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Bareback riding Round 1

1. Joe Gunderson, 88 points, Brookman Rodeo’s Good Times, $17,512 2. Bobby Mote, 86.5, Powder River’s Showboat, $13.840 3. Wes Stevenson on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Sorrel Top and Kayce Feild on Calgary Stampede’s Coconut Roll, 84.5, $8,897. 5. Steven Dent on Beutler & Son’s Molly Brown and Will Lowe on Calgary Stampede’s Kauai Coconut, 82, $3,672.
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Badlands deal

After the awards ceremony Wednesday night, my wife and I went into the Cheyenne Frontier Days party. It was a large room at the South Point, and there were plenty of people filing in. The Cheyenne committee always throws a nice bash during the PRCA Convention. From there, we went to a suite for a[...]
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Ah, Facebook …

So last night, I wasn’t able to post on the fly on the blog, so I went through my Facebook account — yes, you can find TwisTED Rodeo on Facebook, and that can direct you as you go. So I apologize to anyone who doesn’t “like” TwisTED Rodeo on Facebook for not having the up-to-the-minute[...]
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An all-around theme

Canadian Curtis Cassidy of Donalda, Alberta, is the No. 2 man in the most prestigious world standings in ProRodeo, the all-around. He still has to have one of the best Wrangler National Finals Rodeos ever to surpass Trevor Brazile for the gold buckle. Cassidy has earned $137,461 wrestling steer and roping calves in ProRodeo, yet[...]
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Vegas is hopping

When I got to town Monday night, I was a little shocked — there just weren’t that many cowboys in town, which, as I’ve experienced, is atypical when it’s time for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. It seems I was just a little early. While I attended the Gold Buckle Gala to honor Larry Mahan[...]
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Anybody got a Wooden Nickel?

LAS VEGAS – The bright lights of Las Vegas are about to get a taste of the Panhandle. The Wooden Nickel Band will entertain hundreds during the Wrangler Gold Buckle Gala on Monday, Nov. 29, at the South Point Hotel & Casino’s Grand Ballroom. The event, which kicks off the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association convention[...]
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Taming a different beast

Seth Glause is making his second trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, having earned his trip to the championship by finishing the regular season with a hair more than $65,000, good enough for 14th in the world standings. On Thursday night, he’ll wrap his hand to 1,800 pounds of humping, bucking, twisting muscle and[...]
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