Month: July 18, 2018

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BFO Doubles Down

Schueth earns 2nd straight Colorado Springs title; Josey takes Vernal crown Colorado Springs sits at the base of Pikes Peak and is home to the United States Air Force Academy. It’s also been the perfect place for Beau Schueth to showcase his talents as a freestyle bullfighter. For the second straight year, he won the[...]
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WI-FMX flying back in to Dodge

DODGE CITY, Kan. – The high-flying spectacle that is the Wisconsin Freestyle Motocross made an impression on rodeo fans in southwest Kansas three years ago. It was such a message that members of the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo committee have asked WI-FMX to return for this year’s rodeo, set for 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 1-Sunday,[...]
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McNeill brings college title home

LOVINGTON, N.M. – Kynzie McNeill reflects on her youth in southeastern New Mexico with great adoration. She should. She’s awfully proud to be from Lea County, where she’s done some brilliant things. But the biggest piece of her life came in June when she claimed the barrel racing national championship at the College National Finals[...]
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Artists enjoy giving back

Otto, Corbin were part of TETWP concert, auction that raised more than $340k GUNNISON, Colo. – The Gunnison Cattlemen’s Days Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign has provided an impact on the local community, but it touches people well beyond the Gunnison Valley. “I think they do amazing work,” said James Otto, one of the[...]
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Roundup featuring Jr.NFR qualifier

DODGE CITY, Kan. – The greatest cowboys and cowgirls in a given season battle throughout the year to compete in Las Vegas in December. What has worked for decades for professional rodeo has been passed down to the next few generations of ropers, bulldoggers, barrel racers, bull riders and bronc riders with the development of[...]
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Wisehart winning wise in pink

GUNNISON, Colo. – When Craig Wisehart left his Texas home, he left a few things, including his pink shirt. That was a bit unhandy Thursday night during the Tough Enough to Wear Pink performance of Cattlemen’s Days PRCA Rodeo, which offered a $1,500 bonus to the highest scores and fastest times in each event. “My[...]
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