Gold Buckle Dreams
At thirteen years old, Kaitlyn Sims has achieved a level of success that others can only dream of. Since her first time in the saddle at age two, Kaitlyn was destined to be a super star. With the support of her mother and trainer, Jennifer Sims and grandparents Joe & Pam Lee, it was clear that barrel racing was in her blood.
In 2018 Kaitlyn ranked Top Five in the SE WPRA Junior Circuit and 10th in the world! With her most recent title of 2018 WPRA Junior Rookie of the Year, Kaitlyn has set her sights beyond the South East in 2019 in hopes of qualifying for the American Semi Finals and competing at the Dallas Stadium.
Kaitlyn’s mom, Jennifer, is also an accomplished barrel racer with many titles under her belt. She has been using Spectra Therapy’s LASERwrap® products for over 6 years and says, “Spectra products have been so instrumental in our success, not just for our horses, but for me as well.” In fact, in 2017, Jennifer tore a major ligament, and doctors said it would be a 6-month recovery before riding again. She used Spectra Lasers on the injury every day and after just two months was back in competition and went on to win the FL IBRA Finals!
Jennifer and Kaitlyn use Spectra Therapy lasers on their horses daily, before and after competition while trailering and for injuries and swelling. They are so pleased with their results, Jennifer says, “The LASERwraps save time and money and the results are amazing! In fact, they perform way better than other therapy products available today, and I’ve tried them all!”
Watch for Kaitlyn and Jennifer at upcoming SE WPRA competitions, and visit Jennifer’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.leesims.
About Kaitlyn & Jennifer Sims
At Jen-Sar Farms located in Elkton, Florida, horses have been in the family for generations. Jennifer was raised on a ranch, where her father and mother, Joe and Pam Lee, raised purebred Quarter Horses. Jennifer has been training since the early 1990s and daughter, Kaitlyn, grew up in the industry and has been riding and racing since she could throw her leg over a horse. Learn more about Jennifer and Kaitlyn at https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.leesims.