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Arizona Championships Open Bode W. Baize (Anthony, NM) / Bobby Baize (Anthony, NM), 35.45 on 5, $1,939
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now in Arizona? Record breaking amounts of snow and rain hit Arizona January 21-24, 2010. It just so happened that the snow storm hit the same time as the USTRC’s Arizona Championships. Despite the severe weather conditions, which ultimately lead to roads being closed, the show went on. Dennis Lines of Pima, Arizona thoroughly enjoyed the event as he and his partners won well over $9,350 in cash, four trophy Martin saddles and $14,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings. “This was really a good roping. It was cold and slushy outside, but it was good
inside the arena,” said Lines. “We live about 70 miles away and it was just raining at our house, but when we got about 20 miles away from the Casino there in Globe it turned to snow.” The 55 year-old heeler began by winning the Century Bonus of the Gold Plus division with Armon Pearson. “Armon and I rope together a lot,” said Lines, who is the Public Works Director for the town of Pima. “He just lives about a mile and a half away and so we enter together all the time and practice together when we can.” From there he entered the #12 Division with Bart Judd and they placed fifth in the Main Average by catching four steers in 46.78 seconds. The win earned them a Regional Finals Shoot-Out worth $2,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings. “I roped a leg on our last steer and that took us out of the big money, but it was nice to get a ShootOut,” added Lines. In the #11 Division, Lines was back roping with Pearson and they really turned up the heat. They caught four steers in 32.63 seconds and ended up first place in the Main Average. The victory gave them $4,368, trophy Martin saddles and a National Finals Shoot-Out worth $6,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings. “I won my first USTRC saddle some years back and this was my second,” said Lines. “It was good to win it with Armon and he was as excited as I was.” Lines continued his winning ways in the #10 Division where he teamed up with Steven Alder. The pair caught four steers in 38.54 seconds and took first place in the Average. They won $4,690, trophy Martin saddles and National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 each in USTRC Flex Earnings. “Steven and I rope together a little. He lives in Pima too, but he just started roping not too long ago,” said Lines. “This was certainly his first USTRC saddle and it might have even been his first USTRC
roping. He was extremely excited and I was proud to win with him.” Although the snow, cold and rain dampened the ground, it didn’t dampen the spirit of USTRC team ropers. They braved the bad weather and enjoyed the unique opportunity to load up on USTRC National and Regional Shoot-Outs. Thus is life, you never know how the cards will fall, so you have to be ready for anything. 2010 Arizona Championships Apache Gold Casino San Carlos, Arizona January 21 - 24, 2010 Total Payout = $88,221 Open Average 5-Steer 1. Bode W Baize (Anthony, NM) / Bobby Baize (Anthony, NM), 35.45 on 5, $1,939; 2. Murdock Keith (Westlock, AB) / Byron Wilkerson (Stanfield, AZ), 35.60 on 5, $1,292; 3. Jake Barnes (Scottsdale, AZ) / Anthony Calmelat (Tucson, AZ), 38.42 on 5; 4. Matt Sherwood (Pima, AZ) / Cesar DeLaCruz (Marana, AZ), 38.43 on 5; 5. Aaron Tsinigine (Tuba City, AZ) / Brock G Hanson (Casa Grande, AZ), 39.03 on 5; 6. Matt Sherwood (Pima, AZ) / Cory Petska (Lexington, OK), 32.35 on 4; 7. Rudy Clark Jr (Mammoth, AZ) / Lane Siggins (Ruidoso Downs, NM), 22.45 on 3; 8. Derrick J Begay (Seba Dal Kai, AZ) / Cory Petska (Lexington, OK), 25.25 on 3; 9. Nano Garza (Mesquite, NM) / Lane Siggins (Ruidoso Downs, NM), 13.89 on 2; 10. Rube Woolsey (Casa Grande, AZ) / Tom Bill Johnson (Kirkland, AZ), 14.56 on 2 Incentive 1. Rudy Clark Jr (Mammoth, AZ) / Lane Siggins (Ruidoso Downs, NM), 22.45 on 3, $1,140, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Matt Sherwood (Pima, AZ) / Cory Petska (Lexington, OK), 5.15, $230 #15 Average 4-Steer 1. Austin Stafford (Prineville, OR) / Brooks R Dahozy (Window Rock, AZ), 27.70 on 4, $2,814, National SO; 2. Martin Rucker (Suprise, AZ) / Tom Bill Johnson (Kirkland, AZ), 28.04 on 4, $2,110, Regional SO; 3. Rawley W Ben (Peridot, AZ) / Ty Romo (Whiteriver, AZ), 28.47 on 4, $1,406, Regional SO; 4. Jeff Billings (Dona Ana, NM) / Bode W Baize (Anthony, NM), 29.02 on 4, $702, Regional
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pring is finally in the air….and it’s about time. Seems like it came a little too late for the Arizona Championships, which was pretty much a disaster as a result of an Arizona snowstorm that kept everyone from being able to make the trip to San Carlos….That was a lot of snow! Yes, it’s been a tough spring in Arizona and New Mexico for sure, but the air definitely has a hint of springtime in it and makes you feel like loading up and heading down the road. I had a lot of feedback from last month’s article about the World Series and their attempt to establish their own classification system. Most of it was in the form of puzzlement by team ropers as to why Denny Gentry, who established the USTRC and sold it a few years ago, would turn around and start a new association and try to establish a new classification system. Needless to say, most of the speculation was not flattering toward Denny, with the general conclusion being that is was… “about the money, stupid” ...but then it usually is. It’s not hard to figure it out. When you think about it, it makes perfect sense. Denny already made a boatload of money by selling the USTRC….or several boatloads….and so why not do it again? The key is, he has to have something to sell, and the only way to do that is to have an organization with a membership….and the only way to build a membership…..well, you can see where this goes….a
classification system is born. I think it’s probably a tough sell to most ropers who are already strapped by the current economic conditions and don’t want to have to buy a membership, but it’s not the common roper that the World Series events wants to attract. World Series is openly marketed as an organization for “Elite” ropers….and by “elite,” it really means, “wealthy.” Look, it’s no secret that the average demographic of team ropers has shifted significantly over the last decade or so to include a subset of wealthy ropers, and it’s this group that the World Series is geared to cater to. Buying an extra membership is not going to be a deterring factor for this group. All that is required is for Denny to convince them “they need it”, and a new classification system is the obvious vehicle to accomplish that goal. I’m not going to get into the argument about the quality of the World Series classification system because I have no idea what quality measures are in place. But with the limited membership the organization has, it can’t be that difficult. As with all upstart classification systems over the past 15 years or so, you simply ask, “What’s your current USTRC classification?’ …and your off and running. A couple of guys go over the list and make subjective alterations based on some loosely defined…or more than likely…. undefined criteria. It’s the same
Arizona Championships SO; 5. Rodolfo A Rodriguez Jr (Secorra, TX) / Aldo Garibay (Rio Rico, AZ), 31.80 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Rudy Clark Jr (Mammoth, AZ) / Aldo Garibay (Rio Rico, AZ), 5.39, $370 #13 4-Steer Average 1. Logan R Westcott (Snowflake, AZ) / Wacey Westcott (Snowflake, AZ), 29.36 on 4, $3,096, National SO; 2. Pedro G Egurrola (Tucson, AZ) / Rudy Clark Jr (Mammoth, AZ), 33.12 on 4, $2,320, Regional SO; 3. Larry Cohorn (Las Cruces, NM) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 35.64 on 4,
way Denny did it in the early years of the USTRC. Who’s winning too much, not enough, who’s a good-ole-boy, and of course the most important….How much do they spend at my events? To be clear, this is not to bash World Series events. I think they offer a unique product that’s pretty appealing on many levels. World Series events provide an alternative format, that I personally like. I do however, have concerns about how these events will impact the overall dynamic of the sport. The team roping industry is relatively fragile, and despite the growing involvement of the roping “elite”, the foundation of the sport rests on the participation of those guys who have jobs and work for a living….and find a way to rope on the side. These are the heart and soul of the team roping world, upon the backs of which, the entire industry was built. They are crucial to the future of the sport, and without them, team roping would surely die on the vine. Elitist ropers are an equally important part of the dynamic. They provide the bulk of the critical ingredient that has kept the sport expanding…..MONEY! It is the infusion of dollars by these wealthy ropers, that in many cases trickles down and keeps team roping viable for the working class. Certainly I don’t have a crystal ball, and no one knows for sure what will happen, but I think it’s potentially
$1,546, Regional SO; 4. Ray Siggins (Ruidoso Downs, NM) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 36.37 on 4, $774, Regional SO; 5. Bart O Judd (Pima, AZ) / Jared Luster (Pima, AZ), 37.24 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Logan R Westcott (Snowflake, AZ) / Wacey Westcott (Snowflake, AZ), 5.46, $406 #12 4-Steer Average 1. Carleton C Charley (Church Rock, NM) / Casper Billy (Church Rock, NM), 34.95 on 4, $4,314, National SO; 2. Rider Kiesner (Granbury, TX) / Chad Knight (Central, AZ),
34.98 on 4, $3,236, Regional SO; 3. Gary L Kiehne (Springerville, AZ) / Cade Passig (Capitan, NM), 45.72 on 4, $2,156, Regional SO; 4. Del C Hooker (Las Cruces, NM) / Clovis Hooper (Silver City, NM), 46.55 on 4, $1,078, Regional SO; 5. Bart O Judd (Pima, AZ) / Dennis V Lines (Pima, AZ), 46.78 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Rider Kiesner (Granbury, TX) / Logan R Westcott (Snowflake, AZ), 6.25, $568 #11 4-Steer Average 1. Armon I Pearson (Pima, AZ) / Dennis V Lines (Pima, AZ),
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problematic for the entire sport if the infusion of cash that comes from the elitist ropers, is separated out of the trough from which all ropers feed....But I could be wrong. Finally, a couple of personal “Atta boys” for performances this past month. The first one to my nephew, Reed Davis, who won his first saddle…Reed is six! The second goes out to Carl Sweazea, who at just fourteen, won the truck at the “Free Truck Roping” in Queen Creek. It was just a few years ago that his dad, Kevin, accomplished the same thing at a Booger Barter event. That apple didn’t fall far from the tree. Good job guys! ‘Til next month……
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#13: Logan R. Westcott (Snowflake, AZ) / Wacey Westcott (Snowflake, AZ), 29.36 on 4, $3,096, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each #15: Austin Stafford (Prineville, OR) / Brooks R. Dahozy (Window Rock, AZ), 27.70 on 4, $2,814, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each
32.63 on 4, $4,368, National SO; 2. Joe A Gallegos (El Paso, TX) / Cole Rogers (Tularosa, NM), 35.30 on 4, $2,912, Regional SO; 3. Boyd Hicks (Safford, AZ) / Kevin England (Solomon, AZ), 38.01 on 4, $2,304, Regional SO; 4. Todd Schafer (Queen Creek, AZ) / Joey E Rezzonico (Queen Creek, AZ), 38.82 on 4, $1,700, Regional SO; 5. Steven Alder (Pima, AZ) / Chad Knight (Central, AZ), 38.96 on 4, $848, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Ross Long (Albuquerque, NM) / Tony L Steele (Alamo, NV), 6.83, $640 #10 Average 4-Steer 1. Steven Alder (Pima, AZ) / Dennis V Lines (Pima, AZ), 38.54 on 4, $4,690, National SO; 2. Megan S Sherwood (Pima, AZ) / John R Salazar (Thatcher, AZ), 39.89 on 4, $3,516, Regional SO; 3. Michelle Rezzonico (Queencreek, AZ) / Joey E Rezzonico (Queen Creek, AZ), 44.90 on 4, $2,346, Regional SO; 4. Christian Cisneros Salazar (Nogales, AZ) / Manuel Alvarez Jr (Arivaca, AZ), 48.46 on 4, $1,172, Regional SO; 5. Robert W Martinez (Radium
Springs, NM) / Bill Porter (Salem, NM), 50.08 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Marden E Lines (Pima, AZ) / Braden D Hawkins (Pima, AZ), 6.67, $616 #9 4-Steer Average 4-Steer 1. Todd Schafer (Queen Creek, AZ) / Dylon Cole Buchanan (Gilbert, AZ), 46.61 on 4, $4,662, National SO; 2. John Henry Gaona Jr (Winkelman, AZ) / Lino D Rubal Jr (Tucson, AZ), 48.97 on 4, $3,110, Regional SO; 3. Janet L Mickelson (Flagstaff, AZ) / Pete Mickelson (Flagstaff, AZ), 49.94 on 4, $2,460, Regional SO; 4. Chance P Brunson (Alamogordo, NM) / Joe A Gallegos (El Paso, TX), 52.47 on 4, $1,814, Regional SO; 5. Ed G Skinner (Safford, AZ) / Dan J Fowlie (Tubac, AZ), 54.47 on 4, $908, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Frank Martinez (Tucson, AZ) / John Henry Gaona Jr (Winkelman, AZ), 7.18, $682
#8 Pick Draw Average 3-Steer 1. Selina Arbizo (Winkelman, AZ) / Leander Lupe (Whiteriver, AZ), 27.70 on 3, $3,012, National SO; 2. Vance Costelow (Sahuarita, AZ) / L G May (Hachita, NM), 35.02 on 3, $2,010, National SO; 3. Jake Wright (El Paso, TX) / Tanner C Lupe (Whiteriver, AZ), 40.07 on 3, $1,590, National SO; 4. Paul M Rivera Jr (Winkelman, AZ) / Dan J Fowlie (Tubac, AZ), 41.37 on 3, $1,172, National SO; 5. Donnie J Luna (Truth Or Consequnces, NM) / Bill Padilla (Rio Rico, AZ), 42.48 on 3, $586, National SO Overall Fast Time 1. Adrian Escalante Sr (Laveen, AZ) / Tim Motes (Silver City, NM), 7.71, $440 Gold Plus Average 4-Steer 1. Scott Hall (Chandler, AZ) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 34.18 on 4, $2,140, GoldPlus SO; 2. Reed Flake (Snowflake, AZ) / Joseph Kimball (Higley, AZ), 37.98 on 4, $1,284, GoldPlus SO; 3. Julius Keyonnie (Winslow, AZ) / Alfonso Francis (Winslow, AZ), 38.70 on 4, $856, GoldPlus SO Incentive 1. Ross Long (Albuquerque, NM) / David Wimberly (Moriarty, NM), 31.09 on 3, $844, GoldPlus SO; 2. Robert
#12: Carleton C. Charley (Church Rock, NM) / Casper Billy (Church Rock, NM), 34.95 on 4, $4,314, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each
#11: Armon I. Pearson (Pima, AZ) / Dennis V. Lines (Pima, AZ), 32.63 on 4, $4,368, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each
