Month: March 21, 2018

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Muleys return to Guymon rodeo

GUYMON, Okla. – The Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo has always been known as a true cowboy experience. Nothing epitomized that more than when the rodeo featured hornless steers for team roping. The muleys added a wild experience for all involved. Like all timed-event cattle at Pioneer Days Rodeo, the animals had never been through the[...]
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Alpha Bull making a difference

Besplug’s events raising money, awareness for Ty Pozzobon Foundation When Ty Pozzobon died 14 months ago, those closest to him decided quickly to honor him. The Ty Pozzobon Foundation was created last March to “protect and support the health and well-being of rodeo competitors inside and outside the arena.” That’s the foundation’s mission, and those[...]
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Mars, Finnell lead Rangers

ALVA, Okla. – The time that Denton Mars and Chase Finnell have spent around professional rodeo cowboys is paying off at the college level. Mars and Finnell utilized a strong short-round run this past weekend to win the team roping title at the Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College rodeo. It was a big step for[...]
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Egger takes on rodeo role

GUYMON, Okla. – This community in the middle of the Oklahoma Panhandle has a proud tradition. For decades, Guymon has hosted the annual Pioneer Days Celebration, honoring the history of the people who developed this region that was once known as No Man’s Land. Mitch Egger knows that history. He was born and raised in[...]
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Schueth returns in Scottsdale

Nebraska talent is back in BFO competition after being sidelined by injury SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Beau Schueth last competed on the Bullfighters Only tour five months ago in Austin, Texas, where he suffered broken bones in his foot. Now he returns to the Wrangler Bullfights at Rodeo Scottsdale on Thursday, and he hopes to show[...]
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Ketscher catches big check

California cowboy claims prestigious CINCH Timed Event Championship GUTHRIE, Okla. – Jordan Ketscher is the 14th man in the 34-year history of the CINCH Timed Event Championship to claim the prestigious title. With it, he became the first Californian in five years to win the “Ironman of ProRodeo.” “I’ve always watched this event, and just to be[...]
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Neighbors takes the title

Arkansas cowboy earns $11,000 while claiming the Jr. Ironman Championship GUTHRIE, Okla. – The biggest attribute for cowboys competing in multiple events is being consistent through the contest. Myles Neighbors was the most consistent through his three days at the Jr. Ironman Championship, which led to his title and the first-place check worth $10,000. He roped,[...]
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Ketscher returns to CTEC lead

GUTHRIE, Okla. – The CINCH Timed Event Championship is one of the most demanding games in Western sports, and Saturday proved that. One-time leader Erich Rogers was taken out of competition during Saturday afternoon’s third go-round, when he injured his right knee in steer wrestling. He competed in the fourth round, but only in heading and[...]
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