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Vin Fisher Jr.
Vin Fisher Jr.

Is this the year the veteran makes his move toward that elusive gold buckle? Fisher certainly hopes it is.

The 2011 season has been good to Fisher, a third-generation steer roper who is competing in his eighth Clem McSpadden National Steer Roping Finals. In fact, eight is the perfect number for the 30-year-old cowboy; that’s how many titles he won this season en route to this weekend’s battle.

Fisher – who last year competed at this championship with his younger brother, J. Tom, and their father, Dan – won titles in Dodge City, Kan.; Woodward, Okla.; Moses Lake, Wash.; Sinton, Texas; Gillette, Wyo.; Billings, Mont.; Dalhart, Texas; and Poteau, Okla. But this isn’t the first time Fisher has proven his talent.

At last year’s steer roping finals, he placed in two go-rounds and won the second and third rounds. Maybe just as big were his three second-place finishes. In just two days, he won $24,615.

How much will he win this weekend? Nobody knows, but it should be great fun to see.


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