W Martinez (Radium Springs, NM) / Bill Porter (Salem, NM), 34.85 on 3, $562, GoldPlus SO; 3. Ross Long (Albuquerque, NM) / Cavin Jacobs (Estancia, NM), 37.39 on 3, GoldPlus SO Overall Fast Time 1. Scott Hall (Chandler, AZ) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 7.41, $300 Century Bonus Average 3-Steer 1. Armon I Pearson (Pima, AZ) / Dennis V Lines (Pima, AZ), 27.75 on 3, $300 #15 Warmup Average 4-Steer 1. Gabriel SantaMaria (Tucson, AZ) / Anthony Calmelat (Tucson, AZ), 30.03 on 4, $1,140; 2. Jeff Billings (Dona Ana, NM) / Bode W Baize (Anthony, NM), 31.06 on 4, $684; 3. Shotgun Passig (Capitan, NM) / Cade Passig (Capitan, NM), 34.96 on 4, $456 Incentive 1. Shotgun Passig (Capitan, NM) / Cade Passig (Capitan, NM), 27.08 on 3, $456 Overall Fast Time 1. Nano Garza (Mesquite, NM) / Aldo Garibay (Rio Rico, AZ), 6.14, $144
#9: Todd Schafer (Queen Creek, AZ) / Dylon Cole Buchanan (Gilbert, AZ), 46.61 on 4, $4,662, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each
#8: Selina Arbizo (Winkelman, AZ) / Leander Lupe (Whiteriver, AZ), 27.70 on 3, $3,012, National Shoot-Outs worth $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings each
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shot to win the truck, but pocket part of the t took a few individuals to help pull it $27,000 in cash that was awarded. off, but pull it off they did. Ty Yost, “How cool would it have been if the teamed up with Cory Johnson and Jack truck or the roping would have been won on Goodman to offer team ropers in Arizona a a free run?” said Yost. “Maybe next time!” chance to win a truck for free. Yep - Free! Every roper who walked up on to the entry office at the Horsehoe Park in Queen Creek, The Free Truck Roping Arizona on February 5-6 was given a free Queen Creek Arena entry to the event. In Yost’s own words, “ It’s Queen Creek, Arizona truly was a one-on-a-kind event.” February 5 - 6, 2010 In addition to the free entry, the fee for Total Payout = $27,000 Carl Sweazea, high point winner of the 2009 Dodge 3500 diesel, 4-door dually at the 2010 Free Truck additional entries was cut prior to the event Roping at the Horseshoe Park in Queen Creek, Arizona. to $60 a man. In the end, ropers filled the #10 Truck Average parking lot, the arena and the entire facility (Drayton Valley, AB), 26.25 on 3; 20. Rex G. (Glendale, AZ) / Garry Fecho (Hanna, AB), 25.95 on 3-steer for their chance to win the truck. Just under Lamoreaux (Gilbert, AZ) / Lucas J. Casterton (Mesa, $800; 16. Carlos Aranda (Skull Valley, AZ) / Rex 3, 1. Leon Nez (Chinle, AZ) / Juan M. Robles (Nogales, 1,400 teams filled the roping. AZ), 28.03 on 3 Allen Hawkins (Payson, AZ), 25.97 on 3; 17. Jaime E. AZ), 18.87 on 3, $6,000; 2. Lee Meketi (Aztec, NM) The roping began at 10:30 a.m. on Chavez (Laveen, AZ) / Adan Quezada Jr. (Laveen, / Bill Padilla (Rio Rico, AZ), 21.29 on 3, $4,000; 3. Saturday and the truck was awarded just Short Go Fast Time AZ), 26.01 on 3; 18. Leebert Arviso (Maricopa, AZ) / after the short-go at 4:30 a.m. on Sunday. In Ty Farella (Newcastle, WY) / Kevin Lang (Casa Grade, Justin R. Kipp (Lordsburg, NM), 26.15 on 3; 19. Leo 1. Tyler Nosie (San Carlos, AZ) / Carl Sweazea AZ), 21.41 on 3, $3,000; 4. Tyler Nosie (San Carlos, the end, Carl Sweazea from Mountainair, (Mountainair, NM), 5.48, $1,000 Lumley (Buena Park, CA) / Clinton Sandercock New Mexico claimed the ultimate prize. Out AZ) / Carl Sweazea (Mountainair, NM), 21.67 on 3, $2,000; 5. Ivan Torres (Gilbert, AZ) / Matt Franklin of the top 20 places paid in the Average, (Ft Defiance, AZ), 23.13 on 3, $2,000; 6. Todd A. Carl heeled his way to fourth place victory Garvin (Show Low, AZ) / Carl Sweazea (Mountainair, with Tyler Nosie and sixth place with NM), 24.05 on 3, $1,000; 7. Travis Magill (Payson, header, Todd A. Garvin. Carl and Nosie also AZ) / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 24.14 on 3, $1,000; claimed the short go fast time win with a 8. Bill Hamblin (Vermilion, AB) / Calvin Stern (Casa fast run of 5.48 seconds, all of which totaled Grande, AZ), 24.14 on 3, $1,000; 9. Sergio Rascon 42 points that earned him the 2009 Dodge (Phoenix, AZ) / Rex Allen Hawkins (Payson, AZ), 3500 diesel, 4-door dually. Carl is only 14, 24.30 on 3, $1,000; 10. Renaldo Wartz (Blue Gap, so he won’t be able to get his driving permit AZ) / Harrison Donald (Tonalea, AZ), 24.36 on 3, till the end of September according to his esalands Community College On March 18, $1,000; 11. Menny J. Estrada (El Paso, TX) / Tyler father who tried to talk him into using the Foundation, Inc., has established 2009, McCain Saganitso (Tuba City, AZ), 24.61 on 3, $800; 12. new Dodge as a ranch truck until then. the Meagan McCain Memorial Rodeo was inducted in Dusty Perkins (Show Low, AZ) / Robert D. Casterton However, his father admits he doesn’t think Scholarship to honor McCain’s life as a the Phi Theta (Queen Creek, AZ), 24.70 on 3, $800; 13. Francisco Carl will beMONTH-MAR going for that. Valenzuela (Patagonia, AZ) / Gerardo Q. Valenzuela successful college student and rodeo team Kappa 09 BUILT BY-P/U W/CHG DP IN HOUSE PROOF CRX’D (Sahuarita, AZ), 24.92 on 3, $800; 14. Bruce E. Yost was happy at the positive turnout of member. Thus far with the help of the Intercollegiate Palmer (Gilbert, AZ) / John W. Hawkins (Santa Fe, the event that gave 362 teams free runs, as Intercollegiate Rodeo Coach, C.J. Aragon National Honor NM), 24.92 on 3, $800; 15. Alonzo Cabral well as the fact that ropers not only had a and the rodeo students at Mesalands, they Society of twohave raised $5,430 as of February 1, 2010. year colleges. The Foundation is seeking another $4,570 She was also a by April 1, in order for the scholarship to recipient of the Mesalands Community be considered endowed. An endowed President’s S CKLE College Foundation, Inc., U B scholarship will not only guarantee that Citation for the BLE PHY established the Meagan TRO AVAILA future rodeo students at Mesalands will 2008-2009 McCain Memorial W O N receive assistance funding their college school year. To Scholarship in honor of education, but will also ensure that be eligible, McCain’s scholastic McCain’s time at Mesalands will always achievements and her students must success on the Mesalands be remembered. maintain a McCain, 19, died in a car accident on cumulative grade Intercollegiate Rodeo Team. August 21, 2009. She was originally from point average Piedmont, Alabama, but lived in Poteet, of 3.75 or better, successfully complete Texas, for the last two years. She attended 30 or more credits in the fall/spring Mesalands in 2008-09 on a rodeo semester, and have no grades below a “C” scholarship and proved to be a great asset in the given year. to the team. “She was very outgoing and was “Meagan had a big part in improving our academically achieved and dedicated to Women’s Team. She kept them motivated rodeo,” Amanda Hammer, Director of and proactive,” Coach Aragon said. “She Financial Aid at Mesalands said. “She Team Roping Saddle was the heart and soul of our Women’s idealized what a successful rodeo college $ ) "( $ Team.” Aragon also stated that McCain had student should be.” *$ ' $ !& the most points last season for any female in Additional information about the College’s history. 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anuary 8 and 9, 2010 were great days for our new productions company! Our weekend of roping went very well, as we paid out $163,270 in 2 ropings! Friday morning while Reed Flake’s cattle were being wrapped and ran through, all the ropers that were at the Mojave Crossing Event Center got to rope through the steers and the set up that would be in place for Saturday’s roping. We want our company to be known for giving the ropers the best cattle and set up they can have, to win our big money ropings! Friday night we had#11 warm up roping, capped at a 6 elite. There were 71 teams, and we paid 4 monies, $12,070 total. Saturday, January 9th was a great roping! With 27 teams entered, 13 monies were paid out! The total payout for the #11 with a #10 incentive, was $151,200.00! The set up and steers were perfect! The roping was very roper friendly, and every Warm Up Roping Winners! (Pictured Left to Right): Joseph Savedra of S&W Productions, Phil Burris and Johnny Cox (26.73/3 split $4,828), roper we talked to said Logan and Beth Wengert also of S&W Productions. they “WILL BE BACK NEXT YEAR!” We gave away a beautiful prize line as well a lot of money! Where else can ropers go and rope against 26 other teams to win this amount of money? This roping was made for ropers who want to win big money with the best chance to do so! Bob White and Arnold Felts cleaned house! The men from Texas shared $67,000.00 by winning 1st in the Average, the Century Bonus and 2 Fast Times! Along with a big paycheck they ordered custom Cactus saddles, and each took home 2 gorgeous belt buckles a piece from A Cut Above Silver by Andy Andrews , 2 CSI Pads (one for Average win, one for Century Bonus), and “the official Joint Supplement of Ropers Bailout” LubriSyn certificates! Great job guys!
Average Winners! (Pictured Left to Right): Joseph Savedra (S&W Productions), Amanda Wilcox, Arnold Felts and Bob White (44.57/4 split $50,000), Logan and Beth Wengert (S&W Productions), CSI Pad Rep. Bob White and Arnold Felts also won 1st Round Fast Time (8.55/1 split $5,000) and Short Go Fast Time (8.22/1 split $5,000).
The ropers were happy and so is S&W Productions! The first one is over, our next roping an Open and #13 (details coming very soon) is going to be bigger and better! We would like to say thank you to all of our sponsors: Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment for designing and making the chute, Fast Back Ropes for the rope bags given to Archie Chant and Justin Ready for the Fast Time Overall with a 7.09, A Cut Above Silver for the 10 beautiful buckles, CSI Pads for the 6 saddle pads given to the Average, Century Bonus and Incentive Winners, LubriSyn for the 27 certificates for “The Official Joint Supplement of Ropers Bailout”, Cactus Saddlery for the Average Saddles, IFA Country Stores, Chaco Canyon Trading/Jerry Elkins, Mesilla Valley Trucking, Desert Construction, C&E Concrete, Diamond G Home Center, Holiday Cleaners, Delta Tire/Kastendicks, Liz Tafoya Realty, Buddy Elkins, Aztec Feed & Supply and McKinley Paper Company for making the Free Dummy Roping very special for those 3 little boys! We are proud to have all of you sponsors on our team. Very special thanks to Reed and Amy Flake for all of their expertise and trouble shooting! We also hosted a free Dummy Roping for the kids whose parents were entered in the roping! We had 5 lil’ ones enter, and 3 boys won Teskey Ranch Roper Kid Saddles (Sponsored by IFA Country Stores and S&W Productions)! 1st Swade Olsen, UT. 2nd Preston Olsen, UT. 3rd Martin Savedra, NM. They were so cute, talented and excited to win their own saddles! Logan, Beth and Joseph want to thank everyone for coming, and can’t wait to see you at the next big one! Please keep checking our website www.ropersbailout.com for new events coming in 2010!
Dummy Roping Winners (Pictured Left to Right): Back row - Joseph Savedra (S&W Productions), Amanda Wilcox, Beth and Logan Wengert (S&W Productions). Front row - 3rd place Martin Savedra, 1st Place Swade Olsen, 2nd Place Preston Olsen!
2.24 Million Dollar Bailout Total Payout = $163,270 #11 Warm Up 3-steer Average 1. Phil Burris (Deming, NM) / Johnny L Cox (Alto, NM), 26.70 on 3, $4,828; 2. Doug S Olsen (Payson, UT) / Bryce B Davis (Spanish Fork, UT), 28.42 on 3, $3,621; 3. Tony S Holden (Gillette, WY) / Tyson S Holden (Gillette, WY), 29.24 on 3, $2,414; 4. Charlie Armstrong Jr (Utica, MS) / Sage C Britain IV (Poolville, TX), 30.06 on 3, $1,207; 5. Westi Hicks (Deming, NM) / Phil Burris (Deming, NM), 30.06 on 3
#10 Incentive and Century Bonus Winners! (Pictured Left to Right): Joseph Savedra, Amanda Wilcox, Incentive Winners Phil Brevik and Don Gosney (25.59/2 split $9,200), Century Bonus Winners Arnold Felts and Bob White (36.35/3 split $7,000) Beth and Logan Wengert, CSI Pads Representatives.
3 Steer Consolation Winners! (Pictured Left to Right): Joseph Savedra, Amanda Wilcox, Jace Henry and Dusty Jones (29.36/3 split $7,000) also won 3rd Round Fast Time (7.17/1 split $5,000), Beth and Logan Wengert.
#11 / 10 Incentive 4-steer Average 1. Bob L White (San Angelo, TX) / Arnold D Felts (San Angelo, TX), 44.57 on 4, $50,000, National SO; 2. Jeff J Clark (Caspedr, WY) / Tyson S Holden (Gillette, WY), 53.85 on 4, $40,000, Regional SO Incentive 1. Don L Gosney (Bayfield, CO) / Philip A Brevik (Durango, CO), 25.59 on 2, $9,200, Regional SO; 2. Ben T Tibbitts (Blackfoot, ID) / Joel C Wells II (Las Vegas, NV), 15.23 on 1, $7,000, Regional SO Short Go Fast Time 1. Bob L White (San Angelo, TX) / Arnold D Felts (San Angelo, TX), 8.22, $5,000 Overall Fast Time 1. Jace A Henry (Mount Vernon, AR) / Dusty W Jones (Greenbrier, AR), 29.36, $7,000, Regional SO; 2. Richard Kee (Somerville, TN) / Eddie Stafford (Brighton, TN), 32.75, $4,000; 3. J Archie Chant (Rock Springs, WY) / Justin Ready (Dixon, WY), 7.09, $7,000, Regional SO; 4. Bob L White (San Angelo, TX) / Arnold D Felts (San Angelo, TX), 8.55, $7,000, Regional SO Round 1 Fast Time 1. Bob L White (San Angelo, TX) / Arnold D Felts (San Angelo, TX), 8.55, $5,000 Round 2 Fast Time 1. Justin R Marquez (Seboyeta, NM) / Bruce L Anderson (Zephyrhills, FL), 8.64, $5,000 Round 3 Fast Time 1. Jace A Henry (Mount Vernon, AR) / Dusty W Jones (Greenbrier, AR), 7.17, $5,000
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ase IH customers who have purchased an eligible Case IH product between July 1, 2009 and March 31, 2010 will receive an additional $1,000 Bonus Cash allowance toward the retail purchase or lease of a new Dodge Ram Light Duty, Heavy Duty or Cab & Chassis truck. This $1,000 Bonus Cash allowance is in addition to all other offers that are currently available at the time of purchase.
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USTRC News! Ropers, New for the 2010 season, Gold Spur members, which includes Lifetime members and additional family members 13 years of age or older as of January 1, 2010, will receive $1,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings. These earnings have been deposited in your Flex Earnings account and may be used in any Regional Finals or National Finals Shoot-Out division...your choice! As in the past, Gold Plus members will receive $3,000 in USTRC Flex Earnings. Likewise, these earnings have been deposited in your Flex Earnings account and may be used at your discretion in any Regional Finals or National Finals Shoot-Out division. Gold Spur members that upgrade to the Gold Plus membership will receive an additional $2,000 in Flex Earnings for a total of $3,000. You may view your member services page at www.ustrc.com. Click on the “view your earnings” link on your personal page.
