There’s officially nothing Reba McEntire can’t do.
Plenty of people have seen the Oklahoma-native showcase her singing skills, but very few have seen the Grammy-winner enjoy her first love: horseback riding.
Wide Open Country recently bubbled up a rare look at McEntire’s foray into barrel racing, and reminded us exactly why we love her so much. The decades-old clip features a younger, sequin-clad McEntire treating a rodeo crowd to an impromptu performance. We admit to being seriously impressed while watching her deftly navigate her horse around barrel after barrel before raising her arms up proudly.
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Horses have been a part of McEntire’s life for as long as she can remember. Raised on her family’s 8,000-acre ranch in Chockie, the country singer’s father and her grandfather were both World Champion steer ropers. In fact, the redheaded firecracker was discovered while singing the national anthem at a rodeo in 1974.
Watch her impressive barrel racing performance above.