O'Quinn, Sabra

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Label
 
$296,454
CAREER EARNINGS

2019Earnings:
$52,001
 
27th
2019 World Standings
 
 

Born: Dec. 13, 1967
Residence: Ocala, Fla.
Joined the WPRA: 1982
Horses: Alive with Chaos "Chaos" (15-year old black/brown gelding) - Sire: Perks Alive/Dam: Miss First Down SMU; Bring It On Guys "Nosey" (11-year old sorrel mare) - Sire: Frenchmans Guy/Dam: Full A Irish Whiskey
World titles: 0
Wrangler NFR qualifications: 0
RNCFR qualifications (actual year qualified): 3 (2008, 2011, 2016)

Professional


2019 Highlights 

• Won Moses Lake (WA) Round-Up Rodeo
• Won the Mountain Valley Stampede (Heber City, UT)
• Won the Southeastern Livestock Exposition (Montgomery, AL)
• Won Fort Myers (FL) Pro Rodeo
• Won Homestead (FL) Championship Rodeo
• Second at Cody (WY) Stampede
• Second at the Pasco County Fair Championship Rodeo (Dade City, FL)
• Second at Okeechobee/Brighton (FL) Field Days Rodeo
• Second at Ocala (FL) Shrine Rodeo

Career Highlights

• 2018 - Finished the year ranked 60th with $21,788
• 2017 - Won the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (Colorado Springs, Colo.); Tied for the win at the Goliad (Texas) County Fair PRCA Rodeo. Finished second at the Clay County Cattleman's PRCA Rodeo (Green Cove Springs, Fla.). Finished third at the Walla Walla (Wash.) Stampede and at Nacogdoches (Texas) Pro Rodeo & Steer Show
• 2016 - Finished ranked 32nd with $34,745. Qualified for her third Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo.
• 2015 - Finished with $8,713
• 2014 - Finished ranked 56th with $20,976
• 2012 – Won $9,751 in the Southeastern Circuit
• 2011 - Finished ranked 38th with $30,948
• 2010 - Finished ranked 56th with $4,818
• 2009 - Finished ranked 33rd with $27,001
• Southeastern Circuit Finals Champion in 2008 and 2011

Amateur


Won National High School Finals Rodeo All-Around title in 1984 and to date is the only cowgirl to win the title from the State of Florida.

Personal


Husband, Tom Clark...Grew up on her grandfather's thoroughbred racehorse farm - Grosse Point Stud Farm and got her first pony at age 3 and first horse at age 5. One of her first horses was Win O'Quinn, a rejected racehorse...After a successful four years of high school rodeo she advance into the ranks of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association...After college started Fiddler's Trailers and Equipment in Ocala. She now leases her business and has more time to devote to rodeo and training futurity horses...Is a WPRA Gold Card member and has had her card since she was 15-years old...Horse Chaos is one that belonged to good friend Heather Fleckinger and says it was the first time she had purchased a finished horse as she always trained her own...Her horse Nosey belongs to her better half - Tom Clark...Annually produces Fiddler's Turkey Run barrel race...Sponsored by Formula One Noni, Formula 707, Wrangler and Triple Crown Feed.

 

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