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Stipes Brothers Win IPRA Team Roping World Championships See the Courtesy of Fastback Ropes Oklahoma brothers and Fast Back cowboys, Jesse and Casey Stipes, of Salina, Oklahoma, demonstrated the importance of consistency at the 40th Annual International Finals Rodeo, January 15-17, 2010 in Oklahoma City. A 5.4-second run in the first round earned the team a paycheck of $2,083 per man. Team Stipes placed in the remaining go-rounds for an aggregate time of 25.4 on 4-head, resulting in an average win of $4,166 per roper. Total 2010 IFR earnings of $9,372 each secured Jesse and Casey first place in the world standings with a comfortable lead. “We were both third in the standings before it started so we really ran at the first two steers,” explains Casey. “After we got them down and were doing well in the average, we decided to get the last two caught and it paid off. We’re looking forward to going again in 2010 and making some PRCA rodeos as well.”
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Animal Agriculture and Responsible Antibiotic Use Dying from a bee sting...........1 in 6 million
By Alyn M. McClure, DVM with Herd Health Management, LP
ecently, CBS News producers created a special report on the use of antibiotics in livestock production. The piece, reported by Evening News anchor Katie Couric, is not a factual representation of the scientific, safe and careful use of antibiotics in animal agriculture. My lifetime of experience in animal agriculture makes their report seem to me biased and misleading. My parents who migrated from family farms in Oregon raised us in a small Southern California community with chickens and rabbits for meat and eggs. I worked my way through high school and college on farms and fruit orchards, a 12,000 head beef feedlot, and a university owned dairy and milk processing plant. Professionally I have worked for 36 years with dairies, feedlots, cattle and sheep ranchers in 12 states in the U.S. and in Mexico. Without exception I have found these owners and managers to be very concerned about the ethical treatment and welfare of their animals including the responsible use of antibiotics. They have been interested in scientific and applied research, and have worked diligently to improve every aspect of herd health and implement management programs to prevent disease and minimize the need for the use of antibiotics. Last week I was leaning against a fence post on a third-generation family dairy farm in Arizona pondering how I might respond to the CBS report since I’d gotten word they’d be airing a story on the subject. While I was reflecting, I was watching cows returning from the milking parlor playfully loping back to their pen and rapidly placing their heads side by side through the self-locking stanchions to eat. They were voraciously consuming a wellbalanced total mixed ration of locally grown forages, processed grains and agricultural by-products. They had just been calmly milked by caring professional milkers using state-of-the art milking equipment. These cows walk to and from their pen twice a day on dry, padded concrete walkways to be milked. They are bedded on clean, dry and comfortable bedding in open dry lots and under shades that protect them from the elements in the winter and cool them with water spray and fans in the summer. This family has implemented many technologies to now efficiently and humanely manage thousands of milk cows better than when they started with 40 cows years ago. These cows have never been fed antibiotics, and are only treated with antibiotics when needed to cure or prevent a bacterial infection to prevent pain, suffering and death, to enable these cows to achieve their potential to feed us and a starving world with safe, wholesome, and affordable food. That is how less than 1% of the U.S. population is involved in agriculture and can provide for the other 99% and have surplus to export to developing nations. How are antibiotics used in animal agriculture? Besides treatment of an
Dying from a dog bite ..........1 in 18 million Acquiring resistant campylobacter from macrolide-treated swine resulting in treatment failure .................<1 in 53 million individual sick animal, after every possible effort has been made to successfully manage genetics, housing, environment, nutrition, feeding, vaccination and other herd or flock health practices, antibiotics may be used in feed or water to treat, control or prevent disease and to promote growth and feed efficiency. This use has been proven to improve animal health and welfare (less disease and mortality), improve growth and feed conversion (reduces bad bacteria; promotes good bacteria), and improve food safety.
In 1999, the Heidelberg Appeal Nederland Foundation, renowned for its unbiased scientific research, conducted a study on the effect of antibiotics used for growth promotion in food animals, and concluded that there was no conclusive evidence that their use contributed to human disease or compromised the efficacy of related antibiotics in human medicine.
I welcome open dialogue and evaluation of our agricultural production practices. It can only make us better. I do ask the evaluation to be scientific and objective, and the reporting to avoid sensationalism, hyperbole, and misleading statements aimed at inflaming opinion. The CBS News report is extremely critical of the use of antibiotics in agriculture, repeating the oftstated but unsupported assertion that there is an alarming rise in the incidence of antibiotic resistant bacteria among farm animals. I have not recognized this as a problem in 36 years of dairy practice. Surveillance data regarding bacterial isolates from cattle by the National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System does not support their claim either. Opponents of antibiotic use in food animals claim that we don’t need antibacterials to produce meat and eggs, that their use has lead to a significant increase in antibiotic resistant bacterial infections in humans, and that their use reduces the effectiveness of human medicines. In 1999, the Heidelberg Appeal Nederland Foundation, renowned for its unbiased scientific research, conducted a study on the effect of antibiotics used for growth promotion in food animals, and concluded that there was no conclusive evidence that their use contributed to human disease or compromised the efficacy of related antibiotics in human medicine. After growth promoting antibiotics were legislatively banned in food animals in Denmark in 1999 in an attempt to protect
public health from antibiotic resistance, there has been no reduction in the incidence of antibiotic-resistant hospital isolates in humans. In some cases resistance has increased and the incidence of some types of infections in humans has also increased. Unfortunately, disease and mortality have increased among animals, producing adverse animal welfare conditions. As a result, to treat the higher incidence of disease in animals in Denmark, it has been necessary to increase the use of antibiotics for therapeutic treatment in animals. The use of antibiotics in humans has also increased. The increased health costs and labor and the reduction in growth and feed conversion in pigs have resulted in increased production costs of $5.29 per pig. Some purport that antibacterial-free farming makes food safer. The truth is that antibiotic use in food animals makes them healthier which makes our food safer. Chickens raised without antibiotics are three times more likely to carry bacteria that can make people sick. When the EU phased out certain antibiotic uses there was no discernable improvement in food safety. Food handling and preparation has a much greater impact on food safety. In the U.S., food-borne pathogens decreased by 15 to 49% from 1996 to 2001 following the implementation of the new FSIS/HACCP (Food Safety Inspection Service/Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) regulations. Proper food handling and cooking prevents human infection by foodborne pathogens. Some bacteria are naturally resistant to certain antibiotics; others acquire resistance by genetic mutation over time; and some acquire resistance after exposure to an antibiotic used in human medicine or animal production. For a person to have an antibiotic treatment failure due to acquiring a foodborne bacterial disease from eating, for example, pork, the following things would have to happen: • The antibiotic would be used in the animal • The animal would have to develop a resistant bacterial strain • The resistant strain would have to survive through food processing/handling • The resistant strain would have to survive through food preparation • The resistant strain would have to transfer to the human • The resistant strain would have to colonize • The resistant strain would have to cause a disease • The antibiotic treatment would have to fail What is the probability of a person experiencing a treatment failure due to antibiotic use in swine? Here are some risk comparisons: Risk Comparison
Being struck by lightening.......1 in 550,000
Acquiring resistant E. faecium from macrolide-treated swine resulting in treatment failure ................. <1 in 21 billion It’s easy for me to say that antibiotic resistant bacteria are not a problem when I haven’t personally experienced such an infection, but that’s meaningless to a person who has. It’s like trying to console a person who has been unable to find work for six months by informing them that the national unemployment rate is only 10%. In fact, while competing in high school athletics my daughter got a nasty skin infection on her leg caused by antibiotic resistant staphylococcal bacteria (MRSA). A few months later my wife got a lip infection caused by the same type of bacteria. These infections did not come from animal agriculture nor did the antibiotic resistance. The resistance is real but many scientists believe the primary cause is misuse (over prescribing) of antibiotics in human medicine and/or failure of patients to complete the prescribed regimen. Antibiotic use in animal agriculture is by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian using antibiotics approved by the FDA, having passed its stringent testing requirements for efficacy and safety (for animals, our food and the environment). All major industry associations have established prudent drug usage guidelines: the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, American Association of Swine Veterinarians, American Association of Avian Pathologists, National Chicken Council, National Pork Board, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, and others. These guidelines and FDA oversight insure that antibiotic use in food animals will protect animal health and welfare leading to production of safe, affordable and abundant food, critical to our U.S. food security. Maintaining the health of U.S. herds and flocks requires agriculture producers and their veterinarians to have all approved safe and effective technologies, including animal health products, available to us. It would be a tragedy for misconceptions, misrepresentations or non-science based political agendas to deprive us of any valuable tools for preventing animal disease without substantial evidence of a benefit to human health. Editor’s Note: Many of Dr. McClure’s clients are members of the United Dairymen of Arizona and the Arizona Farm Bureau.
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A to Z Equipment Rentals & Sales Celebrates 50 Years A to Z Equipment Rentals & Sales, formerly known as A to Z
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ACTRA 2010 Wrangler/Professional’s Choice ACTRA National Finals More Ropings, Awards and New Programs
s the ACTRA National Board sat down at their winter meeting it was going to be a pretty tall order to improve on the 2009 ACTRA National Finals but improve Rents, is celebrating its 50 years of service they did. in the Valley with a 50% discount on all There will be two new ropings at the 2010 ACTRA National Finals to help rentals, every 50 days. The first 50% accommodate the large number of higher handicapped ropers who belong to ACTRA. discount day is Friday February 19, and the The #12 roping, 4/$150 with 20% cattle charge, go three times will be held on Sunday, promotion will also be held on April 10, October 17th and the other will be a up and down handicapped mixed even at #8, 4/$60, May 30, July 19, September 7, October 27 go three times held on Monday, October 18th. These two ropings along with the other and December 15. specialty ropings will have a modified prize line. Founded in 1960 in his rental home on Another new addition along with the National Championship Scott Thomas Saddles, Thomas Rd. by Fred Matricardi, A to Z there will be National Reserve Championship Scott Thomas Saddles in the number 3, 4, now has 3 large rentals & sales locations, 5.5, 7, 8.5 and Century. This is another great addition to the prize lines. For the first and rents everything from a salt shaker to a time, Century Roping Incentive winners will also have a modified prize line, these backhoe. Thus the slogan “You name it, we awards will go to the highest placing incentive teams that do not receive an award in the rent it, we sell it.” Fred still comes into the main average. office everyday and is as hands on and The Super #7 Roping will have a new look this year. ACTRA will adopt the Wrangler National Patriot Program. This program is to raise awareness and funds for the wounded or fallen American Military Veterans and their families. The prize line will include Horse Trailers and Skyline Gold Buckles to the average winners. Reserve Champions will receive Scott Thomas Saddles. There will be $5,000.00 in bonus money for the ropers who purchase and wear the specially designed ACTRA Patriot Shirt for this roping. This will be a great roping for a great cause. The Calcutta for the Super #7 Roping will be held at the Banquet again this year for added fun and excitement. The Sponsors, Directors and Arena Operators Roping will be moved to Wednesday. This will give our Sponsors a great opportunity to rope and get to know the members. The Banquet, Catastrophe Fund Auction and Super #7 Calcutta will be that evening. Each year it is a huge challenge to make the Wrangler/Professional’s Choice ACTRA National Finals better than the year before. The National Board feels that with the new ropings, additional prizes and new programs it will be accomplished again. Start making plans to qualify and attend the Wrangler/Professional’s Choice ACTRA National Finals in 401 Reinken Ave • Belen, NM 87002 Reno Nevada October 17th thru the 24th. BeDP sure to check the ACTRA website, www.actra.org for the latest updates and MONTH-MAR 2010 BUILT BY P/U W/CHGS IN HOUSE PROOF CRX’D A new features. Phone: 505/864-8934 For more information on how you can become a member or get your Chapter started contact President(10 Clyde Fax: 505/864-8934 Email: Rbmnty5@aol.com 1\2 Horizontal x Saunders 6.6) 509-947-6450 email@example.com or Business Manager Mike Sweeney 559-816-9932; firstname.lastname@example.org
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SSG Jr.Looper Roping 12 noon Saturday Kids 6 and under, 7-9 and 10-12
Open (with #15 Incentive) $150/roper. Enter 2 times, maximum. 5-steer/Progressive after 1. Any comb. of Incentive/NonIncentive. Must qualify to short round to receive Tour Points. #15 Handicap $150/roper. Enter 2 times. 4-steer/Progressive after 1. • #14 team - 1.5 sec. off • #13 & under team - 3 sec. off
SUNDAY, APRIL 4 #9 Handicap #8 Pick/Draw for beginner & novice ropers only #8 Pick/Draw books close at 10:30 AM
Stalls: First come, first served basis. Stall reservations accepted from Gold Plus members only. Reservations must be made no later than 7 days prior to the event. Call your Gold Plus representative, Shawn Vargas.
#13, #12, #11, #10, #9 $150/roper. Enter 2 times, maximum. 4-steer/Progressive after 1. • #12 & under - 1.5 sec. off in the #13 • #11 & under - 1.5 sec. off in the #12 • #10 & under - 1.5 sec. off in the #11 • #9 & under - 1.5 sec. off in the #10 • #8 & under - 1.5 sec. off in the #9 Top 20 teams to the short round. Top 30 to the short round of the #9 only. • #10 teams capped at an Elite #6 • #9 teams capped at an Elite #5 • #8 teams capped at an Elite #4
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Gold Plus #12 (with #15 Incentive) $150/roper. Enter 2 times, maximum. 4-steer/Progressive after 1. Any combination of Incentive/Non-Incentive. Gold Plus members 21 years and over only. Top 3 Average teams and Incentive Average teams receive National Shoot-Outs/Flex Earnings. Top 20 teams to the short round.
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#8 Pick/Draw (capped at a #4) $120/roper. Pick 1, draw 1 or draw 2. 3-steer/Progressive after 1. • #7 team - 2 sec. off • #6 & under team - 3 sec. off • No Incentive Top 30 teams to the short round.
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Sproul Arena Las Cruces, NM February 6, 2010 Total Payout = $8,070
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#13 Slide 4-steer Average 1. Victor Perez IV (Las Cruces, NM) / Cooper Wimberly (Belen, NM), 21.65 on 4, $2,400; 2. Victor Perez IV (Las Cruces, NM) / JoDan S. Mirabal (Grants, NM), 22.34 on 4, $1,600; 3. Nano Garza (Mesquite, NM) / Randy R. Sanchez (Jarales, NM), 22.66 on 4, $1,230; 4. Westi Hicks (Deming, NM) / Tel Trammell (Tularosa, NM), 25.08 on 4, $870; 5. Jim D. Richards Sr. (Ruidoso, NM) / Jesse Haynie (Fairacres, NM), 25.67 on 4, $650; 6. Terry Bourbon (Canutillo, TX) / Cooper Wimberly (Belen, NM), 26.77 on 4, $510 Round 1 1. Phil Burris (Deming, NM) / Kyle Pratz (Las Cruces, NM), 3.79, $490; 2. Bryce Runyan (Silver City, NM) / Calvin Taylor (Canutillo, TX), 3.96, $320
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The Code of the West
t seems that lately everywhere you look the “old” is “new” again; the “out” is “in” again. They say that sooner or later everything comes back into style; that it just seems to make a big ole cycle. Cowboys and cowgirls nowadays are wearing old fashioned looking clothes (with a modern twist of course) and long shaggy hair seems to be in again (mostly on men). Some car companies are making models that resemble the cars of days gone by and just about everyone in some way or another is sporting a latest fad that resembles a fad from the past. There is one thing however that never goes out of style. What I refer to is Old Fashioned Morals and Values. Here in the West we have our own saying for our values; cowboys and westerners for years and years have simply called it “The Code of the West.”
