The Goodbye Lane’s Hello Stella, Goodbye Sophie Earn Ruby Buckle Wins in Stallion’s Home State is your home for Ruby and Pink Buckle coverage.
Sharin Hall and Kassie Mowry
Sharin Hall and Kassie Mowry earned wins in Round 1 of Ruby Buckle West competition 2024. Lexi Smith Media

The first round of the $1,155,000 Ruby Buckle West barrel race kicked off on June 26 in South Jordan, Utah, and it was The Goodbye Lane’s Hello Stella and Goodbye Sophie who bested over 400 horses from across the continent in the first round of the $125,000 Derby and $280,000 Futurity, respectively.


You can rock ‘em….especially when you keep ‘em standing to WIN Round 1 of the Ruby Buckle West Derby by nearly .3 of a second. This isn’t the highest-money earning Buckle duo of all-time for nothing. Sharin Hall and Hello Stella (2017 mare by The Goodbye Lane x GoGo Fame x Dash Ta Fame) just won the first RB West barrel racing class of the week in South Jordan, Utah, in 15.893 seconds. You can watch it on-demand, or watch our entire training series with Hall on @Ride TV . Stay tuned for results and story on our site thanks to Classic Equine.

♬ Let It Rock – Kevin Rudolf

Sharin Hall and Hello Stella may have been of the final runners in the Derby class, but fans stuck around and gathered along the fence to watch the 2017 mare out of Go Go Fame by Dash Ta Fame take on the Ruby West pattern. Hall’s 15.893 bested the $85,000 1D by a significant margin, earning $5,100 for Hall as the owner, $638 as the breeder and $638 stallion. The earnings will help push the mare over the $900,000 mark in QData lifetime earnings. 

The closest challengers were Washington’s Jordan Bailey and Ima Girl Fame in 16.143 seconds. Ima Girl Fame is a 2018 mare by Mulberry Fame and out of Talents Dark Angel by Flaming Talent and earned $3,400 for owner Tammy Bailey, $425 to Bailey as the breeder and $425 stallion. 

In the $40,000 Derby 2D, Jennifer Sharp and BW Tees Canyon, a 2019 gelding by Guys Canyon Moon and out of BW TeesTimeToShine earned the $2,400 win for owner Kevin Woods, plus $300 for breeder Bogie Webb and $300 stallion. 

Following the Derby, the first round of the Futurity saw Ruby Buckle Central champions, Kassie Mowry and Goodbye Sophie earn the win in 15.995 seconds, worth $8,000 to Mowry as the owner, plus $1,000 as the breeder. The 2020 mare earned $1,000 for stallion The Goodbye Lane, and is out of Famous Sophie by Dash Ta Fame. The win will push “Sophie,” over the $100,000 mark in 2024. 


The run that gave us literal chills. Kassie Mowry is the definition of unstoppable.❤️ Mowry and Goodbye Sophie (by The Goodbye Lane x Famous Sophie x Dash Ta Fame ) clocked the fastest futurity time in two years of Ruby Buckle West in South Jordan with this 15.995-second run today. Stay tuned for more coverage presented by Classic Equine at and tune in live on @Ride TV to watch all the live and on-demand barrel racing action. #KassieMowry #BarrelRacing #TheGoodbyeLane #GoodbyeSophie

♬ Unstoppable (I put my armor on, show you how strong I am) – Sia

On her heels was another gray mare, MCM Tres A Legacy. The 2020 mare, jockeyed by Jolene Montgomery, is by Tres Seis and out of the futurity-winning and NFR-qualifying mare Mulberry Canyon Moon, by Marthas Six Moons. MCM Tres A Legacy entered Ruby Buckle as  QData’s No. 4 overall high money earning barrel horse of 2024, and Montgomery earned $5,600 for owners Dunn Ranch, $700 to breeders Matt and Bendi Dunn and $700 for Tres Seis to add to the total.

In the 2D Luke Robinson capitalized at his first Ruby Buckle event to get the win on LJR Dashing Goodbye, a 2019 gelding by The Goodbye Lane out of VC Dashs Stinger by Dashs Emblem. Robinson, who is also eligible for the Rookie Ruby class, earned $4,800 for himself as the owner, $600 as the breeder and $600 to The Goodbye Lane. 

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