Month: July 31, 2017

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Albertan wins bronc match

Layton Green riding into world-title contention with victory in Pollockville POLLOCKVILLE, Alberta – Every young cowboy has dreamed of being one of the very best in the field. Layton Green is living out his dreams one bucking horse at a time, and he’s doing everything he can to make them happen in 2017. “This has[...]
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Back to the basics

Trace Adkins, Gretchen Wilson headline a top concert lineup LOVINGTON, N.M. – World-class talent makes its way to Lovington each August. This year’s Lea County Fair and Rodeo concert lineup is proof, with top headliners Trace Atkins and Gretchen Wilson closing out this year’s exposition at the Lea County Fairgrounds in Lovington. “We’ve been able[...]
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Roundup ready for world-class event

DODGE CITY, Kan. – Dodge City Roundup is more than a local rodeo with regional appeal. It’s a world-class championship that will feature nearly 1,000 contestants all vying for their share of the large purse available. “We are very pleased to have upgraded our status to a Wrangler Gold Tour rodeo, which means we’re offering[...]
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Inman dominates in Salinas

SALINAS, Calif. – Many things have changed for Toby Inman since 2009, the last time he earned the freestyle bullfighting title in Salinas. One thing that hasn’t: He is still one of the smoothest men to have ever tested his skills on the California Rodeo Salinas track. He proved it this past weekend by dominating[...]
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Lowe spurs through mud to money

EAGLE, Colo. – The rains hovered over Johnette Phillips Arena about half an hour before the start of Friday’s third performance of the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo. It didn’t stop until the final bull bucked, but the action was incredible from start to finish. “It just kept coming down,” said Will Lowe, a three-time[...]
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California is calling

Schueth riding a hot streak heading to historic bullfights in Salinas SALINAS, Calif. – There is no hotter man on the Bullfighters Only tour than Nebraskan Beau Schueth. He’s performed well at nearly every stop he’s made and is coming off first- and second-place finishes this past week. He won the title in Colorado Springs, Colo.,[...]
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