The Code of the West is an unwritten creed, code or set of values. It used to be commonly used by people everywhere, whether you were a cowboy in the Southwest or maybe a businessman in a big city, morals seemed more important to our country as a whole in the past. You were expected to do the right thing, whatever the situation may be. At times, doing the right thing is not always the easiest thing to do; especially if the majority of the crowd is not doing the right thing, but doing right will always be rewarding in some way or another. You would be surprised how people will react when you stand up for what is right. People in general know when something is wrong; they just don’t want to be the one to rock the boat. Sometimes it is a lonely feeling when you’re the only one who is standing up for what is right, but before long
8th Annual Dodge Truck Roping Mesquite Fairgrounds, Mesquite, Nevada January 29 - 31, 2010 Total Payout = $30,131 #13 w/#11 Incentive Average 3-steer 1. Victor Ugalde (Orovada, NV) / Chad Robert Steele (Alamo, NV), 19.73 on 3, $1,072; 2. Jade D Hafen (Washington, UT) / Cody Soffel (Fairfield, UT), 20.52 on 3, $804; 3. Shane J Bohach (Washoe Valley, NV) / Chad Robert Steele (Alamo, NV), 23.07 on 3, $536; 4. Adam Anderson (Pocatello, ID) / Tracy L Larsen (Washington, UT), 25.71 on 3, $268 Incentive 1. Blain Terry (Rush Valley, UT) / Chy LeClair (Riverton, WY), 14.42 on 2, $240 Overall Fast Time 1. Robert Steele (Alamo, NV) / Chad Robert Steele (Alamo, NV), 5.97, $240 #11 w/#9 Incentive Average 3-steer 1. Clint J Goldtooth (Page, AZ) / Alan Hall (St George, UT), 23.30 on 3, $1,255; 2. Joyce K Barnes (Maybell, CO) / Patrick K Martinez (Farmington, NM), 24.81 on 3, $1,046; 3. Darrick Benally (Farmington, NM) / Patrick K Martinez (Farmington, NM), 25.33 on 3, $836; 4. Nawny M Jones (Lamoille, NV) / Jason L Jones (Lamoille, NV), 28.18 on 3, $628; 5. Bailey Corkill (Fallon, NV) / Stephen Smith (Washoe Valley, NV), 28.56 on 3, $418 Incentive 1. Erik Phillips (St George, UT) / Michael J Roberts (King Hill, ID), 17.20 on 2, $240 Overall Fast Time 1. Austin A Christensen (Spanish Fork, UT) / J D Barquin IV (Kinnear, WY), 4.81, $240
#5 & Under Average 3-steer 1. Wendell S Youngberg (Reliance, WY) / Kyle Vanbiezen (Twin Falls, ID), 27.73 on 3, $1,500; 2. Kylee Hash (Henderson, NV) / Doug Tebbs (St George, UT), 28.60 on 3, $1,250; 3. Darrick Benally (Farmington, NM) / Chy LeClair (Riverton, WY), 29.55 on 3, $1,000; 4. Michael Dalton (Beaver, UT) / Monteal L Martinez (Farmington, NM), 31.22 on 3, $750; 5. Glendon Smith (Warm Springs, OR) / Kyle George (Grantsvile, UT), 34.06 on 3, $500 Overall Fast Time 1. Tyson Feller (St George, UT) / Kyle George (Grantsvile, UT), 6.58, $240 #12 Average 3-steer 1. Derrick Crank (Kayenta, AZ) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 22.31 on 3, $806; 2. Larry Williams (Thayne, WY) / Bo Hash (Henderson, NV), 26.73 on 3, $484; 3. Clint J Goldtooth (Page, AZ) / T J McCauley (Reno, NV), 27.61 on 3, $323 Overall Fast Time 1. Sherwin Dick (Flagstaff, AZ) / Nels E Bowen (Logandale, NV), 5.93, $100 #4 & Under Average 3-steer 1. Kaid Panek (Fairfield, UT) / Monteal L Martinez (Farmington, NM), 29.13 on 3, $1,500; 2. Kason Graff (St George, UT) / Tom Manson (Page, AZ), 31.32 on 3, $1,000; 3. Karlex K Capitan (Brimhall, NM) / Jade D Barquin V (Kinnear, WY), 31.99 on 3, $800; 4. Rich L Martin (Spanish Fork, UT) / Clay OBrien Tsosie (Kayenta, AZ), 32.76 on 3, $700; 5. Dave C Smith (Logandale, NV) / J D Barquin IV (Kinnear, WY), 34.19 on 3, $600; 6. Herman Chee (Mentmore, NM) / Richard G Price III (Henderson,
others will join you, and when it is all said and done you will feel better about yourself for standing up for what is right. People will respect you for it also. The Code of the West calls for us to help out where we can. We have all heard the old saying about the guy who would give you the shirt right off of his back if you needed it worse than he did. This person is somebody to look up to! In the long run this guy usually is rewarded for his efforts. That isn’t why he did it though; he doesn’t help people out just looking for rewards but it usually seems to work out that way. The reward can sometimes be financial in one way or another or maybe it is just the satisfaction of seeing someone smile from within and giving you a big ole thanks. This type of reward lasts longer than a monetary one anyway and generally you will have made a friend for life. The Code of the West doesn’t tolerate liars. There isn’t anybody who ever truly gets ahead by lying or cheating. They may have some short term gain, they may even think that they have gotten away with something, but in the end it never seems to work out. The truth is always easier than a lie; it may not seem like it at the time but people will respect the truth. Besides that, the truth is easier to remember. All of us have known people who lie. Some people tell little white lies for effect, or to make their stories better (like writers for example). Other people are just blatant liars (like most politicians). But we know who these people are and we don’t believe them. Most of the time they don’t even realize how ridiculous they look standing there telling lies when everyone knows exactly what they are doing. The worst part of it all is that even when they are telling the truth, people still tend to not believe them based on their previous
track record! A good reputation takes a life time to build but only a very short time to dismantle. Cheaters are even worse. To fraud or cheat someone takes a person of very small moral character and no self worth. In business dealings with our fellow man we must hold ourselves to the highest of moral character. If you don’t, you won’t be doing business for very long. The customers or persons that we are dealing with expect a fair deal. Liars and cheats may think that they are pulling the wool over people’s eyes, but in the long run, it generally comes out into the open and they wind up being worse off than had they just done the right thing to start with. There is no short cut or substitute for hard honest work. This holds true weather you make your living with your head or your back. Remember that bad news spreads like wildfire, but good news spreads like molasses. The Code of the West says that we should respect one another. Try giving out a “yes sir” or a “yes ma’am” once in a while and see what kind of results that you get. A simple “please” and “thank you” are easy words to say, but will give you a lot of mileage if you use them. Holding the door for somebody is not out of style or old fashioned either; especially for the ladies. I don’t know of any true lady no matter how modern, independent or down right liberated that she may be who does not enjoy having a door held open for her or a gentleman saying “after you ma’am.” Treat people as you would like to be treated yourself. You can also respect people by not gossiping about them or by spreading lies about them. If you don’t know something to be fact, don’t say it. Even if it is a fact, use some tact. There is a proverb from Old Mexico that goes like this; “con la boca abierta, entre la mosca” this mean that when
NV), 34.67 on 3, $500; 7. Karlie L Pearson (Veyo, UT) / Kyle George (Grantsvile, UT), 35.45 on 3, $300; 8. Wilbur Tunney Sr (Page, AZ) / Bruce Williams (Beaver, UT), 35.69 on 3, $200 Short Go Fast Time 1. Kaid Panek (Fairfield, UT) / Monteal L Martinez (Farmington, NM), 8.10, $1; 2. Larry L Shepard (Hotevilla, AZ) / Kyle George (Grantsvile, UT), 8.21, $1 #11 Truck Average 3-steer 1. Matthew Bevers (Sparks, NV) / J D Barquin IV (Kinnear, WY), 20.75 on 3, $3,000; 2. Wendell S Youngberg (Reliance, WY) / Austin A Christensen (Spanish Fork, UT), 21.68 on 3, $2,000; 3. T J McCauley (Reno, NV) / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 21.93 on 3, $1,500; 4. Emanuel G Nastacio (Phoenix, AZ) / Joey Nastacio (Sanders, AZ), 22.61 on 3, $600; 5. Sherwin Dick (Flagstaff, AZ) / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 22.62 on 3, $500; 6. Clint J Goldtooth (Page, AZ) / Patrick K Martinez (Farmington, NM), 22.63 on 3, $400; 7. Jay Smith (Washington, UT) / Cody Soffel (Fairfield, UT), 22.83 on 3, $300; 8. Matt Franklin (Ft Defiance, AZ) / Cy D Eames (Gooding, ID), 23.13 on 3, $250; 9. Wendell S Youngberg (Reliance, WY) / Stephen Smith (Washoe Valley, NV), 23.84 on 3; 10. Rich L Martin (Spanish Fork, UT) / Joe L Nelson (Kaibeto, AZ), 24.16 on 3; 11. Nicholas Smith (San Jacinto, CA) / Ron K Stuart (Randolph, UT), 24.69 on 3; 12. Joby Barquin / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 24.87 on 3; 13. Colton Martino (Heber City, UT) / Cy D Eames (Gooding, ID), 26.21 on 3; 14. Colten Wakley (Lyman, WY) / Chet Pulsipher (Moapa, NV), 26.74 on 3; 15. Matthew Bevers (Sparks, NV) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 26.95 on 3; 16. Clint J Goldtooth (Page, AZ) / Alan Hall (St George, UT), 26.96 on 3; 17. Brady C Watterson (Magna, UT) / Bryce B Davis (Spanish Fork, UT), 27.02 on 3; 18. Clint J Goldtooth (Page, AZ) / Wayland Riggs (Tuba City, AZ), 27.08 on 3; 19. Nathan G Cooper (St
George, UT) / Doug Tebbs (St George, UT), 27.10 on 3; 20. Josh Johnson (Enoch, UT) / Cody Soffel (Fairfield, UT), 27.20 on 3; 21. Edison Begaye Jr (Chinle, AZ) / Mario Munoz (Lund, NV), 27.65 on 3; 22. Colten Wakley (Lyman, WY) / Richard G Price Jr (Henderson, NV), 28.25 on 3; 23. Jim I Blasingame (Logandale, NV) / Austin Carter (Las Vegas, NV), 29.33 on 3; 24. Sherwin Dick (Flagstaff, AZ) / Steve L Medlin (Alamo, NV), 29.55 on 3; 25. Tami Blasingame (Logandale, NV) / Perry Goldtooth Jr (Mesquite, NV), 30.24 on 3; 26. Josh Johnson (Enoch, UT) / Nathan G Cooper (St George, UT), 30.52 on 3; 27. Wendell S Youngberg (Reliance, WY) / Garett Smith (Spanish Fork, UT), 12.90 on 2; 28. Jay Smith (Washington, UT) / Alan Hall (St George, UT), 13.24 on 2; 29. Trevor Bailey (Magna, UT) / Derrick Crank (Kayenta, AZ), 13.97 on 2; 30. Weston Adams (No Las Vegas, NV) / Merrill K Staheli (Logandale, NV), 14.14 on 2 Incentive 1. Matthew Bevers (Sparks, NV) / J D Barquin IV (Kinnear, WY), 13.86 on 2, $1; 2. Joby Barquin / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 13.94 on 2, $600; 3. Guy Steed (Hildale, UT) / Derrick Crank (Kayenta, AZ), 17.10 on 2, $400; 4. Sherri Steele (Alamo, NV) / Kyle George (Grantsvile, UT), 17.17 on 2, $200; 5. Colton Martino (Heber City, UT) / Richard G Price Jr (Henderson, NV), 17.35 on 2, $1; 6. Josh Johnson (Enoch, UT) / Matt L Peterson (Morgan, UT), 17.92 on 2, $1 Overall Fast Time 1. Wendell S Youngberg (Reliance, WY) / Garett Smith (Spanish Fork, UT), 5.06; 2. Rich L Martin (Spanish Fork, UT) / Jake Ruby (Blackfoot, ID), 5.54; 3. Matt Franklin (Ft Defiance, AZ) / Shane Tallsalt (Tuba City, AZ), 5.92; 4. David Tsosie Sr (Kayenta, AZ) / Clay OBrien Tsosie (Kayenta, AZ), 5.95; 5. Truman S Begay (Tuba City, AZ) / Wayland Riggs (Tuba City, AZ), 6.00; 6. Nicholas Smith (San Jacinto, CA) / Jace Nielsen (Howell, UT), 6.05
ll-Around the mouth is open, the flies will enter. Think about that for a minute, it is a great analogy! The Code of the West basically just boils down to doing the right thing. Two wrongs don’t make a right; it never has and never will! Just because someone else does something wrong, that doesn’t give you the green light to do the same. Don’t be like a bunch of sheep following each other around, learn to be the shepherd! Help each other out. Stand up for what is right! Don’t lower yourself to someone else’s standards. When you get into the habit of doing the right thing, it just comes natural after a while, before long it’s a no-brainer. Your life will be so much better and simpler if you don’t have to worry about going around having to clean up your own messes. Setting a good example for others is important, especially setting a good example for the young ones. Most all of us have a youngster who looks up to us in one way or another. Aunts, uncles, grandmas, grandpas, parents, teachers, lawmen and well just about everybody; your actions are being constantly watched. It is important to remember that we have an influence on that young person’s life; not to mention the lives of the rest of the world that we are around each and every day. The Code of the West is still alive and strong however. I see fine examples of it every day in my travels. It does my heart good to see people treating each other with respect, standing up for what is right, and being a good example to others. In this day and age, so much bad news makes the headlines everywhere you look; I think that A the good news doesn’t get reported on enough. So I am calling on all of you out there to help me champion The Code of the West. Spread it around! Set a good example,
people are watching; live by “The Code.” I try my darndest to do so; and all of you out there who do so also…well, you are heroes!
