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Fallon Taylor is a professional American rodeo cowgirl specializing in competitive barrel racing.
She became the Barrel Racing World Champion in the 2014 'Women's Professional Rodeo Association'. Fallon Taylor qualified for the National Finals Rodeo seven times between 1995 and 1998 and between 2013 and 2015.
Fallon Taylor made her national final Rodeo debut at 13 in 1995. In 2013, Fallon's horse BabyFlo was given the title 'the Women's Professional Rodeo Association/American Quarter Horse Association WPRA/AQHA Barrel Racing Horse of the Year'. Fallon Taylor was born in Tampa, Florida, on July 18, 1982.
Fallon Taylor's net worth is $900,000. She earned this amount through her career in barrel racing.
There is no information available on Fallon Taylor's earnings.
Fallon Taylor is 5 ft 8 in (173 cm) tall.
Fallon Taylor was born in Tampa, Florida, on July 18, 1982. As of 2022, she is 40 years old.
Fallon Taylor was born in Tampa, Florida, on July 18, 1982. Her parents are Shelton Taylor and Dian Taylor. She has two more siblings. Fallon Taylor is the youngest of the three. She was just seven years old when she first watched rodeo. Soon she developed a desire to participate. Her parents wanted to encourage and support her, so they moved to Texas. They trained her under an expert coach Martha Josey. Martha Josey also trained Fallon Taylor's mare. She trained Flowers and Money, BabyFlo's dam. To focus her attention entirely on riding, her parents decided to opt for homeschooling.
Fallon Taylor joined the Women's Professional Rodeo Association at eight. She qualified for NFR at the mere age of 13 in 1995. She got prepared for three years. Taylor was placed in the sixth position in the World Standings in 1995. She was placed in the 12th position last year as a qualifier. During her teenage years, she qualified four times for the NFR. She won Rodeo Houston when she was 14 years old. Rodeo Houston is the largest rodeo in the world. She won a cash prize of $15,000.
This was a very big deal for her. She mentioned that she was very excited to ride her horse in Las Vegas. Dr. Nick Bar, Money, and Flowers were the horses that got her to the National Finals Rodeo. Fallon graduated from the University of North Texas.
Fallon Taylor married Delbert Alvarado in 2012. Taylor and Alvarado got divorced in 2015.
Fallon Taylor is best known for her performance in barrel racing between 1995 and 1998. After 1998, she lost interest in barrel racing. She was exhausted, and her excitement for a new life in New York City grew. She then decided to focus her attention on modeling and acting. For around 15 years, she modeled in NYC, acted in LA, and trained horses for others in Texas Country. In 2009, Taylor was injured because of a horse. She got fractures in many parts of her body. She wore a halo for three months and wanted to recover at any cost.
She was able to walk only after a year and a half. Her next aim was to ride again. Fallon Taylor was pretty firm about coming back to competitive rodeo at 31. She chose Babyflo as her mare. In 2012, she ranked #16 in World Standings with $53,922 earned. She won the Douglas County Fair and Rodeo(Castle Rock, Colorado), the Auburn(California) Wild West Stampede, the Barber County Fair in 2012, and many other competitions.
Babylon performed extremely well in the season and was named 'PRCA/WPRA AQHA Reserve Barrel racing Horse of the Year'. During the 2013 season, she was ranked 11th in World Standings. Fallon Taylor won the Williams Lake Stampede, the Mandan(North Dakota), the Texas Stampede, the Austin County Fair and Rodeo, the Odessa Rodeo Festival, and other titles. Babyflo performed very well in 2013 too. Fallon Taylor won the World Championship in 2014. In 2014, she also won the Leesville Lions Club Rodeo, among other titles. She won the Rowell Ranch Rodeo and other titles in 2015.
In 2019, Fallon Taylor won the 'Thoroughbred Makeover Barrel Racing Champion. In 2018, she won the title of 'AQHA Barrel racing World Championship'. In 2014, she won 'World Barrel Racing Champion'. Taylor won seven NFR qualifications.
Fallon Taylor has had a passion for barrel racing since she was a child.
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