Month: July 22, 2016

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It’s a hit at home for Wall

Retired bullfighter teams with BFO to produce event at his hometown rodeo BURLINGTON, Colo. – Even though he has retired before his title now, Cory Wall will forever be a bullfighter. These days, though, his focus is closer to home. He’s added a few more titles to his name: Kit Carson County Commissioner, rodeo producer,[...]
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PBR hits Guymon this Saturday

GUYMON, Okla. – As many have learned over the years, this community of about 12,000 is a rodeo town. From the ranchlands across the region to the nationally recognized rodeo team at Oklahoma Panhandle State University just 10 miles away to having the ProRodeo Hall of Fame Pioneer Days Rodeo each May, being a cowboy[...]
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Bullfight added to Roundup mix

DODGE CITY, Kan. – Dodge City Roundup is getting a little more extreme. By teaming with upstart Bullfighters Only, the annual rodeo is bringing back the tradition of freestyle bullfighting in conjunction with its Xtreme Bulls Tour event for the inaugural A Whole Lotta Bull. “For a long time, Roundup was a major stop on[...]
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Burger cashes in again in Calgary

With her victory Sunday afternoon at the Calgary Stampede, Mary Burger has extended her big-time lead in the WPRA world standings even more. Burger held a $30,000 lead over the No. 2 cowgirl, Ivy Conrado, heading into the 10-day Stampede. While in Alberta, the Oklahoma cowgirl won all four go-rounds in Pool A, adding $22,000[...]
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Eagle is ready for big-time rodeo

EAGLE, Colo. – The organizers of the Eagle Fair and Rodeo have a few tricks up their sleeves for this year’s rodeo. From the high-flying entertainment of decorated rodeo clown Troy Lerwill to the trick riding talents of the Daredevil Darlings to announcer Scott Grover calling the action from horseback, fans will experience a true[...]
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