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Ty Yost Thursdays Dunn’s Arena Jackpot, Litchfield Park, Arizona January 14, 2010; Total Payout = $43,860 #10 Senior Average 3-steer 1. Barbara A Kenney (Bakersfield, CA) / R L Higgins (Lewis, CO), 24.08 on 3, $2,030; 2. Don P Hopes (Goshen, UT) / Bob Strander (Palo Verde, AZ), 24.69 on 3, $1,350; 3. Allen Capurro (Reno, NV) / Dean G Spiesschaert (Wickenburg, AZ), 26.84 on 3, $1,050; 4. Norm Haaland (Shepherd, MT) / Jerry Skocdopole (Big Valley, AB), 28.19 on 3, $740; 5. Bob Gagner (Rathdrum, ID) / Peter L Buer (Belle Fourche, SD), 29.49 on 3, $550; 6. Cary Cook (Wickenburg, AZ) / Mike Weatherly (Mesquite, NM), 30.28 on 3, $430 Round 1 1. Don P Hopes (Goshen, UT) / Randy S Bingham (Paradise, UT), 7.19, $340; 2. Don D Hockett (Gillette, WY) / Bud U Bedke (Oakley, ID), 7.24, $200; 3. Don P Hopes (Goshen, UT) / Bob Strander (Palo Verde, AZ), 7.29, $140 #13 Average 4-steer 1. Austin Stafford (Prineville, OR) / Thomas W Richards (Humboldt, AZ), 33.68 on 4, $1,250; 2. Ivan Lambert (Arlington, AZ) / Jordan Olson (Surprise, AZ), 34.58 on 4, $750; 3. Billy E Thomas (Oklahoma City, OK) / Terry Edgmon (Fallon, NV), 36.81 on 4, $500 Round 1 1. Bobby A Mote (Culver, OR) / Thomas W Richards (Humboldt, AZ), 6.59, $270 AZ A-A #10 Average 3-steer 1. Sean A Doherty (Litchfield Park, AZ) / J J Butler (Daniel, WY), 23.20 on 3, $4,620; 2. Don Brown (Gobles, MI) / Salvador Flores Jr (Buckeye, AZ), 26.43 on 3, $2,400; 3. A Peg Williams (Kingman, AZ) / Jim E Williams (Kingman, AZ), 27.94 on 3, $1,840; 4. Tyler Campbell (Azle, TX) / Gary Mayfield (Buckeye, AZ), 28.47 on 3, $1,420; 5. Mark A Jones (Boulder, WY) / J J Butler (Daniel, WY), 31.17 on 3, $1,180; 6. Casey Teichert (Banner, WY) / Leo A
1. Beef Carlson (Two Dot, MT) / John Hougham (Maricopa, AZ), 24.10 on 3, $1,970; 2. Barbara A Kenney (Bakersfield, CA) / Leo A Woodbury (Buffalo, WY), 26.08 on 3, $1,310; 3. Paul Carnesecca (Mapleton, UT) / Dick N Rumph (Biddle, MT), 26.32 on 3, $1,020; 4. Bob Crosthwaite (Wickenburg, AZ) / Earl Higgins (Phoenix, AZ), 26.46 on 3, $720; 5. Don Brown (Gobles, MI) / Randy S Bingham (Paradise, UT), 29.11 on 3, $540; 6. Gary Metcalf (Wickenburg, AZ) / Dick N Rumph (Biddle, MT), 29.35 on 3, $420 Round 1 1. Dean Mclain (Yacolt, WA) / Mark A Mudd (Fredericksburg, TX), 7.49, $320; 2. George H Heath (Clyde Park, MT) / Ozzie J Gillum (Wittman, AZ), 7.73, $200; 3. Don P Hopes (Goshen, UT) / Bob Strander (Palo Verde, AZ), 7.74, $150 #13 Average 4-steer 1. Martin Rucker (Suprise, AZ) / John C Hagler (Lewiston, ID), 27.51 on 4, $1,750; 2. Ivan Lambert (Arlington, AZ) / Jason Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 28.32 on 4, $1,050; 3. Maquel E Fleming (Worden, MT) / Jason Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 29.91 on 4, $700 Round 1 1. Ivan Lambert (Arlington, AZ) / Jason Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 6.02, $380
Round 1 1. Rex G Lamoreaux (Gilbert, AZ) / Bob Strander (Palo Verde, AZ), 7.22, $410; 2. George H Heath (Clyde Park, MT) / Mark J Beard (Walker, MN), 7.56, $300; 3. Tom Lewis (Maricopa, AZ) / Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), 7.78, $200 #13 Average 4-steer 1. Martin Rucker (Suprise, AZ) / Jake Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 29.56 on 4, $1,290; 2. Sam Stafford (Powell Butte, OR) / Jake Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 32.02 on 4, $760; 3. Kelsey Johnson (Redmond, OR) / Thomas W Richards (Humboldt, AZ), 33.84 on 4, $520
Woodbury (Buffalo, WY), 31.67 on 3, $1,040; 7. Gary Metcalf (Wickenburg, AZ) / Gary Mayfield (Buckeye, AZ), 32.26 on 3, $790; 8. Jim L Heiser (Morristown, AZ) / Buster C Bain Jr (Wittmann, AZ), 33.34 on 3, $560 Short Go 1. Don Brown (Gobles, MI) / Salvador Flores Jr (Buckeye, AZ), 8.63, $500; 2. Peg Williams (Kingman, AZ) / Jim E Williams (Kingman, AZ), 8.93, $270 Round 1 1. Ivan Lambert (Arlington, AZ) / Rory J Phelan (Scottsdale, AZ), 5.80, $500; 2. Steve Keeton (Sisters, February 11, 2010 OR) / Darrell W Dudley (Tacoma, WA), 6.38, $270 Total Payout = $14,590 AZ A-A #8 #10 Senior Average 3-steer Average 3-steer 1. Reymundo Moreno (Phoenix, AZ) / Roman Ballesteros 1. Phil Campbell (Maidstone, SK) / Bob Strander (Palo (Waddell, AZ), 25.80 on 3, $5,690; 2. Salvador Flores Sr Verde, AZ), 24.17 on 3, $3,230; 2. Kurt Richardson (Buckeye, AZ) / Samuel Marquez (Buckeye, AZ), 28.68 on (Phoenix, AZ) / Buck Tuttle (Great Falls, MT), 25.11 on 3, 3, $2,960; 3. Charles R Mahkewa (Hotevilla, AZ) / Chad $2,040; 3. Brian D Doner (Leaskdale, ON) / Dean G M Monongya (Kykotsmovi, AZ), 30.41 on 3, $2,280; 4. Spiesschaert (Wickenburg, AZ), 25.74 on 3, $1,400; 4. Sergio Rascon (Phoenix, AZ) / Rex Allen Hawkins Jeff K Burtard (Carbondale, CO) / Russell Lemoyne (Payson, AZ), 30.56 on 3, $1,770; 5. Ryan Gibson (Hagerman, ID), 26.02 on 3, $1,180; 5. Phil Campbell (Mesa, AZ) / Tyler Brown (Silver City, NM), 32.40 on 3, (Maidstone, SK) / Jack Hennings (Blakesburg, IA), 26.39 $1,430; 6. Len L LeBlanc (Maricopa, AZ) / Hayden on 3, $970; 6. Len L LeBlanc (Maricopa, AZ) / Richard L Melton (Buckeye, AZ), 32.76 on 3, $1,260; 7. Caleb Mayfield (Litchfield Park, AZ), 26.65 on 3, $860; 7. February 4, 2010 Brown (Silver City, NM) / Robyn B Freberg (El Mirage, Gene Robinson (Olivet, MI) / Chuck A Bagley Total Payout = $12,610 AZ), 34.24 on 3, $980; 8. David Hess (Casa Grande, (Wickenburg, AZ), 27.04 on 3, $650; 8. Sam Stafford #10 Senior AZ) / Xavier A Reynoso (Phoenix, AZ), 34.88 on 3, $700 (Powell Butte, OR) / Frank Simpson (Claresholm, AB), Average 4-steer Short Go 27.15 on 3, $430 1. Johnny L Rhoden (Prineville, OR) / John Hougham 1. Salvador Flores Sr (Buckeye, AZ) / Samuel Marquez Round 1 (Maricopa, AZ), 25.28 on 3, $2,740; 2. Lloyd Salmon (Buckeye, AZ), 5.78, $600; 2. Charles R Mahkewa 1. Bill Nunes (Fallon, NV) / Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), (Rocky Mtn House, AB) / Sergio Mireles (Newcastle, WY), (Hotevilla, AZ) / Chad M Monongya (Kykotsmovi, AZ), 6.81, $600; 2. Steve Keeton (Sisters, OR) / Xavier A 26.47 on 3, $1,730; 3. Rod Askin (Surprise, AZ) / Leo A 7.77, $300 Reynoso (Phoenix, AZ), 7.45, $360; 3. George H Heath Woodbury (Buffalo, WY), 28.14 on 3, $1,190; 4. Kim A Round 1 (Clyde Park, MT) / Grant E Bullo (Edgewood, WA), 7.60, Bendickson (Fallon, NV) / Jane G Carlson (Two Dot, MT), 1. Reymundo Moreno (Phoenix, AZ) / Roman Ballesteros $240 28.84 on 3, $1,000; 5. Tom Lewis (Maricopa, AZ) / #13 (Waddell, AZ), 7.01, $600; 2. Timothy Kepler (Surprise, Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), 28.92 on 3, $820; 6. Tom Average 4-steer AZ) / Clint C Herring (Cave Creek, AZ), 7.28, $300 MONTH-MAR 10 BUILT BY VSA IN HOUSE PROOF(Canby, OR), CRX’D Lewis (Maricopa, AZ) / Dave A McDonald 1. Steve Keeton (Sisters, OR) / Cricket F Allen Jr (Vernal, 28.98 on 3, $730; 7. Monte Alkire (Cazenovia, IL) / UT), 37.03 on 4, $1,310; 2. Bubba Hefley (Litchfield January 28, 2010 Jerry Skocdopole (Big Valley, AB), 29.71 on 3, $550; 8. Park, AZ) / Thompson Yazzie (Laveen, AZ), 42.71 on 4, Total Payout = $10,530 RuBen Bernard (Sherwood AB) / Mark A Mudd $790; 3. Jim R Loiseau (Flandreau, SD) / Chase #10 Senior 1\2 Horizontal (10 xPark, 6.6) (Fredericksburg, TX), 30.43 on 3, $370 Simpson (Claresholm, AB), 43.28 on 4, $530 Average 3-steer
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Quarter Bay Gelding. 9 yrs. 15.1H. Used for trail. Some cattle work. Easy to handle. $1,500
Quarter Palomino Gelding. 9 yrs. 14.3H. Stout. Used on the ranch. Well started heeling. Nice, good looking horse. Excellent prospect. $2,500
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AQHA Grey Gelding. Grandson of Peppy San Badger. 10 yrs. 14.3H. Real stout. This horse hasn’t been used for some time. We have been getting him going again. Very gentle. Excellent trail or cattle horse. $2,500
Bay/White Gelding. Excellent ranch/rope horse prospect. 7 yrs. 15.2H. Big and strong. Been used on the ranch. Knows cattle. Good to ride, load and handle. We have started roping on him and he is coming along good. $1,850 Quarter, Big Bay/Brown Gelding. 13 yrs. 16H, 1,250 lbs. Gentle enough for most anyone to ride. Used on the ranch in rough country. Knows cattle. Lots of outside roping and some arena. Ground ties. Excellent all around horse. $1,950
Quarter Blue Roan Gelding. 7 yrs. 14.1H. Real stout. Been used on trail a lot. Well started on cattle and rope. Gentle and likes people. Excellent 4-H and youth prospect. $2,400
AQHA Black Gelding. 4 yrs. 15H. Doc-Bar-King bred. Cattle, rope, barrel prospect. Rides good and easy to handle. $2,250
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AQHA Good Looking Buttermilk Buckskin Gelding. 9 yrs. 15.1H. Stout. Lots of pasture roping. We've got him going good out of the box. REALLY REALLY broke! Been ridden by a 60-yr.-old man for the past 3 yrs. He is a nice horse and easy to handle. $3,800
ITRA Horseman’s Arena Albuquerque, New Mexico January 16 - 17, 2010 Total Payout = $14,640 #9 Average 1. Marco Aragon (Avon, CO) / Justen R Washburn (Corona, NM), 60.18 on 4, $1,180; 2. Ricardo Ruiz (El Paso, TX) / Cavin Jacobs (Estancia, NM), 36.46 on 3, $840; 3. Rick W Thomas (Los Lunas, NM) / Crespin Padilla (Los Lunas, NM), 44.92 on 3, $640; 4. Sergio Luis Castillo Sr (Santa Fe, NM) / Cavin Jacobs (Estancia, NM), 16.03 on 2, $460; 5. Manuel Romero (Los Lunas, NM) / Miguel Vazquez (Albuquerque, NM), 16.99 on 2, $240 #10 Money Maker Average 4-steer 1. Rick W Thomas (Los Lunas, NM) / Ferlin Charley (Albuquerque, NM), 52.83 on 4, $1,140; 2. Martin Baca (Los Lunas, NM) / Ron Merritt Jr (Yeso, NM), 39.09 on 3, $700; 3. Sergio Luis Castillo Sr (Santa Fe, NM) / Rudy Benavidez (Albuquerque, NM), 23.92 on 2, $460 Incentive 1. Luke Price (Elida, NM) / Miguel Vazquez (Albuquerque, NM), 24.43 on 2, $300 #13 with #11 Incentive Average 4-steer 1. Tim Cox (Quemado, NM) / Delbert Platero (Canoncito, NM), 40.59 on 4, $980; 2. Lance Yazzie (Gallup, NM) / Frank Padilla (Las Vegas, NM), 43.21
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on 4, $740; 3. Tim Cox (Quemado, NM) / Randy R Sanchez (Jarales, NM), 43.93 on 4, $500; 4. David Wimberly (Moriarty, NM) / Pedro Maestas (Los Lunas, NM), 45.84 on 4, $240 Incentive (Total Payout = $240) 1. Rick Jump (Belen, NM) / Jamie Ortiz (Moriarty, NM), 36.73 on 3, $240 #12 Money Maker Average 4-steer A 1. Gerry M Tully (Glencoe, NM) / Randy R Sanchez (Jarales, NM), 38.15 on 4, $440
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#15 Average 5-steer 1. Joshuah T Fish (Moriarty, NM) / Gralyn J Elkins (Mcintosh, NM), 44.78 on 5, $1,000; 2. Alvin M Archuleta (Las Vegas, NM) / Gralyn J Elkins (Mcintosh, NM), 47.90 on 5, $740; 3. Jensen Sena (Santa Rosa, NM) / James Gililland (Albuquerque, NM), 39.00 on 4, $520 #11 Warm-Up Average 4-steer 1. Sergio Luis Castillo Sr (Santa Fe, NM) / Ferlin Charley (Albuquerque, NM), 45.38 on 4, $1,140; 2. Jose M Ortega (Santa Fe, NM) / Gene Aragon Sr (Grants, NM), 47.50 on 4, $820; 3. Gabe Trujillo (Albuquerque, NM) / Ferlin Charley (Albuquerque, NM), 51.10 on 4, $620; 4. Gerry M Tully (Glencoe, NM) / Lance Yazzie (Gallup, NM), 55.75 on 4, $460; 5. Jose M Ortega (Santa Fe, NM) / David Jaramillo (Bosque Farms, NM), 34.73 on 3, $240
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Wickenburg All Amateurs Wickenburg, Arizona January 31, 2010 Total Payout = $13,562 All Girl 3-steer Average 1. Robyn Darvis (Bozeman, MT) / Carolyn T Degnan (Ashland, KS), 31.53 on 3, $466; 2. Rose M Lang (Casa Grande, AZ) / Michaela Ward (Wickenburg, AZ), 17.48 on 2, $280; 3. Robyn Darvis (Bozeman, MT) / JesseLee M Cherry (Stanfield, AZ), 19.32 on 2, $186 #9 Saddle 3-Steer Average 1. Bob A Rice (Tonopah, AZ) / Dave Anderson (Cave Creek, AZ), 24.85 on 3, $1,500; 2. Timothy Kepler (Surprise, AZ) / Gilbert Garside (Prescott, AZ), 26.51 on 3, $1,200; 3. Nahum Aranda (Kirkland, AZ) / Carlos Aranda (Skull Valley, AZ), 28.06 on 3, $1,000; 4. Ivan Lambert (Arlington, AZ) / Bill W Tolle (Carson City, NV), 28.79 on 3, $800; 5. Bob Crosthwaite (Wickenburg, AZ) / Herb C Snow (Virginia, IL), 28.95 on 3, $500; 6. Bill King (Sheridan, WY) / Tony Schiffer (Buffalo, WY), 30.53 on 3, $240; 7. Jack Lloyd (Quesnel, BC) / Richard Glassford (Quesnel, BC), 31.06 on 3, $240; 8. Nahum Aranda (Kirkland, AZ) / Francisco Aranda (Yarnell, AZ), 31.85 on 3, $240 #10 3-Steer Average 1. Jeff K Burtard (Carbondale, CO) / Russell Lemoyne (Hagerman, ID), 23.48 on 3, $2,240; 2. Monte Alkire (Cazenovia, IL) / Creed Botts (Wickenburg, AZ), 25.74 on 3, $1,490; 3. Tommy G Martin (Lexington, OR) / Dave Anderson (Cave Creek, AZ), 25.78 on 3, $1,180; 4. Howard L Watson (Three Forks, MT) / Dave Anderson (Cave Creek, AZ), 26.54 on 3, $870; 5. John Robinson (Cave Creek, AZ) / Randy S Bingham (Paradise, UT), 29.19 on 3, $440 Rotation 1 1. Rick A Myers (Steamboat Springs, CO) / Kevin Lang (Casa Grade, AZ), 7.44, $410; 2. Kenny Latham (Rifle, CO) / Leo J Bird (Wickenburg, AZ), 7.55, $280
