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Rogers excited for ‘Ironman’

Erich Rogers is feeling healthy and excited about competing at the 2020 CINCH Timed Event Championship, which begins Friday at the Lazy E Arena. (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
2017 world champion healthy, ready for CINCH Timed Event Championship GUTHRIE, Okla. – After coming off the greatest ProRodeo season of his life, Erich Rogers entered the 2018 CINCH Timed Event Championship on a mission. He was solid on opening day and sat second in the aggregate after the first two go-rounds. He took the[...]
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Calgary Stampede will count for the NFR

For the first time since 2005, money won at the Calgary (Alberta) Stampede will count toward the world standings and for qualifications to the National Finals Rodeo beginning this year. The Stampede and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association announced their new partnership. For years, Calgary’s rodeo was associated with the PRCA, but that changed 15[...]
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Casper, Smith to ride for $1M

Clarendon College champions will be part of The American next weekend CLARENDON, Texas – Halfway between Amarillo and Childress along U.S. Highway 287 in the Texas Panhandle are two billboards representing the Clarendon College rodeo team. One reads: “Home of Wyatt Casper, 2016 National Champion Saddle Bronc Rider.” The other: “Home of Riggin Smith, 2019[...]
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Turek scores big for Rangers

Megan Turek makes a run this past weekend at the Kansas State University rodeo. She finished second in goat-tying. (PHOTO BY AMBER THOMPSON PHOTOGRAPHY)
ALVA, Okla. – Megan Turek hasn’t capitalized on circumstances as well as she would like this season for the Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo team. She’s hoping it all changed this past weekend in Manhattan, Kansas, where she made two solid goat-tying runs to finish second at the Kansas State University rodeo. It more than[...]
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