Linzie Lindsey

My name is Linzie Lindsey. I live in Arlington Washington and I am a Radiologic Technologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital. I grew up riding horses and barrel racing with my parents. Horses have always been a family affair for us and still are today. I started out gaming and barrel racing and then once I was old enough to handle the pressures of rodeo, my parents mounted me up on the best horse we had and I got to amateur rodeo. In 1999 at the age of 12 I was the WBRA reserve open champion and the NPRA rookie of the year. When I was 14 I ran my first futurity horse who was the first horse I had ever trained myself. Her name was Watch Flit Flight and she was the 2001 Northwest highest money earning futurity horse. My Pro rodeo career began in 2006 on a great horse my dad trained named Azura Dude. Together he and I won an NBHA championship, a BRN4D championship, multiple pro rodeo wins and 4 qualifications to the Columbia River Circuit Finals. It was while competing on Dude that I became a user and believer of Tight Joints Plus.

Dude was a big bodied gelding that relied heavily on his front end to get through a barrel pattern and because of this he was always dealing with some sort of soft tissue injury and inflammation. Since Dude had such great results, now all my horses go on TJP as soon as they start barrel training. I am currently running a 10 yr old mare, Dancein For Cash, aka Bella. She is a grand daughter of Watch Flit Flight and the first mare I ever amateur rodeo’d on. Her career as a barrel horse started out with her winning 3 futurities and placing in 5 others. She won her first amateur rodeo as a futurity horse and placed in the first pro rodeo I entered her in. A medial collateral ligament tear in the spring of 2016 side lined her for a year and a half. As I was bringing her back from that, a chip was found in the knee of the same leg. Surgery removed the chip but the residual arthritis and inflammation is something we will always be battling. Bella made her first runs back in August of 2018 and proved it will take more then some arthritis to keep her out of the winners circle. She was the 2018 NBHA champion and she won the Monroe Rodeo.

Bella has not always been on Tight Joints Plus. When I started running her again last summer (2018) I gave a supplement that was just for arthritis a try. She was on it for 3 months and although she was still performing well enough to win, I knew she wasn’t feeling great. She had no desire to be exercised and it was all I could do to get her to lope around the arena. On top of that, nothing I could do would encourage her to run all the way through the timing lights at the end of a run. I decided to go back to TJP and after just 6 days on it Bella was running and bucking around her pasture and wanted to buck me off in the practice pen.

With Tight Joints Plus back on board, Bella has been beating her old PR’s at every arena we have been going to. In her last three runs she has won a WBRA open race by 1/2 a second and set a new record at Rocky Top Arena in Salkum Washington, she won a Brn4d race with 130 riders by 4/10ths and just recently she won a Brn4d race by almost 6/10th with over 120 riders. Thank you Tight Joints Plus for your great product and for supporting us in our 2019 goals of making the Canadian Finals Rodeo and earning a trip to the Columbia River Circuit Finals!


Linzie and Bella

Mike Stokes


  • 20 years NRHA Professionals member cardholder
  • 2011 Appaloosa World Show reserve champion in junior reining
  • 2012 Appaloose World Show champion in junior reining/junior working cow horse
  • 2014 WRHA open maturity champion
  • 2014-2015 RHANW year-end open champion
  • 2015 WRHA year-end open champion
  • 2015 WRHA novice horse open champion
  • 2015 WRHA open classic maturity champion
  • 2015 RHANW open saddle challenge champion
  • 2015 RHANW fall-spectacular open maturity champion/open champion
  • 2016 RHANW fall-spectacular open derby reserve champion
  • 2016 WRHA open derby champion

Amberleigh Moore / Barrel Racer


  • Multiple Futurity & Derby winner
  • 2014 CRC Permit Champion
  • 2015 CRC Rookie of the year
  • 2015 CRC Circuit Finalist
  • 2015 WPRA Top 10 Rookie
  • 2015 Walla Walla
  • WA PRCA Pro Rodeo Champion
  • 2015/2016 RFDtv American Qualifier
  • PRCA/WPRA Money earner at St Paul, OR, Redding, CA, San Angelo, TX, Denver , CO, Billings, MT, Jackson, MS, Tucson, AZ just to name a few.
  • 2016 Sandcup Slot Race Champion
  • Interstate Games barrel record holder
  • PSHA State Barrel record holder.
  • NFR Qualifier 2016
  • 2016 Omak Stampede Champion
  • 2016 Sisters Rodeo Champion
  • 2016 Columbia River Circuit Finals
  • 2016 Missoula Stampede Champion
  • 2016 Justin Boots Playoffs finals Champion, 2nd in the average
  • 2016 Elgin stampede Champion
  • 2016 Eastern Oregon Livestock Show Champion
2016 NFR Accomplishments
  • Ties arena record with a 13.37 in round 8
  • Won 3 rounds (5,8,9)
  • Reserve World Champion
  • Reserve NFR Average Champion
  • Moved from number15 in the world to number2 in the world
  • Set an all-time NFR earnings record for barrel racing-$187,692.00
  • $266,760.00 Earnings for 2016

Gwen Blake / Dressage Rider

A long time USET member, Gwen Blake was long listed for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Competing many times in the US for Olympic Festival awards, and National titles, she was also the 2003 South American Coach for the Pan-American Games in the Dominican Republic.
Gwen was also a team medalist for the United States Pan-American Team. She has numerous wins at Grand Prix Level nationally as well as internationally. She has 25 years of experience at the International Levels. Gwen has trained and competed extensively in Open Division at CDI’s on the West Coast, East Coast and in Europe. She has earned the USDF Centerline score five star achievement score as well as the individual USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medals. She has twice received The National Horse Show Award and Presidents Trophy. Gwen has trained over a dozen horses all from youngsters through the levels to Grand Prix. Awarded Highest Scoring Foreign athlete at Langley CDI June 2016.
As an instructor, Gwen has successfully coached amateur and professional students and their horses thru Regional and National Championships FEI Levels and has instructed many to Grand Prix.