Meet Britt Driggers! He’s a 5 Star’s Reaching for the Stars team member! We are so proud to have such an accomplished young man on our team!
Britt grew up in a rodeo family and started roping when he was about 5 or 6 years old. He started out competing in the Southern Junior Rodeo Association and went on to compete in the Arkansas Junior High and Arkansas High School rodeos and is now competing in the College rodeos for Southern Arkansas University. Britt made it to the College National Finals three times, once in the Steer wrestling and two times in the team roping. When he's not competing at college rodeos he's either going to a jackpot or competing in an ARA rodeo almost every weekend. The main thing that keeps Britt motivated is to be the best that he can for his partner, rodeo team, and sponsors.
Britt rides in the following products:
• 5 Star 1" X 32" X 32" The Performer Pad
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I love the 5 star pad because my horse is much more comfortable and he doesn't sweat as bad under the pad. It makes my saddle stay in position with no slipping and also I don't have to tighten my cinch as tight because it keeps the pressure more even.
Love my 5 stars!! My saddles fit so much better with the 5 stars than any other pads! They last forever the one in the photo is 10 years old and is just starting to show its wear n tear! I'd love a replacement!
I choose 5 Star pads exclusively because the comfort they provide the horse is unbeatable. I received excellent help from one of your dealers. She made me feel very informed and confident about my decision. The product is unmatched in reliability, performance, and attractiveness.
I chose 5 Star pads for my horses because wool felt is tried and true, the pads fit a variety of body, and i have never seen a dry spot on any of my horses since switching to 5 Star pads years ago. The pads can be cleaned, and they are made to last! Great product that I highly recommend!
In 2009, Shoii shattered the knee joint of his right hind leg, rendering unable to flex the joint once it healed. Although his body was a little beat-up, his heart certainly was not and I could tell that it was still very important to him to "take me out for a ride."