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Colorado Winter Chamionships National Western Event Center Denver, Colorado February 5 - 7, 2010 Total Payout = $132,221 Open 4-steer Average 1. Tate Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO) / T J Watts (Eads, CO), 33.38 on 4, $958; 2. Ty N Blasingame (Olney Springs, CO) / J W Borrego (Pueblo West, CO), 35.42 on 4, $639; 3. Tyler Schnaufer (Pueblo, CO) / Shay D Carroll (La Junta, CO), 53.48 on 4; 4. Travis Bounds (Clifton, CO) / Cole J Cooper (Grand Junction, CO), 28.08 on 3; 5. Jay D Ellerman (Ft Lupton, CO) / Shay D Carroll (La Junta, CO), 30.87 on 3; 6. Tate Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO) / J W Borrego (Pueblo West, CO), 14.64 on 2; 7. Ty N Blasingame (Olney Springs, CO) / Cole J Cooper (Grand Junction, CO), 19.40 on 2; 8. Jay D McClain (Strasburg, CO) / T J Watts (Eads, CO), 25.31 on 2; 9. Travis Bounds (Clifton, CO) / Jake W Poppe (Colorado Springs, CO), 7.77 on 1; 10. Gene Jett (Scott City, KS) / Chris A Sherman (Colby, KS), 13.99 on 1 Incentive 1. Travis Bounds (Clifton, CO) / Jake W Poppe (Colorado Springs, CO), 7.77 on 1, $684, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Tate Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO) / T J Watts (Eads, CO), 6.56, $120
Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO), 30.48 on 4, $1,653, Regional SO; 3. Gene Jett (Scott City, KS) / Chris A Sherman (Colby, KS), 33.10 on 4, $1,102, Regional SO; 4. Ty N Blasingame (Olney Springs, CO) / Trevor Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO), 34.39 on 4, Regional SO; 5. Joe D Reynolds (Tribune, KS) / Chris A Sherman (Colby, KS), 34.69 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Gary Grokett (Limon, CO) / Jay D McClain (Strasburg, CO), 5.59, $290 #13 4-Steer Average 1. Emilio Vega (Fort Lupton, CO) / Francisco Vega Jr (Fort Lupton, CO), 34.57 on 4, $4,174, National SO; 2. Travis Bounds (Clifton, CO) / Harlan D Watkins (Olathe, CO), 34.78 on 4, $3,130, Regional SO; 3. Gregg Barrier (Hudson, CO) / Chris D Downey (Longmont, CO), 35.49 on 4, $2,087, Regional SO; 4. Randy C Morlan (Hasty, CO) / Scott L Morlan (Las Animas, CO), 36.69 on 4, $1,043, Regional SO; 5. Joe D Reynolds (Tribune, KS) / Alan Jones (Rexford, KS), 36.82 on 4, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Randy C Morlan (Hasty, CO) / Scott L Morlan (Las Animas, CO), 5.89, $549
(Springfield, CO) / Chase W Boekhaus (Rolla, KS), 36.45 on 4, $1,871, Regional SO; 5. Derek C Reeves (Boone, CO) / Tyson S Holden (Gillette, WY), 37.84 on 4, $936, Regional SO Overall Fast Time 1. Trenton L Turner (Springfield, CO) / Chase W Boekhaus (Rolla, KS), 6.89, $703 #11 4-Steer Average 1. Cory J Donnelly (Elk Point, SD) / Tom M Linza (Penrose, CO), 28.26 on 4, $7,808, National SO; 2. Tracy Tyan (Hayes Center, NE) / Brian E Taylor (Manzanola, CO), 35.68 on 4, $5,205, National SO; 3. Kenny A Wiseman (Eaton, CO) / Jimmi Jo Montera (Greeley, CO), 36.08 on 4, $4,121, Regional SO; 4. Tom P Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO) / Debbie P Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO), 39.66 on 4, $3,036, Regional SO; 5. Bill Hogan (Boulder, CO) / Clint Buringa (Golden, CO), 39.86 on 4, $1,518, Regional SO; 6. Greg D Seufer (Holly, CO) / Keith E Simon (Syracuse, KS), 44.33 on 4, Regional SO; 7. Rochelle Fielder (Kiowa, CO) / Robert Sears (Hyannis, NE), 53.27 on 4; 8. Stetson L Mitchell (Kit Carson, CO) / Nick G Sciacca (Trinidad, CO), 27.19 on 3; 9. Todd Holliday (Lincoln, NE) / Tad B Sheets (Brewster, KS), 29.51 on 3; 10. Dub Martin (Boone, CO) / Dave L Hamilton (Yoder, CO), 29.69 on 3 Overall Fast Time 1. Cory J Donnelly (Elk Point, SD) / Tom M Linza (Penrose, CO), 6.58, $685; 2. John R Ashley (Ft Lupton, CO) / Gerald Watson (Keenesburg, CO), 6.71, $456
#12 4-Steer Average #10 1. Patrick A Weaver (Fountain, CO) / Trevor 4-Steer Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO), 33.06 on 4, $4,811, #15 Handicap Average National SO; 2. Patrick A Weaver (Fountain, CO) / 4-Steer 1. Steve M Richards (Scottsbluff, NE) / Steve C Chris D Downey (Longmont, CO), 34.09 on 4, Average MONTH 10 W/CHGRegional VSA SO; IN HOUSE CRXâ€™DParys (Rapid City, SD), 32.64 on 4, $8,201, $3,208, 3. NicolePROOF Rice (Grand 1. Cole J Cooper (GrandJAN Junction, CO) / Travis BUILT BY P/U National SO; 2. Cory J Donnelly (Elk Point, SD) / Junction, CO) / Travis Bounds (Clifton, CO), 36.05 on Bounds (Clifton, CO), 30.42 on 4, $2,755, National Chase Gealy (Shelton, NE), 33.58 on 4, $5,468, 4, $2,539, Regional SO; 4. Trenton L Turner SO; 2. Tate Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO) / Trevor National SO; 3. Curtis W Romero Sr (Longmont, CO) / Devin G Lemmones (Ft Lupton, CO), 35.47 on 4, $4,225, Regional SO; 4. Mike D Robson (Strasburg, CO) / Kerry L Kemper (Strasburg, CO), 35.74 on 4, $2,982, Regional SO; 5. Kyle Long (Kearney, NE) / Tyler Brockman (Lawrence, NE), 38.10 on 4, $2,237, Regional SO; 6. Ryan Leatherwood (Sterling, KS) / Chuck Gieck (Rush, CO), 38.14 on 4, $1,740, Regional SO; 7. Cole Pearson (Clearwater, KS) / Ben Robinson (Brule, NE), 39.22 on 4; 8. Bret E Daly (Paxton, NE) / Ben Robinson (Brule, NE), 40.77 on 4; 9. Travis S Anesi (Laramie, WY) / Dan Klein (Laramie, WY), 42.89 on 4; 10. Rochelle Fielder (Kiowa, CO) / Alex J Salazar (Littleton, CO), 43.39 on 4 Overall Fast Time 1. Taylor Schotte (Marysville, KS) / Chase W Boekhaus (Rolla, KS), 6.08, $785; 2. Greg D Seufer (Holly, CO) / Greg M Cline (Holly, CO), 6.41, $523
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#9 4-Steer Average 1. James M Hensley (Burlington, CO) / Matt S Smith (Cheyenne, WY), 38.95 on 4, $5,896, National SO; 2. O B Ready (Rawlins, WY) / Jerry A Kraft (Encampment, WY), 41.48 on 4, $3,931, National SO; 3. Joe I Benham (Brewster, KS) / Tad B Sheets (Brewster, KS), 42.18 on 4, $3,112, Regional SO; 4. Jim A Klinkerman (Denver, CO) / Jim Whitcomb (Hillside, CO), 44.08 on 4, $2,293, Regional SO; 5. Brandon D Sellers (North Platte, NE) / Curtis Smith (North Platte, NE), 47.11 on 4, $1,146, Regional SO; 6. Rich L Johnson DVM (Torrington, WY) / Chuck Gieck (Rush, CO), 47.67 on 4, $600, Regional SO; 7. David A Carlile (Olney Springs, CO) / Wayne E Spencer (Salida, CO), 47.96 on 4, $600; 8. Ramon Espinoza (Manassa, CO) / David Vanberkum (Antonito, CO), 48.12 on 4, $400; 9. Ryan Velgersdyk (Parker, CO) / David Vanberkum (Antonito, CO), 48.79 on 4, $400; 10. Rich L Johnson DVM (Torrington, WY) / Steve C Parys (Rapid City, SD), 49.30 on 4, $400; 11. Dean B Miller (Byers, CO) / Arturo Vasquez Sr (Byers, CO), 50.12 on 4, $400; 12. Tara Iverson Nab (Fleming,
CO) / Terry Lindner (Sedalia, CO), 59.78 on 4, $400 Overall Fast Time 1. Curtis W Romero Sr (Longmont, CO) / Thomas Varela (Aurora, CO), 6.90, $618; 2. Mike D Robson (Strasburg, CO) / Paulette OHotto (Ft Lupton, CO), 7.08, $412 #8 Pick Draw 3-steer Average 1. J B James Jr (Bennett, CO) / Bill L Jenkins (Rocky Ford, CO), 32.61 on 3, $3,905, National SO; 2. Ryan Velgersdyk (Parker, CO) / Colby P Craven (Briggsdale, CO), 34.52 on 3, $2,603, National SO; 3. Ramon Espinoza (Manassa, CO) / Shawn Barris (La Junta, CO), 38.09 on 3, $2,061, National SO; 4. Sierra Littrell (Loveland, CO) / Alfonso Marquez (Lakewood, CO), 38.42 on 3, $1,518, National SO; 5. Tim Ratts (Golden, CO) / Mike E Coppersmith (Platteville, CO), 38.91 on 3, $759, National SO; 6. Francisco A Garcia Jr (Commerce City, CO) / Earl Tupps (Watkins, CO), 39.31 on 3, $360; 7. Dean B Miller (Byers, CO) / Jerimy A Runner (Wellington, CO), 39.78 on 3, $360; 8. Marco Aragon (Avon, CO) / Chalio Olivas (Aurora, CO), 39.88 on 3, $240; 9. Sierra Littrell (Loveland, CO) / Clint G Stroud (Delta, CO), 40.38 on 3, $240; 10. Octavio Charez / Monte K LaRocque (Erie, CO), 41.39 on 3, $240; 11. Tucker L McClain (Byers, CO) / Brian Lee Binder (Greeley, CO), 41.99 on 3, $240; 12. Cesar Caraveo (Strasburg, CO) / Matthew Johnstone (Berthoud, CO), 48.53 on 3, $240 Overall Fast Time 1. Ryan Velgersdyk (Parker, CO) / Colby P Craven (Briggsdale, CO), 8.02, $403; 2. Sierra Littrell (Loveland, CO) / Clint G Stroud (Delta, CO), 8.10, $269 Gold Plus 4-Steer Average 1. Shawn D Stapleton (Sublette, KS) / Tyrell Reynolds (Tribune, KS), 34.86 on 4, $3,205, GoldPlus SO; 2. Marc H Banister (Brighton, CO) / Chris Hogan (Brighton, CO), 35.84 on 4, $2,137, GoldPlus SO; 3. Bob Dineen (Ft Lupton, CO) / Todd Q Holden (Gillette, WY), 38.01 on 4, $1,692, GoldPlus SO; 4. Willow N Raley (Baggs, WY) / Justin D Storms (Nathrop, CO), 39.41 on 4, $1,247; 5. Tony S Holden (Gillette, WY) / Chris Hogan (Brighton, CO), 40.35 on 4, $623 Incentive 1. Cory J Donnelly (Elk Point, SD) / Chase Gealy (Shelton, NE), 31.15 on 3, $1,526, GoldPlus SO; 2. George Woods (Pueblo, CO) / Joe B Stricklin DVM (Greeley, CO), 31.16 on 3, $1,145, GoldPlus SO; 3. Shawn D Stapleton (Sublette, KS) / Keith E Simon (Syracuse, KS), 31.36 on 3, $763, GoldPlus SO; 4. Rick A Montera (Greeley, CO) / Paulette OHotto (Ft Lupton, CO), 33.85 on 3, $382 Overall Fast Time 1. David A Taylor (Syracuse, KS) / Wesley Miller (Madison, KS), 6.74, $669 All Girl 4-Steer Average 1. Rylea Rae Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO) / Debbie P Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO), 54.35 on 4, $924; 2. Rochelle Fielder (Kiowa, CO) / Paulette OHotto (Ft Lupton, CO), 57.16 on 4, $554; 3. Rylea Rae Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO) / Shelby L Tyan (Hayes Center, NE), 27.42 on 3, $369 Overall Fast Time 1. Rylea Rae Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO) / Shelby L Tyan (Hayes Center, NE), 8.81, $97
Queen Creek Sunday Queen Creek, Arizona January 9, 2010 Total Payout = $11,350 #10 Average 3-Steer 1. Colton J Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ) / Travis J Black (Valley Farms, AZ), 22.76 on 3, $2,120; 2. Kurt Lorensen (Sebeka, MN) / Don A Seifert (Coolidge, AZ), 24.87 on 3, $1,400; 3. Len L LeBlanc (Maricopa, AZ) / Jarret E Nadeau (Outlook, SK), 25.28 on 3, $1,090; 4. Danielle Main (Victoria, BC) / Roger V Verquer (Gilbert, AZ), 29.10 on 3, $770; 5. Tom Osadczuk (Maricopa, AZ) / Ron Lee (Queen Creek, AZ), 29.33 on 3, $580; 6. George B Schreiner (Medicine Hat, AB) / Don A Seifert (Coolidge, AZ), 30.96 on 3, $450 Round 1 1. J D Garcia (Queen Creek, AZ) / Scott Hall (Chandler, AZ), 6.41, $360; 2. Todd Grissom (Higley, AZ) / Don A Seifert (Coolidge, AZ), 6.80, $210; 3. Sam Scott (Hillman, MN) / Roger V Verquer (Gilbert, AZ), 7.06, $140 #13 Average 3-Steer 1. Hal Earnhardt III (Queen Creek, AZ) / Cameron Church (Deming, NM), 21.32 on 3, $1,530; 2. Will C Moore (Mesa, AZ) / Larry L Harris (Checotah, OK), 22.33 on 3, $1,140; 3. Roger V Verquer (Gilbert, AZ) / Larry L Harris (Checotah, OK), 22.70 on 3, $760;
4. Miles J Payne (Queen Creek, AZ) / Brandon Mecham (Higley, AZ), 22.77 on 3, $380 Round 1 1. Zach R Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ) / John P Clark (Queen Creek, AZ), 6.50, $250; 2. Hal Earnhardt III (Queen Creek, AZ) / Cameron Church (Deming, NM), 6.54, $170 January 17, 2010 Total Payout = $12,650 #10 Average 3-Steer 1. Bruce E Palmer (Gilbert, AZ) / Jack A Reed (Queen Creek, AZ), 23.62 on 3, $2,280; 2. Jan Clancy (Queen Creek, AZ) / Colton J Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ), 23.76 on 3, $1,520; 3. Anna Hunt (Queen Creek, AZ) / Jess Mann (Miami, AZ), 24.04 on 3, $1,180; 4. Michael Stafford (Prineville, OR) / Jarret E Nadeau (Outlook, SK), 24.30 on 3, $830; 5. Delvin Stuber (Redcliff, AB) / Owen Schmidt (AB), 24.97 on 3, $620; 6. Tatum Wales DVM (Queen Creek, AZ) / Dax B Austin (Chandler, AZ), 25.43 on 3, $480 Round 1 1. Jan Clancy (Queen Creek, AZ) / Colton J Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ), 7.21, $390; 2. Tom Glass (Gilbert, AZ) / Calvin Stern (Casa Grande, AZ), 7.35, $230; 3. Brady Payne (Queen Creek, AZ) / Jack A Reed (Queen Creek, AZ), 7.39, $150
#13 Average 3-Steer 1. Brent A Keaveney (Florence, AZ) / Brooks R Dahozy (Window Rock, AZ), 19.40 on 3, $1,400; 2. Billy E Thomas (Oklahoma City, OK) / Nate Singletary (Surprise, AZ), 20.22 on 3, $1,160; 3. Austin Stafford (Prineville, OR) / Jake Minor (Ellensburg, WA), 21.34 on 3, $730; 4. Jack A Reed (Queen Creek, AZ) / Denton Payne (Queen Creek, AZ), 22.41 on 3, $700; 5. Dean Drosos (Gilbert, AZ) / Darrel Sewell (Queen Creek, AZ), 22.48 on 3, $460 Round 1 1. Brent A Keaveney (Florence, AZ) / Brooks R Dahozy (Window Rock, AZ), 5.77, $310; 2. Duane L Harrington (Queen Creek, AZ) / Ty Warbington (Queen Creek, AZ), 5.99, $210 January 31, 2010 Total Payout = $8,980 #10 Average 3-Steer 1. Randy Herzog (Hanna, AB) / Joel Milton (Queen Creek, AZ), 25.18 on 3, $1,560; 2. Kurt Lorensen (Sebeka, MN) / Colton J Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ), 26.14 on 3, $1,280; 3. Randy Herzog (Hanna, AB) / Gary D Little (Queen Creek, AZ), 26.23 on 3, $1,040; 4. Ken Davies (Medicine Hat, AB) / Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), 27.88 on 3, $780; 5. Chet Carl (Gallup, NM) / Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), 29.47 on 3, $520 Round 1 1. Delvin Stuber (Redcliff, AB) / Gary D Little (Queen
