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Woodward notches win in Hays

ALVA, Okla. – For several years, Pacman was the perfect horse for Kody Woodward. Now, Pacman is doing the same for another member of the family, Brent Woodward, a senior steer wrestler at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. The speedy sorrel gelding proved it again this past weekend by guiding Brent Woodward to the title at[...]
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STS event offers a big weekend

CHILDRESS, Texas –Rodeo rigs in all shapes and sizes will soon converge on this community of 6,200 and increase the population considerably. That’s what happens when the STS Championship comes to town, with competition set for April 30-May 2 at the Mashburn Event Center and Arena in Childress. The event, named for hometown tie-down roping[...]
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McCoy bringing rodeo to Duncan

DUNCAN, Okla. –For much of his life, Cord McCoy made a living as a rodeo cowboy. He won his first buckle at age 5, then progressed up the youth ranks into high school, then intercollegiate rodeo at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, where he was a regular qualifier to the College National Finals Rodeo.[...]
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Sellars is moving on up

Florida cowboy climbs standings with San Angelo X Bulls win SAN ANGELO, Texas – In a matter of minutes, Clayton Sellars shot up seven spots to sixth in the bull riding world standings? How does that happen so quickly? The key ingredient was riding two bulls en route to his title at the San Angelo[...]
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Valor is the Rule in San Angelo

SAN ANGELO, Texas – Barrel racing at the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo is always tough. There are dozens of outstanding horses with exceptional jockeys involved in ProRodeo. With 275 barrel racers entered, this year’s competition is exceptional. On Saturday afternoon, Dona Kay Rule and her horse, High Valor, shot past them all, posting[...]
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Jacobs find the lead in San Angelo

SAN ANGELO, Texas – It was a perfect night for Jacobs and a great night for bull rider Boudreaux Campbell during Thursday’s fifth performance of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo. Campbell, a four-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier from Crockett, Texas, rode Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Oyster Bayou for 92.5 points to close out[...]
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Seaboard opens rodeo doors

Pioneer Days partner offering free admission for matinee performances GUYMON, Okla. – From its first days of operation 25 years ago, Seaboard Foods has been highly involved in the Guymon community and activities across Texas County. Each year, the company serves as a major sponsor of the annual Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo, which this spring[...]
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Chace punts football, wins in rodeo

ALVA, Okla. – Kade Chace may have enjoyed football, but rodeo always had his heart. A 2020 graduate of Cherokee (Oklahoma) High School, Chace spent the first semester his freshman year at Sterling (Kansas) College preparing to play football. When COVID-19 disrupted the season, the lifelong cowboy realized he wanted to move closer to home[...]
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