Month: November 28, 2014

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A time of thanks

Thanksgiving weekend means so much for many people, and it’s something different for each personality. For me, it’s family. It’s card games, just like we had at Grandma and Grandad’s when I was younger. It’s laughing over turkey, then staring at dessert table while wondering what else could fit inside my tummy. It’s being thankful,[...]
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Durfey is a true cowboy

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was written for Tyson Durfey and submitted to Rodeo Athletes, an online magazine. Check out the website’s coverage filled with photos. I am publishing it here to celebrate Tyson’s birthday. Happy Thanksgiving to all you true cowboys and cowgirls, whether it’s because you rope and ride or because you’ve always dreamed[...]
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Pierce returns to rodeo elite, NFR

EDMOND, Okla. – Carlee Pierce and her family needed a breather from the rigors of the rodeo trail. The Oklahoma cowgirl took it. That was in June 2013, when Pierce was the third-ranked cowgirl in the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association’s barrel racing standings. Instead of chasing the world championship at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo,[...]
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Durfey heading to his 7th NFR

LAS VEGAS – If seven is a lucky number, Tyson Durfey is counting his blessings. Next week, Durfey will compete in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo for the seventh time. It’s just another major step in an already-amazing 11-year tie-down roping career, which includes three Canadian titles, a Ram National Circuit Finals Rodeo championship and[...]
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