All content of this website is copyright by Mid-South Horse Review and may not be copied or reprinted without express written consent of the publisher and editor

Call Us: (901) 867-1755

The Mid-South Horse Review is available at over 350 locations throughout Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Kentucky.
June 2021 issue is now available!


Coldwater Cross Farm Barrel Race


Coldwater Cross Farm held its first barrel race May 31 – June 1 this year at Marshall County Fairgrounds in Holly Springs, MS. Over 500 riders raced in the inaugural two-day event, despite some heavy rains on Saturday. In addition to barrel racing, Saturday's events included a Best Western Dress event, won by Ashley Pilgrim and Hannah Collins, and a kids’ foot race for kids ten and under, won by Carter Dennison.   

A special thanks to all the workers and volunteers who helped make the event run smoothly, as well as to Crawford Photographers. Thanks to Jerry Bolden and the Board of Directors of Marshall County Fairgrounds for their assist in the barrel race, too. 

Coldwater Cross Farms is a Christian company owned and operated by David (Beau) McCoy, the Arkansas State Director for the IBRA. Mark your calendar for July 6, August 10, and October 5, when the the “Runnin' on the Levee” barrel races will be held at Crittendon County Saddle Club in West Memphis, AR.  Contact Coldwater Cross via email at or like them on Facebook. 

Results from Saturday Open:

Ashley Pilgrim on Kicks: first place in 1D
Leah Holt on Cha Chi: first place in 2D
Luke Surman on Commander Todd: first place in 3D
Ricky Cupp on Gypsie: first place in 4D
Results from Saturday Youth:
Cody Dowell on Boogie: first place in 1D
Sydni Cunningham on Lena: first place in 2D
Ashley Brooks on Lil Bay: first place in 3D
Sydni Cunningham on Jag: first place in 4D

Go Back »

Photo Gallery

Additional photos from this month's events.


Upcoming events for the next three months.

Media Kit

Advertising rates, display ad dimensions & photo requirements, mission statement & who we are, demographics of readership, and yearly editorial calendar.

Scroll To Top