MaryBeth Sullivan | Lakota Young Professional

MaryBeth Sullivan

Determined, kind, animal-lover, hard-worker, Christian

MaryBeth Sullivan, Barrel RacingHometown: Winnsboro, LA
Riding Style: Western
Specific Styles: Barrel Racing
Primary Horse’s Name: Lil Miss Molly (Molly)


My name is MaryBeth Sullivan, I’m 14 years old and I’ve been around horses since I was little. My pawpaw use to raise and train Missouri Fox Trotters and my dad is an animal vet. I started barrel racing about a year and a half ago. My horse is 8 years old and registered AQHA. Molly and I have won reserved champ at the 2016 Dixie National Quarter Horse Show in barrels. An accomplished that I’m proud of is running a 16.5 the first time I ran Molly. One thing I’m very excited about is training and competing on my filly, named Lily when she gets old enough. Some goals of mine include making it to the NFR and competing with the toughest barrel racers in the business. I believe that Lily and I can accomplish my goals. When I get out of Highschool I would love to be able to college rodeo. My role models are Fallon Taylor, Mary Burger, Mary Walker, Chayni Chamberlain, and Sheri Cervi. They have taught me to never give up, always do your best, and age is just a number! My motto is “work till your idols become your rivals.”

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Instagram: @s3equine

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