Barrel racer competes even with paralysis; will run at the Red Bluff Round-Up
12 Apr 2022
A barrel racer who has overcome tremendous odds will compete at the Red Bluff Round-Up this weekend.
Amberley Snyder was driving to a rodeo in 2010 when she had a vehicle accident that changed her life forever. She became paralyzed from the waist down, at the age of 19. But it didn’t stop her. Four months after the accident, she was back on a horse.
Snyder, of Tremonton, Utah, grew up in southern California and began rodeo at a young age. At the time of the accident, she was serving as the Utah FFA State President and competing in high school rodeo.