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29
Nov

ProRodeo Hall of Fame to induct WPRA members

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Commissioner Karl Stressman announced at his State of the PRCA address on Nov. 29 that, starting in 2017, the ProRodeo Hall of Fame will include Women’s Professional Rodeo Association inductees. Read more »

22
Nov

Andre Pater’s Red Arrow, 2016 Sells for $276,000 to Top the Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland

LEXINGTON, KY (Nov. 21, 2016) – Andre Pater’s Red Arrow, 2016, sold for $276,000, including buyer premium, following a spirited bidding duel be the highest-priced work at the fourth annual Sporting Art Auction, held Monday at Keeneland.

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16
Nov

Reese Cates wins Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour Frontier Communications Invitational

2008 Rookie of the Year wins first U.S. event of 2017 PBR Schedule

ONTARIO, Calif. – 2008 PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Rookie of the Year Reese Cates (Monticello, Arkansas) started his 2017 season off on the right foot by winning the Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour (RVT) Frontier Communications Invitational Saturday night at Citizens Business Bank Arena.

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15
Nov

Patterson claims fourth steer roping gold buckle

Photo from The 101 Wild West Rodeo
MULVANE, Kan. – Breaking records isn’t what steer roper Rocky Patterson is all about.  The humble Pratt, Kan., cowboy just enjoys competing in an event he loves.  Whether Patterson likes to boast or not, no one in the PRCA has ever had a more lucrative steer roping season than he just completed. Patterson won his fourth gold buckle with a single-season steer roping record of $141,350. He reached that milestone by earning $56,432 at the 2016 Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping Nov. 11-12.
“It’s big,” said Patterson, 50, about his latest victory.  Patterson broke the previous single-season steer roping record of $121,112, set by Trevor Brazile in 2015.

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15
Nov

Champions crowned at Canadian Finals Rodeo

Courtesy of Barb Poulsen
EDMONTON, Alberta – It’s a story that will be told and retold for a long time. Bull rider Jordan Hansen thought his season was over in July when he shattered his ankle, which required three plates and 10 screws to repair. Hansen had other ideas. He came back for the 43rd edition of the Canadian Finals Rodeo and left as the Canadian Bull Riding Champion. Read more »