge (Omaha, Neb.) and the Pace Picante ProRodeo Classic (Dallas); won average title at the California Rodeo Salinas and the Redding (Calif.) Rodeo. Finished the year ranked fourth in the world with $142,258.

• 2003 – Won San Antonio (Texas) Stock Show and Rodeo, Navajo Nation Fourth of July (Window Rock, Ariz.), Andy Devine Days (Kingman, Ariz.), and Kern County Sheriff Reserve Stampede Days Rodeo (Bakersfield, Calif.); won Rd. 5 with a 13.98-second run and Rd. 6 in 13.96 seconds at the Wrangler NFR; finished the year fifth in the world with $109,354.

• 2002 – Olympic Command Performance Rodeo (Farmington, Utah) qualifier.

• 2001 – Won RodeoHouston and pockets $19,033.

• 2000 – Turquoise Circuit Finals Champion (1994-2000); set record for most money won at a regular season rodeo with $16,497 at RodeoHouston.

• 1999 – Set the WPRA record for highest single-year earnings with $245,369 and most money won prior to the NFR with $130,996. Won the Wrangler NFR average title.

• 1997 – Reserve World Champion

• 1995 – Won RodeoHouston and collects $18,983.

• 1994 – Reserve World Champion

Horse with the Most Heart award to Jet Royal Speed (Hawk), owned by Sherry Cervi, 1999-2000 and MP Meter My Hay “Stingray” won the award in 2013. MP Meter My Hay “Stingray” finished second in the 2010 AQHA/WPRA Horse of the Year voting for barrel racing and tied with Yeah Hes Firen (Duke) in the 2011 AQHA/WPRA Horse of the Year voting.