Barrel Racing Champion
Sharon Camarillo is an accomplished horsewoman whose career has encompassed many facets of the western and equestrian world. She is a businesswoman who has been recognized by the Western and English Manufacturers Association as an innovator throughout the industry.
Sharon is a multi-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier, and an intercollegiate and Women’s Professional Rodeo Champion. She is the author of Western Horseman Library books, Training, Tuning and Winning and The Art of Barrel Racing, along with creating six training DVDs. Her latest book, Barrel Racing for Fun and Fast Times, is in its second printing.
The National Cowboy Hall of Fame recognized Sharon as the recipient of the prestigious Tad Lucas Award in recognition of her multifaceted career. She was inducted into the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame in 2006 and was recently awarded Outstanding Alumni by the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Sharon is a member of the American Quarter Horse Association’s Professional Horseman’s Program.
Sharon’s acclaimed seminars have trained over 15,000 students during the past 30 years, influencing equine enthusiasts in over 40 states and five countries to enjoy the process of developing their equine skills. As a saddle and tack designer for over 30 years, Sharon’s signature collections generate over one million dollars in annual retail sales. The Sharon Camarillo Collection Logo has established itself as a highly cultivated retail entity.
Sharon is joined by her daughter Storme Camarillo-Robbins, acclaimed horsewoman in her own right. Storme is a professional barrel racer and a talented clinician carrying on the family tradition of fostering horsemanship education. Sharon is excited to be included among the talented clinicians of the 2014 Midwest Horse Fair. For additional information, visit www.sharoncamarillo.com.