Throughout the day of Feb. 9, Taylor Jacob was one busy barrel racer.At about 11 a.m., she won the first round of the Trinity Valley Community College Rodeo in Athens, which meant she was invited to compete in the evening’s final round. She also had qualified for the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo finals, which also was scheduled on the night of Feb. 9.Jacob, a Texas A&M senior communications major, chose Fort Worth where she clinched the barrel racing title at around 9 p.m. She earned $14,796 and finished as the 17-day rodeo’s highest money earner.Several days after winning in Fort Worth, Jacob pocketed $6,286 for clinching the same title in Jackson, Miss. While on the road last week, Jacob won $1,395 for finishing third in Okeechobee, Fla., and $1,017 after coming in sixth at Kissimmee, Fla.Jacob’s surge of success comes atop a quarter horse named Bo, an 8-year-old gelding whom she acquired a year ago.“He likes his job and he’s fast,” said Jacob, who is from the South Texas town of Carmine, where her parents operate a feed store.Another big reason Bo wins is he adapts well to various arenas, Jacob said. For example, the gelding excelled in the larger Will Rogers Memorial Coliseum Arena in Fort Worth and then thrived in a smaller venue in Jackson.“He’s learned how to handle the different ground conditions and the different setups,” Jacob said. PBR updateThe annual Professional Bull Riders’ show at Cowboys Stadium, which is called the Dickies Iron Cowboy IV, is scheduled for March 2.Ticket prices range from $20 to $150. A Kevin Fowler country music concert begins at 7 p.m. and the Built Ford Tough Series show starts at 8.Tickets are available on Ticketmaster.com or by calling (800) 745-3000. Fans also can learn more event facts by visiting pbr.com.The winner will receive $50,000. The Arlington show is among 25 Built Ford Tough regular season tour stops. The 20th World Finals are scheduled for Oct. 23-27 in Las Vegas.Last weekend, the tour stopped in St. Louis, where Fabiano Vieira clinched the $35,170 title. Shane Proctor is ranked No. l in the world standings with 3,414 points despite staying on only one of three bulls. Defending world champion Silvano Alves of Decatur is No. 2 with 3,360 points after finishing seventh.This weekend, the tour stops in Kansas City. Mo.PRCA updateRiley Duvall of Checotah, Okla., broke the steer wrestling arena record at the San Antonio Stock Show’s annual Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition after turning in a time of 3.1 seconds on Feb. 14. The previous record was 3.2. The rodeo, which offers a $1.1 million purse, is the PRCA’s highest paying regular-season show, concludes Saturday night.