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Royce Ford matches moves with River Boat Annie during a recent Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

Royce Ford matches moves with River Boat Annie during a recent Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

11-year-old roan mare
Bareback Riding
SIRE:
Cadillac Jack
DAM:
Tan Line

2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
Steven Dent scored 84 points in the second round to finish in fifth place.

2009 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
Royce Ford scored 84 points to finish in a tie for fourth place in the second round.

Steven Peebles’ 83.5 was good enough for a third-place tie in Round 7.

This year
Helped Steven Peebles to a tie for second place with an 86-point ride at the West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo.

Kelly Timberman scored 88 points to win the Eagle County (Colo.) Fair and Rodeo.

Caine Riddle posted an 85 to finish in a tie for fifth, and Kelly Timberman had an 84 for a tie for eighth at the Lea County (N.M.) Fair and Rodeo.

2010
Caleb Bennett won the Lea County Fair & Rodeo in Lovington, N.M. with an 89, while Jerad Schlegel had an 83 on River Boat Annie to finish in a tie for fifth.

Trey Bissett tied for third place at the Eagle County (Colo.) Fair and Rodeo with an 86-point ride.

Ryan Gray rode for an 86 to finish third at the West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo.

Micky Downare finished in a tie for fourth place with his 84-point ride at the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo.

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She was the runner-up Bareback Riding Horse of the Year in 2007 and has broken arena records about any place she has bucked: Guymon, Okla.; Amarillo, Texas; Montgomery, Ala.; and Jackson, Miss. Clint Cannon set the single earnings record in 2009 on her at the Heartland Series Finals, now known as the All-American Series Finals. She has bucked five times at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

“She’s out of Tan Line, which I own, and is the best mare I’ve ever owned so far,” said Pete Carr, owner of Carr Pro Rodeo. “She never had a bad day in her life and been hauled all over the United States. She has won several go-round buckles at the Wrangler NFR, and we have starting raising colts out of her.”

“I’ve had her at the NFR twice,” said Justin McDaniel, the 2008 world champion. “She’s definitely changed. When she came around at first, she really blew in the air. Now that horse is strong. I’ve been on her twice now that she’s grown, and that horse is strong. That’s just a great bucking horse.”

“The two colts I’ve been bucking out River Boat Annie’s mother, No. 30 Tan Line, are phenomenal,” Carr said. “Everything she has raised has turned into a great horse.”

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