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Broc Cresta Memorial Pro-Am Largest Turn Out To Date

I pulled into Cottonwood, CA around 7:30 am for the Broc Cresta Memorial Pro-Am Team Roping.  For those who have never attended, the roping takes place at the home of Jeff Davis’ 4-Star Rodeo Company.  As you pull up to the ranch, the first thing you see are rolling pastures with bucking bulls and horses

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Roping Mindset

One of the first goals I set when I started really trying to improve my roping was to get to the point where I expected to catch two feet every time I backed into the box. At first, my focus was in the practice pen. I would hope to catch two feet, at best, but

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His and Hers Bridles In The Tack Room

I share head horses with my husband. I am a #4 and he is a #5+ so we ride a little differently. He also runs around the local amateur rodeo circuit, so everything we have must be snappy and quick to get left. I weigh a bit less than he does, so my upper body

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Use Your Legs with Rickey Green

I rode bareback from 4 years old to 11 years old before my dad bought me my own saddle. That saddle had a barrel racing horn, so dad took a hacksaw and cut the horn off and then put a two inch trailer ball through the swells and that was my horn. If you got

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Sherwood and Woodard Shake Up the PRCA Standings

If you’ve been following the PRCA the last few weeks, you may have noticed some familiar names keep showing up in the average results.  Matt Sherwood and Walt Woodard dominated in Fort Worth and are currently sitting well in the average at Houston with a round win the first night and a third place win

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From NFL to NFR: A GIANT Competitor

Photo courtesy of Foto Chaser On Sunday, February 25, 2018, former New York Giant and Super Bowl ring winner, McKenna “Bear” Pascoe will compete against the world’s top steer wrestlers for his chance at the $1 Million Dollar Bonus at RFD-TV’s The American. Pascoe, who was born and raised in Porterville, CA, was brought up

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