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Fair and rodeo a big success

HEMPSTEAD, Texas – Even warm October temperatures weren’t enough to keep throngs of people away from the Waller County Fair and Rodeo. But there’s much more that goes into the annual exposition, and that’s a good thing. The carnival, which is always a hit, was active throughout its run at the nine-day fair and rodeo,[...]
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Scheuth earns one HOT win

Beau Scheuth picked up a key late-season Bullfighters Only victory this past Sunday by winning One HOT Bullfight in Waco, Texas. Scheuth is the No. 7 man in the BFO Pendleton Whisky World Standings. (PHOTO BY TODD BREWER)
Nebraska man steps up big to win BFO title in Waco, moves closer to the leaders WACO, Texas – As the 2019 Bullfighters Only season rolls toward its championship event, Beau Scheuth is at the right place mentally and physically. The Nebraska man proved it on Sunday by winning One HOT Bullfight in conjunction with[...]
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Big names part of Bellville’s rodeo

Two-time world champion Caleb Smidt of Bellville is shown displaying his gold buckle and other wares after the 10th round of the 2018 National Finals Rodeo. He will compete at the Austin County Fair's rodeo this week.
BELLVILLE, Texas – Many of the biggest names in rodeo will converge on this southeast Texas community, starting tonight for the Austin County Fair and Rodeo. The showcase begins with slack on Wednesday, featuring hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls making their runs in non-performance competition that all counts toward this year’s championship at Bellville’s rodeo,[...]
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Thompson earns win in Durant

ALVA, Okla. – A change in approach has already begun working for Northwestern Oklahoma State University cowboy Zane Thompson. “I’ve done a lot of thinking about it and questioning why I haven’t made the college finals yet, and at the end of the day, I realized that I just needed to be more aggressive,” said[...]
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Veteran Harter wins title again

Bradley Harter rides Pete Carr Pro Rodeo's Life of Riley for 82 points Saturday night to share the saddle bronc riding victory at the Waller County Fair and Rodeo with brothers Jacobs and Sterling Crawley. (PHOTO BY DANIEL BECKENDORF)
HEMPSTEAD, Texas – There really aren’t many rodeos across the United States that Bradley Harter hasn’t won. He just wrapped up his 17th season in ProRodeo, closing out the campaign last weekend by finishing 12th in the world standings with $99,351. He began the 2020 regular season by sharing the saddle bronc riding victory at[...]
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