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West rides to Jr. Ironman title

Texan sets three Lazy E Arena records Sunday morning to win $11,000 GUTHRIE, Okla. – One man’s misfortune can turn the tide quickly at an event like the Jr. Ironman Championship. When leader Trevor Meier of Garden City, Kansas, failed to secure a catch during his heeling run Sunday morning, that opened the door for Tyler[...]
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Thigpen increases his lead

Justin Thigpen has been dominant through the first four rounds of the CINCH Timed Event Championship. He has a 76.8-second lead over the field heading into Sunday's final round. (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
Georgia cowboy has a nice cushion heading into the final round of the 2019 CTEC GUTHRIE, Okla. – The lessons that Justin Thigpen has gained over the first two days of his first CINCH Timed Event Championship will hopefully be carried over for years to come. He has held the lead at this year’s “Ironman of[...]
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Thigpen holds on to CTEC lead

Justin Thigpen dismounts his horse during Saturday afternoon's third round, which he won in 52.6 seconds. He also leads the average. (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
GUTHRIE, Okla. – Justin Thigpen continues to be impressive during his first CINCH Timed Event Championship. The all-around hand from Waycross, Georgia, posted a 52.6-second round to win the third performance, worth an additional $3,000. He also extended his lead in the average, having roped, tied and wrestled 15 animals in 200.4 seconds, almost 29 seconds[...]
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Rookie rolls into the lead

Justin Thigpen takes a solid heel shot Friday evening during the second round of the CINCH Timed Event Championship of the World. The Waycross, Georgia, cowboy is the leader heading into Saturday's second day of the "Ironman of ProRodeo." (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
Thigpen utilizes strong round finish to be atop CINCH Timed Event Championship GUTHRIE, Okla. – Justin Thigpen didn’t look much like a replacement on Friday, the opening day of the CINCH Timed Event Championship. He roped, tied and wrestled 10 animals in 147.8 seconds and owns the average lead after two go-rounds of the “Ironman of ProRodeo.”[...]
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Reigning champ owns the lead

Reigning champion Jordan Ketscher finishes off his 60.7-second first round, the fastest of the afternoon performance of the CINCH Timed Event Championship. He earned $3,000 for the feat. (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
The story of the 2018 CINCH Timed Event Championship has rolled over into this year’s “Ironman of ProRodeo.” Jordan Ketscher of Squaw Valley, California, roped, tied and wrestled five animals in 60.7 seconds to win the first round and take the aggregate lead into Friday evening’s second go-round, which begins at 7:30 p.m. That’s just[...]
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Big score is a big step for Smith

Garrett Smith is again riding at the top of his game and has advanced to the semifinals at RodeoHouston. He is a two-time National Finals Rodeo qualifier and won the 2017 Canadian Professional Rodeo Association's bull riding title. (PHOTO BY COVY MOORE)
REXBURG, Idaho – Garrett Smith’s return to bull riding’s elite is complete. After missing a portion of the 2018 season – and last year’s National Finals Rodeo – Smith proved his point last week by winning the first round of his series at RodeoHouston with a 93-point ride on Lyndal Hurst’s Yellow Hair. It helped[...]
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A championship celebration

In the 35-year history of the CINCH Timed Event Championship, no cowboy has won more titles than Trevor Brazile, who owns seven that he earned inside the Lazy E Arena. (PHOTO BY JAMES PHIFER)
Lazy E Arena marks 35th anniversary of the CINCH Timed Event Championship GUTHRIE, Okla. – The debate was simple and pointed: Who is the greatest all-around, timed-event cowboy in rodeo? It happened in 1984 between two Lazy E Arena officials and a couple of other cowboys, and that conversation sparked the idea of the CINCH Timed[...]
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PBR adds value to Moose Jaw show

Saskatchewan cowboys Byrne, Roy to be featured The Washboard Union MOOSE JAW, Saskatchewan – The entertainment value heading to Mosaic Place in June is about to increase. The Professional Bull Riders Moose Jaw Powered by Young’s Equipment will take place 7 p.m. Saturday, June 8, at the arena and will not only feature the top[...]
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Texans take two titles

Chance Moorman takes his second jump during his championship-round, 90-point bullfight Sunday to win the Bullfighters Only Speedway Series event in Atlanta. (PHOTO BY TODD BREWER)
Rutkowski wins San Antonio; Moorman claims Speedway Series title in Atlanta Between them, Weston Rutkowski and Chance Moorman made a combined $17,500 at Bullfighters Only events over the past weekend. It was a busy week for the BFO, with the sport’s richest one-day bullfight taking place Saturday afternoon in conjunction with the San Antonio Stock[...]
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