Bret and Candy Parrish, along with their boys Cody and Chase, are accomplished and respected staples of the Quarter Horse Industry. They train and show western pleasure horses, and also coach Non Pro, Amateur, and Youth riders. The Parrish Family and their clients hold numerous Congress Championships, Top Five World Show Wins, and NSBA Futurity Wins.
Terri Alexander won the 2011 National All Region Finals in Montgomery, AL. The finalists competing for this title are the top two (barrel racers) from each region of the International Professional Rodeo Association (IPRA).
"Just wanted to let you know that I won the National All Region Finals (NARF) on a horse, "T", that F-R-M sponsored as a futurity colt back in 1998 and WPRA Southeastern Circuit Champion. We sold "T" about 5 years ago. When the lady who purchased him decided to sell him, one of our customers bought "T" and left him with me to tune up and use as needed. With "Cowboy" being sore, I was grateful to have "T" for the NARF. Interestingly enough, "Cowboy" and "T" are half-brothers; we trained both of them. On top of that, "Cowboy" is 17 this year and won his title fueled by F-R-M Feed! "Cowboy" qualified me for the Finals with his 2nd Place Standing in the Southeast Region of the IPRA, and "T" won the NARF for me also fueled by F-R-M Feed!
Jimmy Tanner has quite a list of accomplishments as Professional Team Roper. Just a few on the list include Two-Time NFR Qualifier (winning the "average" both times), Two-Time NFR Team Roping Average Champion, Six-Time Southeastern PRCA Circuit Champion (Again in 2008), Placed 6th at the prestigious Bob Fiest Invitational Team Roping, Won Average at 2006 U.S. Team Roping Finals in Oklahoma City, Placed 5th at the George Strait Team Roping Classic, 9-Time Dodge National Circuit Finals Qualifier, 4 Time IFR Qualifier, Won U.S. Cowboy Tour in 2003, Won two Amateur Association Titles before going pro, IPRA Finals Qualifier, PCA Finals Qualifier, etc.
Terri Alexander finished 2010 in the top 15 World Cowgirl Barrel Racers in the International Professional Rodeo Association (IPRA).
Photo at left: Lee Trice and his partner take second place in team roping at the WWRA Port City Rodeo in Bainbridge, Georgia.
"My horses were in good condition, but after I tried FRM's Old Timer Horse Feed, I was happy to learn how good they could be. My horses have never looked or performed better, and I think it's because of the quality of the ingredients they use... including the vitamins, minerals, and trace minerals. There are some ingredients and fillers that FRM just refuses to use, and I'm grateful for that."
Photo at left: Lee Trice and partner take third place in team roping at the WWRA Port City Rodeo in Bainbridge, Georgia