Month: October 30, 2018

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Wakefield leads Rangers to win

Riley Wakefield, a senior at Northwestern Oklahoma State University from O'Neill, Neb., won the all-around and tie-down roping titles this past weekend at the Northwestern rodeo in Alva. He also placed in a tie for second place in steer wrestling, and the Northwestern men won the team title.
ALVA, Okla. – Like any individual competitor, senior Riley Wakefield was quite pleased with his wins in the all-around and tie-down roping this past weekend at the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo. But his greatest accomplishment was being part of the men’s team title, which pushed the Rangers into the lead in the Central Plains[...]
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Newcomer wins in Wichita

Gibson wins at his first BFO event; Rockin’ B & Magnifica claims inaugural Cattle Battle WICHITA, Kan. – A year ago, Cade Gibson was taking part in his first freestyle bullfighting school with educators Cody Webster, Dusty Tuckness and Nathan Harp, all Bullfighters Only pioneers. This past Saturday night, he competed in his first BFO[...]
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Final-night fireworks ignite titles

DUNCAN, Okla. – Bryson Seachrist had never won the year-end championship in the Prairie Circuit, though he’s a multiple-time qualifier to the Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo. That changed Saturday night in a somewhat unlikely fashion. Seachrist had failed to place in the top four in either of the first two go-rounds, including[...]
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McMillen wins average title

The first champions of the 2018 Chisholm Trail Ram Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo were crowned Friday morning at Stephens County Arena in Duncan, Okla. Kelton McMillen of Paden, Okla., won the steer roping average championship by roping three steers in a cumulative time of 51.8 seconds. Four-time world champion Rocky Patterson of Pratt, Kan., won[...]
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Gladiators coming to Wichita

Bullfighters Only brings a showcase of danger, excitement at Hartman Arena WICHITA, Kan. – Bullfighters Only will invade central Kansas on Saturday, as the world’s top freestyle bullfighters compete in the BFO Wichita Invitational at Park City’s Hartman Arena. As has been the case the last two years, the race for the world championship is[...]
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Yaussi scores big for Rangers

ALVA, Okla. – The deep red dirt that filled the arena at the Oklahoma State University rodeo this past weekend in Stillwater just got darker and thicker as the weekend wore on. “It was bad,” said Bo Yaussi, a sophomore all-around cowboy at Northwestern Oklahoma State University from Udall, Kan. “The first performance was great.[...]
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