#8 Pick or Draw Average 4-steer 1. JaLynn Rogers (Elk City, OK) / Keven J Defoor (Hollis, OK), 54.89 on 4, $708; 2. Keven J Defoor (Hollis, OK) / James E Masters (Wheeler, TX), 60.27 on 4, $424; 3. Nancy K Moore (Amistad, NM) / Tracks L Moore (Amistad, NM), 61.69 on 4, $283 Rotation 1 Fast Time 1. JaLynn Rogers (Elk City, OK) / James E Masters (Wheeler, TX), 7.27, $212; 2. JaLynn Rogers (Elk City, OK) / Cole Bolton (San Marcos, TX), 7.91, $140 #9 Average 4-steer 1. Dick Ragland (Texico, NM) / Buster Reedy (Canyon, TX), 38.27 on 4, $1,051; 2. Laphe Laroe (Mclean, TX) / Buster Reedy (Canyon, TX), 39.53 on 4, $876; 3. Floyd Fain (Amarillo, TX) / Coy L Whitson (Amarillo, TX), 41.25 on 4, $700; 4. Dick Ragland (Texico, NM) / Mikel Shipp (Claude, TX), A 43.13 on 4, $525; 5. Keven J Defoor (Hollis, OK) / Josh D Seymour (Mclean, TX), 45.64 on 4, $350 Rotation 1 Fast Time 1. Mikel Shipp (Claude, TX) / Vincente Guerrero Sr (Hereford, TX), 7.78, $438; 2. Laphe Laroe (Mclean, TX) / Josh D Seymour (Mclean, TX), 7.85, $262; 3. Randy A Shields (Dalhart, TX) / Chance LaRoe (Hereford, TX), 7.94, $175 #10 Average 4-steer 1. Roy Don McCracken (Stratford, TX) / Buster Reedy (Canyon, TX), 36.29 on 4, $856; 2. Joanie K Ivy (Amarillo, TX) / Randy McCracken (Stratford, TX), 37.27 on 4, $714; 3. Tyrell A Ouellette (Yoder, CO) / Blake R Busby (Hereford, TX), 41.71 on 4, $571; 4. Dave Anderson (Amarillo, TX) / Darrell Williams (Canyon, TX), 47.83 on 4, $428; 5. Dana Irwen (Delta, CO) / Clay W Jones (Hereford, TX), 50.24 on 4, $285 Rotation 1 Fast Time 1. Ryan Shipp (Abernathy, TX) / Randy McCracken (Stratford, TX), 6.11, $357; 2. Jeremy Schumacher (Friona, TX) / Blake R Busby (Hereford, TX), 6.68, $214; 3. Roy Don McCracken (Stratford, TX) / Buster Reedy (Canyon, TX), 6.73, $142 #11 Average 4-steer 1. Anna M Gregory (Amarillo, TX) / Flint Mask (Amarillo, TX), 40.62 on 4, $540; 2. Anna M Gregory (Amarillo, TX) / Blake Williamson (Friona, TX), 42.20 on 4, $324; 3. Flint Mask (Amarillo, TX) / Ira Bader (Kim, CO), 42.78 on 4, $216 Overall Fast Time 1. Dick Ragland (Texico, NM) / Bobby H Jones (Hereford, TX), 7.92, $162; 2. Anna M Gregory (Amarillo, TX) / Blake Williamson (Friona, TX), 8.94, $108
Creek, AZ), 7.51, $340; 2. Ken Davies (Medicine Hat, AB) / Frank Weidner (Stanfield, AZ), 7.61, $240 #13 Average 3-Steer 1. Amy Spradlin (Stanfield, AZ) / Chance Abplanalp (Roosevelt, UT), 21.50 on 3, $1,160; 2. Jake S Robinson (Bend, OR) / Scott Scarbrough (St Johns, AZ), 21.78 on 3, $870; 3. A J Fuchs III (Queen Creek, AZ) / Roger Hollingsworth (Wheatland, WY), 22.12 on 3, $580; 4. Dean Drosos (Gilbert, AZ) / Scott Scarbrough (St Johns, AZ), 26.09 on 3, $290 Round 1 1. Jess Mann (Miami, AZ) / Colton J Thomas (Queen Creek, AZ), 6.33, $320 February 14, 2010 Total Payout = $3,280 #10 Average 3-Steer 1. John P Clark (Queen Creek, AZ) / Robert D Casterton (Queen Creek, AZ), 25.19 on 3, $920; 2. Trevor VanMaarion (Crossfield, AB) / Dean Drosos (Gilbert, AZ), 27.49 on 3, $550; 3. Graham Campbell (Cochrane, AB) / Richard B Anderson (Mesa, AZ), 29.46 on 3, $370 #13 Average 3-Steer 1. George Riley (Coolidge, AZ) / Rick L Stock (Taylor, AZ), 23.13 on 3, $720; 2. Woody Smith (Tonopah, AZ) / Ty Yost (Billings, MT), 24.18 on 3, $420; 3. Hal Earnhardt III (Queen Creek, AZ) / Roman P Collins (Queen Creek, AZ), 26.08 on 3, $300
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(Belen, NM), 38.73 on 4, $290; 3. Cody Garcia (Las Cruces, NM) / Hector Lucero (Belen, NM), 38.81 on 4, $190
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nother month has come and gone and I have to say the dirt is still flying over the World Series of Team Roping new classification system. Ty Yost recently added his view to the mix, suggesting that any new classification system does nothing but hinder the sport in the long run. His views are particularly interesting as it brings the entire reason for classification into view and sheds light on how a new classification system can have a negative impact. In reflection to the response from the WS, Yost must have hit a sore spot. Really, though, ropers just want to rope in most cases. They will pick what events are more appealing, what they can afford and enter up. It is the job of producers to continue to mix things up to keep the same old game of team roping sounding interesting. I believe that is one of the reasons for the new WS classification. Everyone knows the USTRC has the
best system – hands down. There is no room for any type of unfair advantage with the USTRC. Sure, you may feel you are treated like a number, that is because you are a number and you fit into a large group of others with the same number. It’s called classification, and don’t think just because a new game is offering up something new, that you will be treated differently in the long run. In fact, if it is fair, there should not be anything different from one to the other. If there is, watch out! I have more thoughts on the WS drama that I will hang onto for a while, but I have to say there is something even bigger out there that many ropers I believe are missing.
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out this season, but you could also spend thousands of dollars to get yourself a Regional Shoot-Out or the equivalent in Flex earnings. So a free one sounds really good! Did you know the USTRC is giving these away? Just for buying a 2010 membership you receive $1,000 in Flex earning, which equals out to a free Regional Shoot-Out. Think about this for a minute. Every roper is going to have a chance to rope at the USTRC Regional Finals this year. There is already a ton of money added to these events, but now there will be even more money with the additional entries, and you get one of them for free. Who would want to miss out? Thanks for hanging with me this month and lending me a part of your time. Until next month remember – Dirt! Keep it under you Feet! Ryan Davis
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Roughstock events steal spotlight at New Mexico Stampede Top bucking stock from Classic Pro Rodeo and a world class field of competitors made the Jan. 29-30 New Mexico Stampede something special. How special? Kaycee Feild and Jerad Schlegel tied for the bareback riding championship with a pair of 90-point rides – Feild on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Good Time Charlie and Schlegel on Classic’s Big Tex. In the saddle bronc riding, the title was shared by 2008 World Champion Cody Wright and 2009 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo average champion Shaun Stroh, each with scores of 83 points in a field with three past world champions. Colorado native Jimmy Anderson, 22, surprised a field that included three Wrangler NFR qualifiers with a winning 88point ride on Classic Pro Rodeo’s Sweetness, three points better than Jason Beck and John Jacobs, who tied for second place.
ProRodeo Hall of Fame inductee Schumacher dead at 89 Jimmy Schumacher, the first rodeo barrelman to ply his trade with a barrel open at both ends and a member of the inaugural class of the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in 1979, died at a Las Vegas hospital Jan. 24. He was 89. Schumacher, who grew up in Prescott, Ariz., began his rodeo career as a roughstock competitor. He won the bull riding at the Calgary (Alberta) Stampede in 1945 and also won the bareback riding event there twice. After 15 years of competition, he gave it up to replace the “original barrelman” Jasbo Fulkerson who was killed in a truck accident. Schumacher took the bottom out of the barrel as a means of escape and originated the first
‘walking barrel.’ He even had a patent on it, and it is on display at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs, Colo. Schumacher was injured badly by a bull named Buster at the 1969 National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City when the bull picked up the barrel, with Schumacher in it, and tossed it over his head. Schumacher broke all the ribs on one side and one punctured his lung. The doctor told him he’d have to undergo surgery to remove the rib unless Schumacher could cough hard enough to dislodge it. He did what the doctor suggested, and he left the hospital the next week without surgery. “You had to be able to bruise easy, but heal quick,” Schumacher said of his chosen occupation. He began his career as a barrelman in 1948 and didn’t retire until 1972. He was hired by many of the top rodeos such as Madison Square Garden, Phoenix, Belle Fourche, S.D., Denver, Fort Worth and Houston, and was selected to work as the NFR barrelman nine times (1960, 1962-69). After retirement, Schumacher did many things, but was known for working for various casinos, beginning at Binion’s, running the Big Six Wheel of Fortune. When he retired from the casino world, he and his wife, Alice, moved to Prescott, but said, “There were too many old people there. I was startin’ to walk like them,” so the consummate funnyman returned to Las Vegas. Schumacher and Alice were married 56 years at the time of her death in February 2009. He is survived by two sons; Sid and Rodney; wife, Robin; and two grandsons, Adam and Sean, all of Las Vegas. Schumacher was cremated and his ashes will be scattered on a favorite butte of his in Prescott, Ariz. Memorials should be made to the Justin Crisis Cowboy Fund in his name. www.prorodeo.com/justin_cowboy.aspx?xu=3
In Country TV Launches Broadcast schedule with Coverage of San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo In Country Television will launch its season-long coverage of Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association events at 8 p.m. ET March 6 when it airs the championship round of the $1 million San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. ICTV has assembled an all-star broadcast team, which will be comprised of six-time World Champion All-Around Cowboy Larry Mahan, ProRodeo Hall of Fame bullfighter Rob Smets, PRCA announcer Tim Fuller and former Miss Rodeo Virginia Charli Wacker. In Country Television has signed a contract with the PRCA to air 30 hours of coverage in 2010, including all eight Gold rodeos on the Wrangler Million Dollar Tour, presented by Justin Boots. ICTV, which reaches 32 million households through the DISH Network (channel 230) and Direct TV (channel 344), will also air coverage of the All American ProRodeo Finals in Waco, Texas, and the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Pocatello, Idaho. ICTV’s rodeo coverage gets off to a dramatic start March 6 with San Antonio, one of only two PRCA regular-season rodeos offering more than $1 million in prize money, the five-time and reigning PRCA Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year and the richest event on the Wrangler Million Dollar Tour. The Wrangler Million Dollar Tour is the centerpiece of the PRCA season, linking 22 of ProRodeo’s most prestigious events. There are two levels of competition, with those designated Gold
PBR CEO Randy Bernard Resigns
he Professional Bull Riders announced that Randy Bernard has resigned as CEO effective March 1 to accept a leadership position with the IRL. The Board of Directors of the PBR has initiated a process to select a replacement and has selected Mr. Rodd Granger, currently Chief Financial Officer of the PBR, to serve as interim CEO until a permanent successor has been identified. Mr. Granger is part of the six-person senior management team that has been leading PBR alongside Randy over the last two years, with Sean Gleason, Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Camper, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Dave Cordovano, Chief Global Events Officer and Jay Daugherty, Senior Vice President of Competition. Two of PBR’s founding A partners, Ty Murray and Cody Lambert, will continue to play integral executive and Board roles in PBR’s operations and the Rules & Regulations and Competition Committees. Randy Bernard will remain a significant shareholder of the PBR and will join Ty and Cody as active participants with the Board of Directors. Bernard departs the PBR at a time when he and his management team are producing outstanding results. PBR’s Built Ford Tough Series regular-season attendance increased 12 percent in 2009, and ratings with television partner Versus increased nearly 30 percent last year. The PBR has been quick out of the chutes in 2010 with attendance up 23 percent in its first five weeks of competition. Tecate Light, Lincoln Electric and Bad Bad Boy Mowers are among the new sponsors to have joined the PBR family for 2010. “The PBR has been my life for 15 years, and I am very proud of our accomplishments,” said Bernard. “I have learned the PBR is more than a sport, it’s a culture, a tradition mixed with modern entertainment with so many exciting elements, from the competition, the danger, to the athletes themselves, the toughness on both sides…the cowboy and the bull, but most importantly, I have learned what a great team around you can do. From the cowboys, stock contractors, sponsors, staff and board to our great fans, it has been a great ride, and I am very thankful to have so many great memories.” Randy’s final event with the PBR will be the Dickies Iron Cowboy Invitational, February 20 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. “The PBR family and Cowboy Nation wish Randy all the best in his new endeavor,” said PBR founder Ty Murray. “His leadership, dedication and endless work ethic have taken the PBR to heights we only dreamed of when we started back in 1995. This couldn’t have happened without Randy Bernard. He has put together an unbelievable team that will continue to grow and take our sport to new plateaus.
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The complete schedule of 8 p.m. ET first-run broadcasts follows (for rebroadcast dates check local listings): The Justin Boots Playoffs in Puyallup, Wash. ($550,000 added) and the Justin Boots Championships in Omaha, Neb. ($750,000 added) will be broadcast by ESPN, as will the 2010 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. “The PRCA is very pleased to offer our fans more television coverage of this great sport in 2010,” said PRCA Commissioner Karl Stressman. “We look forward to a strong, successful partnership with In Country, as we continue to work very hard to take the sport of professional rodeo to the next level.” In Country Television, based in Greenwood Village, Colo., is owned by Performance One Media. It began providing programming for outdoor enthusiasts last year on DISH Network and was added to the Direct TV lineup n January.
