The fastest time I've seen so far for NBHA was 14.658
You win by having the fastest time.
It depends where they are racing at
12.369 ever but it varies everywhere
Barrel Racing started when women wanted an event to compete in with each other that would be a challenge, but still fair. They came up with the idea of taking Texas Oil Drums. 55 gallon barrels, and setting them up in a cloverleaf pattern, with one left turn and two rights. Then they would take their husbands roping horses and see who could get through the course with the fastest time.
The fastest time in NASCAR history was recorded in a Ford Thunderbird in 1988. The car was driven by Bill Elliott during qualifying at Talladega Superspeedway.
Wilma Rudolph's fastest 200 was 22.9 at a meet in Texas in 1960.
13.9 sec is the fastest time ever ran. But yes it does matter by the size of the arena but as long as the barrells are set up at 90,105,105feet its the same size.
Secretariate. When he was racing he was getting faster and faster each quarter, and he does hold the fastest quarter time.
barrel racing is about you and your horse trusting each other. And going around all three barrels and getting really close to them without knocking them over... Your goal is to beat everybody out and get the best time.
The fastest time usually depends on the arena. Some patterns are bigger or smaller than others and the ground is different causing different effects on you and your horse and giving different times.