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Mar 14, 2018
Since 1957, the Southeastern Livestock Exposition in Montgomery, Ala., has hosted some of the biggest names of ProRodeo. Steer wrestler Charlie Lowry has maintained the Montgomery record for 34 years with his 3.2-second run that he made in 1984.
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Mar 13, 2018
Warm weather and big payouts drew many ProRodeo cowboys south, as five of the six rodeos held last week were south of the Mason-Dixon line from March 6-11. Team roping heeler Jonathan Torres moved from 25th to 15th thanks to winning $2,420 at the Arcadia All-Fla Championship Rodeo.
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Mar 12, 2018
Tuf Cooper, Matt Shiozawa, and Cory Petska have reached an exclusive rodeo club, and are soon to be joined by an accomplished bareback rider.
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Mar 11, 2018
Steer wrestler Will Lummus christened Arcadia’s new $9 million arena by winning the Arcadia All-Fla Championship Rodeo with a 4.9-second run.
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Mar 10, 2018
Here's a glance at the best rides and times through March 4 of the PRCA season.
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Mar 09, 2018
​Since 1989, Rodeo Austin (Texas) has attracted some of the biggest names in ProRodeo, since it’s not uncommon for cowboys to win more than $10,000. Bareback rider Royce Ford set two records in 2005. His 92-point, record-setting ride helped him also set the three-head average record of 259 points.
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Mar 08, 2018
It’s almost always sunny in Scottsdale, Ariz., and since 1956 the Parada del Sol rodeo has hosted some of ProRodeo’s biggest names, but only the best competitors leave their mark in the arena record book. Saddle bronc rider Bob W. Brown (pictured at left with Tanya Tucker and Larry Mahan) set the arena record in 1981 with an 88-point ride.
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Mar 07, 2018
Since 1973 the Arcadia All-Fla Championship Rodeo has attracted some of ProRodeo’s biggest names to the Sunshine State – but only the best competitors leave their mark in the arena record book. Steer wrestler Tom Ferguson has the longest-standing record at Arcadia with his 1984 run of 3.6 seconds.
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Mar 06, 2018
Steer wrestler Jason Thomas, above, celebrated after winning Round 2 of the 2016 Wrangler National Finals Round with a 3.5-second run. Thomas is out of action indefinitely after breaking his arm during a practice run.
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Mar 06, 2018
A little bit can go a long way in ProRodeo. With only six competitions last week worth a collective $246,138, a handful of cowboys climbed the 2018 PRCA World Standings within the Top 15. Eli Vastbinder had the biggest move this week, jumping from 24th to 12th thanks to placing second in the average at the Fort Mohave (Ariz.) Classic PRCA Xtreme Bulls event March 3.
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Mar 04, 2018
Despite suffering a fractured pelvis less than two months ago, reigning four-time world champion bull rider Sage Kimzey was back in action and going full throttle as he won the Fort Mohave (Ariz.) PRCA Xtreme Bulls event on March 3.
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Mar 02, 2018
Here is a glance at the top rides and times during the 2018 PRCA season through Feb. 25.
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Mar 01, 2018
Gene Rambo was one of the first, and last, cowboys to regularly and successfully participate in all rodeo events.
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Feb 28, 2018
Saddle bronc rider Sterling Crawley, above, won Round 5 at the 2017 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo with an 89-point ride on Frontier Rodeo’s Medicine Woman, Dec. 11. Crawley will be sidelined for six weeks with a broken collarbone.
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Feb 27, 2018
The biggest rodeo of the year, aside from the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, helped create the biggest shakeup in the PRCA World Standings in more than a year. With $1.48 million on the line at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo and $311,161 at La Fiesta de los Vaqueros in Tucson, Ariz., 61 cowboys moved up within the Top 15.
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Feb 25, 2018
With some help from a friend, Blake Knowles staved off a stable of bulldoggers en route to winning the Tucson (Ariz.) Rodeo.
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Feb 25, 2018
After Sunday’s performance, Scott Snedecor became the first steer roper to win back-to-back average buckles in the history of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo.
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