Month: April 30, 2017

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Monday competition postponed

GUYMON, Okla. – Weather has dealt the Oklahoma Panhandle a nasty hand over the weekend. Blizzard conditions and high moisture have snarled traffic in and around Guymon as of Sunday afternoon. The weather also has caused a delay in the start of the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo competition. Steer roping was scheduled to begin Monday,[...]
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Rangers win team titles in Hays

ALVA, Okla. – Everything came together well for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo teams. The men and women won the team titles this past weekend at the Fort Hays (Kan.) State University rodeo, with the women dominating the standings by earning 505 points; the men scored 380 to better runner-up Southwestern Oklahoma State University[...]
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BFO to be televised on RFD-TV

The stage for Bullfighters Only continues to grow, and a national television audience will get to experience the high-powered action of freestyle bullfighting. The Bullfighters Only event from this past Saturday night in Ada, Okla., will be part of a special airing at 7:30 p.m. (Central) Wednesday, April 26. “I’m just excited that our next[...]
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Rutkowski claims Ada title

Reigning world champion outlasts the field to win Bullfighters Only event ADA, Okla. – Weston Rutkowski arrived in Ada a few days ago knowing he was in for one heck of a fight. Bullfighters Only-Ada marked the return of big-time freestyle bullfighting to the Pontotoc County Agriplex for the first time in five years, and[...]
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Bullfighting heads home

Bullfighters Only renews event’s history by bringing the action back to Ada ADA, Okla. – There’s nothing like coming home. Whether they’ve laced up their cleats inside the Pontotoc County Agriplex or not, the 15 men who will be part of the Bullfighters Only understand the history freestyle bullfighting in that building. Champions have been[...]
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Action is heading to Moose Jaw

PBR and Bullfighters Only bringing a big show to Saskatchewan MOOSE JAW, Saskatchewan – This city of 33,000 people has quickly learned how exciting things get with the bull riding event comes to town. The action explodes even more for this year’s Professional Bull Riders Moose Jaw Powered by Young’s Equipment, set for 7 p.m.[...]
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Gunnison is part of rodeo history

GUNNISON, Colo. – There is so much involved in the annual Cattlemen’s Days in this picturesque community that it takes months to plan and just a few days to pull off. “It is Colorado’s oldest rodeo and the longest continuous running rodeo in America,” said Andy Stewart, the event’s rodeo announcer. “It’s part of history[...]
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