Jessica Banning

Jessica started riding horses when she was three years old. She competed mostly at quarter horse shows in a variety of disciplines ranging from showmanship and halter to western pleasure. However, she has always been drawn to barrel racing and rodeo but was never able to pursue that passion until after she finished college.
Four years ago, she finally decided to pursue her dream and began barrel racing. She purchased her first barrel racing horse and has been competing ever since.
In that short time, she has encountered much success. Jessica has earned several average titles in BRN4D, OBRA, CBRC and CCBR associations. Some of her biggest achievements include:  - August 2016 Average saddle winner at the Xtreme Barrel Race in Reno Nevada 
- Average Champion Westside Fundraiser for Oregon Barrel Racing Association. - Reserve Champion 2016 CBRC Sudden Death Finals -Xtreme Finals Average Champion 2017

She began 2018 with a lot of confidence, as well as goals. Jessica looks to compete at all of the Xtreme Barrel Races in Utah and Nevada this year. She also wants to finish in the top 15 at the BRN4D Finals, and would also like to enter a slot race.
Jessica finds it a great privilege to be involved with Team Equine. She knows their products are made from high-quality materials that hold up to the rigorous lifestyle riders such as herself face daily. She feels confident recommending Team Equine products because of the great experience she has had with them.
Above all of her equipment, she feels like the Team Equine saddle pad has had the biggest impact on her horses’ performance. With all of the options offered to custom fit and design your own pad, it gives you a great opportunity to give your horse the advantage they need.
Jessica would ask anyone who was on the fence about trying Team Equine products what they did not like about their current set up/tack. From there, she could show how Team Equine products can make a difference.