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Steer Wrestling 1. Olin Hannum, West Haven, UT, $14,451; 2. Gabe Ledoux, Kaplan, LA, $14,194; 3. Nick Guy, Sparta, WI, $11,735; 4. Cash Myers, Athens, TX, $11,650; 5. Clayton Morrison, Cavalier, ND, $11,500; 6. Ken Lewis, La Junta, CO, $10,875; 7. Todd Suhn, Hermosa, SD , $10,187; 8. Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, AB, $10,090; 9. Justin Davis, Bartonville, TX, $9,498; 10. Jason Miller, Lance Creek, WY, $9,368; 11. Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, CA, $8,201; 12. Erik Johnson, Eltopia, WA, $8,157; 13. Joey Bell Jr, IN HOUSE CRX’D Athens, TX, $7,906; 14.PROOF Billy Bugenig, Ferndale, CA, $7,223; 15. Wade Sumpter, Fowler, CO, $7,165.00 Team Horizontal Roping (Heading) (4.9 x 3) 1\8
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Tie-Down CRX’D1. Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, LA, $29,254; 2. Trevor
Brazile, Decatur, TX, $21,632; 3. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, TX, $18,944; 4. Houston Hutto, Del Rio, TX, $15,014; 5. Josh Peek, Pueblo, CO, $10,212; 6. Ace Slone, Cuero, TX, $9,691; 7. Blair Burk, Durant, OK , $9,635; 8. Randall Carlisle, Lipan, TX, $9,283; 9. Murray Pole, Erskine, AB, $8,468; 10. Justin Maass, Giddings, TX, $7,674; 11. Stetson Vest, Childress, TX, $7,184; 12. J.D. Kibbe, Portales, NM, $7,052; 13. Clif Cooper, Decatur, TX, $6,842; 14. Blake Huckabee, Shreveport, LA, $6,658; 15. Skyler Moore, Mt Vernon, MO, $6,622 Steer Roping 1. Vin Fisher Jr, Andrews, TX, $8,073; 2. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, TX, $4,548; 3. Walter Priestly, Robstown, TX, $4,398; 4. Rod Hartness, Pawhuska, OK, $3,591; 5. Will Gasperson, Decatur, TX, $3,126; 6. Bryce Davis, Abilene, TX, $3,060; 7. Tony Reina, Wharton, TX, $2,915; 8. J.R. Olson, Greeley, CO, $2,907; 9. Chet Herren, Pawhuska, OK, $2,622; 10. Shay Good, Midland, TX, $2,394; 11. Paul Patton, Abilene, TX, $2,130; 12. Brady Garten, Claremore, OK, $1,967; 13. J. Paul Williams, Burbank, OK, $1,881; 14. Cash Myers, Athens, TX, $1,881; 15. Jason Evans, Huntsville, TX, $1,838 Bull Riding 1. Wesley Silcox, Santaquin, UT, $25,101; 2. Marcus Michaelis, Caldwell, ID, $21,781; 3. Dustin Elliott, North Platte, NE, $20,047; 4. Beau Schroeder, China, TX, $16,712; 5. Clint Craig, Mena, AR, $16,269; 6. Jason Beck, Prairieville, LA, $15,904; 7. Tyler Johnston, Bridger, MT, $14,555; 8. Clayton Williams, Carthage, TX, $13,776; 9. Cody Whitney, Asher, OK, $13,492; 10. Dylan Werner, Bushnell, FL, $12,363; 11. D.J. Domangue, Odessa, TX, $11,136; 12. Lucas Guilbeau, Mount Pleasant, TX, $10,229; 13. Cody Buller, Glendive, MT, $10,060; 14. Thad Newell, Muskogee, OK, $9,688; 15. J.W. Harris, Mullin, TX, $9,668
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Steer Wrestling 1. Mark Waltz, Casa Grande, AZ, $1,671; 2. Trevor Duhon, Phoenix, AZ, $1,647; 3. Clay Elkins, Aztec, NM, $1,130; 4. Damian Padilla, Rio Rico, AZ, $935; 5. C.J. Aragon, Tucumcari, NM, $740; 6. Tim Robertson, Oro Valley, AZ, $728; 7. Cutter Parsons, Marana, AZ, $633; 8. Rusty Hamilton, Capitan, NM, $557; 9. Grady Gray, Las Cruces, NM, $545; 10. Dean McIntyre, Wickenburg, AZ, $470; 11. Bo Bleil, Maricopa, AZ, $253; 12. Randy Ternan, Phoenix, AZ, $200; 13. Milo Dewitt, Rio Rico, AZ, $133; 14. Riley Stross, Carlsbad, NM, $67 Team Roping (Heading) 1. Tanner Bryson, Cornville, AZ, $2,280; 2. Tom Richards, Humboldt, AZ, $2,140; 3. Rodee Walraven, Datil, NM, $1,970; 4. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, AZ, $1,497; 5. Travis Bard, Chino Valley, AZ, $1,371; 6. Derrick Begay, Seba Dalkai, AZ, $1,368; 7. Aaron Tsinigine, Gilbert, AZ, $1,210; 8. Joe Burk Higgins, Whitmann, AZ, $1,175; 9. Doc Keith, Westlock, AB, $912; 10. John Samsill, Wickenburg, AZ, $700; 11. Rube Woolsey, Casa Grande, AZ, $684; 12. A.J. Fuch, Queen Creek, AZ, $684; 13. Todd Howell, Parks, AZ, $637; 14. Phil Burris, Deming, NM, $331; 15. Larry Cohorn, Las Cruces, NM, $272 Team Roping (Heelers) 1. Tyler Getzwiller, Scottsdale, AZ, $2,140; 2. Justin Loya, Los Lunas, NM, $1,970; 3. Matt Garza, Mesquite, NM, $1,688; 4. Nick Sarchett, Phoenix, AZ,
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Cowboys Awards Program • Saddle and buckles to Year End Champions. NOTICE: Must have at least 20 event members for saddle. • Buckles to Finals Champions. • Jackets to Reserve Champions for the Year End and Finals. • Watch bands to third place Year End and Finals.
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Membership Fee: $50 • Cash Only-No Checks After July 1, $75 I swear that I will abide by all rules and regulations of the TAT and I hereby release and hold harmless the TAT, all stock contractors, sponsors, committees, facilities owner, employees and any or all persons in any way involved with approved events from losses, damages or injuries to me or my equipment resulting from participating in or attending any or all True American Tour events/activities. The undersigned has read and voluntarily signs the release & waiver of liability and indemnity agreement.
Signature: _________________________________ Date: _______________
Finals Info $250 Fees • $2,000 Added Payback 30% a a round 40% Average. 4 Places in rounds 4 in Average. Double points in rounds. Double points in average. Novice Bullriding - $150 Fees $1,000 Added
2010 True American Tour Locations April 13-14 Los Lunas, New Mexico April 30 – May 1 T or C, New Mexico
Recent Results Loyal American Tour Finals January 8, 2010 Farmington, New Mexico Bareback Riding 1. Kory Hart, Tucumcari, NM, Jackson Girl, 77, $502; 2. Jared Green, Socorro, NM, Alvira, 75, $376; 3. Hector Gonzales, Chi, Mexico, Mustang Willie, 73, $131; 4. Philbert Betony, Tonalee, AZ, Spook, 73, $131 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Darrel Triplett, Waterflow, NM, Sammy, 76, $402; 2. Ryan Montroy, Pagosa Springs, CO, Oreo, 76, $402; 3. Robert Aragon, Salano, NM, Trinity, 73, $240
If applicant is under 18 years of age this form must be signed by a legal guardian and NOTORIZED. Legal Guardian Signature: _________________________________________ Subscribed and sworn to me this __________ day of __________, 20 _____ Notary Signature: ________________________________________________ Commission Expires: _______________________ T-shirt size _____________________ Jacket size ______________________
Open Bull Riding No Qualified Rides
Loyal American Tour Year End Champions 2010 Bareback Riding 1. Forrie Smith, Capitan, NM, 77; 2. Hector Gonzales, Chi, Mexico, 47.5; 3. Jared Green, Socorro, NM, 43.5; 4. Jon Luse, Tucumcari, NM, 39 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Ryan Montroy, Pagosa Springs, CO, 60.5; 2. Robert Aragon, Salano, NM, 58.5; 3. Darrel Triplet, Waterflow, NM, 50; 4. Brandon Biebelle, San Lorenzo, NM, 38 Open Bullriding 1. Jared Green, Socorro, NM, 12; 2. Joseph McConnel, Bloomfield, NM, 9; 3. Justi Howlett, Durango, CO, 6.5
2010 Bares, Broncs & Bulls Spectacular January 8-9, 2010 Farmington, NM Bareback Riding 1. Benny Begay, Rock Point, AZ, Bell Boy, 82, $732; 2. Jon Luse, Tucumcari, NM, Roan Ranger,
76, $549; 3. Shiloh Amiotte, Wanblee, SD, Roan Ranger, $74; 4. Martin Gonzales, Chi, Mexico, Gunsmoke, 74, $183; 5. Hector Gonzales, Chi, Mexico, Showtime, 74, $183 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Robert Aragon, Salano, NM, Lucky Linda, 75, $558; 2. Casey Cisk, Corona, NM, Smoke Wagon, 75, $558; 3. CJ Page, La Jara, CO, Brody, 75, $558; 4. Kevin Cox, Hondo, NM, Tonto, 73, $326; 5. Darrell Triplet, Waterflow, NM, Leap Frog, 70, $162; 6. Michael Little, Montezuma Crk, UT, Lucky Linda, 70, $162 Open Bull Riding 1. Ivan Sells, Chinle, AZ, Freedom, 85, $1336; 2. Joseph McConnel, Bloomfield, NM, Zaryah, 84, $1106; 3. Thomas Brown, Springerville, AZ, Estaban, 82, $875; 4. Raynell Harvey, Lukachuki, AZ, Jayce, 81, $530; 5. Landon Parrish, Kayenta, AZ, Gunslinger, 81, $530; 6. Cole Pierce, Rio Rancho, NM, Leperchaun, 80, $76; 7. Dominic Coche, Estancia, NM, Clay, 80, $76; 8. Keyston Washee, Window Rock, AZ, War Paint, 80, $76 Novice Bullriding 1. Tanner Coughlan, Durango, CO, Red One, 72, $365; 2. Andy Sells, Chinle, AZ, Red One, 70, $274; 3. Aaron Colelay, White River, Dust Linger, 69, $182; 4. Cody Johnson, Haystack, NM, Hard Candy, 67, $91
President - Hugh Robinson - 575/770-3202 • Vice President - Todd Burns - 505/250-1282 • Bareback Director - Forrie Smith - 520/403-2824 Open Calf Roping Director - Christian Sanchez - 505/801-6854 • Incentive Calf Roping Director - Dave Aragon - 505/366-4931 Breakaway Director - Bellamie Mason - 505/486-2080 • Saddle Bronc Director - Jeb Loney - 406/240-3188 • Steer Wrestling Director - Lance Tolbert - 505/489-2143
APPROVED STOCK CONTRACTORS 2010 Casper Baca Rodeo Company Casper Baca PO Box 1715 Grants, NM 87020 505.287.9534 W/A Rodeo Company Buster Webb PO Box 383 Bloomfield, NM 87413 505.632.2350 777 Rodeo Company Guy Winters 13646 FM 310 Texline, TX 79087 806.333.7770 Bucking H Rodeo Company Richard Hodgson Rt. 1 Box 212 Blanco, NM 87412 505.486.2137 6 X 6 Rodeo Company Carl Bradley PO Box 110 Tres Piedras, NM 87577 505.758.3459 Tsosie Brothers Harrison and Tommy Tsosie PO Box 1950 Shiprock, NM 87420 505.368.4315
DEMONSTRATING STOCK CONTRACTORS: (2nd Year) Crossroads Rodeo Co. Mark Sanchez P.O. Box 3072 Durango, CO 81302 970.739.3851 (1st Year) Lucky 7 Rodeo Co. Ty Hawkins 232 CR 325 Ignacio, CO 81137 970.749.9790
2010 NMRA Schedule This Schedule is subject to change as more rodeos are added and co-sanctions are approved. April 2-4, 2010 Brian Howlett Memorial Rodeo #1 Ignacio, Colorado NMRA with co-sanctions requested April 9-10, 2010 Ty Waybourn Memorial, Farmington, NM NMRA, CPRA, other co-sanctions pending April 17-18, 2010 African & Native American Invitational, Los Lunas, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending April 24-25, 2010 Sandoval Co. Sheriff’s Posse Spring Rodeo Bernalillio, NM (Improved Ground!!) NMRA with co-sanctions pending April 30-May 1, 2010 Sierra Co. Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo T or C, NM NMRA with Casper Baca Series others pending May 14-15, 2010 Top of the Rockies, Monte Vista, CO NMRA with co-sanctions pending June 18-19, 2010 *Showdown in Old Abiquiu, Abiquiu, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending June 16-19, 2010 Gallup Lion’s Club 62nd Annual Rodeo Red Rock Park, Gallup, NM NMRA, CPRA, other co-sanctions requested June 26-27, 2010 Rodeo de Taos, Taos, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending July 2-4, 2010 Red Ryder Roundup, Pagosa Springs, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending
July 3-4, 2010 *Grants 4th of July Rodeo, Grants, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending July 22-25, 2010 *Durango Fiesta Days, Durango, CO NMRA with co-sanctions pending July 30-31, 2010 *Eastern Navajo Fair, Crownpoint, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 6-7, 2010 *Sandoval Co. Fair Rodeo, Cuba NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 7-8, 2010 *Chama Days Rodeo, Chama, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 13-14, 2010 *Sandoval Co. Sheriff’s Posse, Bernalillo, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 13-14, 2010 *Otero Co. Fair Rodeo, Alamogordo, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 13-14, 2010 *Colfax Co. Fair Rodeo, Springer, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 27-28, 2010 *Elfego Baca Shootout, Reserve, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending August 27-29, 2010 *Valencia Co. Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo, Belen, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending September 3-4, 2010 *Socorro Co. Fair Rodeo, Socorro, NM NMRA with co-sanctions pending *indicates pending
Upcoming Rodeos Cash Only in 2010! (Money orders and Cashier Checks accepted) Entries in our rodeos are taken
seriously. Call the Turnout number (505864-9426) if you must turnout of a rodeo for any reason including medical, emergency or vet release. (Vet release – barrel race ONLY.) You may not enter for 10 days if you vet or medical out and a release is due in the office within 7 days or entry fee and fine will be assessed. Non-members must be paid 2 hours before start of rodeo. Non-members who turnout of a rodeo are assessed a $75 fine that will be used to purchase their 2009 NMRA card. NO Exceptions! Contestants may draw out up to the closing of entries – After entries close you will be turning out and expected to pay fees. Rodeos having first sanction with New Mexico will have a $13 CES/Finals Fund deducted from advertised fees and have a $20 Stock Charge also deducted from fees. Bull riders have $10 day money added to fees as well! Incentive team ropers must show current 2010 USTRC cards, or receipt that card was purchased, when paying fees or you will rope as an open team. There is no longer a number to call the USTRC to confirm numbers, therefore proof must be supplied when paying fees. No exceptions! NMRA cards can be purchased on site at NMRA rodeos. Cards must be purchased before competing in order for money won to count for year end points.
Schedule Of Events Brian Howlett Memorial Rodeo & Bull Riding Ignacio, CO April 2-3, 2010 NMRA, Co-Sanctions requested Perfrormances: Fri. April 2, 7:30 p.m. BULLS ONLY – $1,500 Added Sat. April 3, 2:30 p.m. – rodeo performance
2010 Membership Application
NMRA-Approved Field Secretaries - 2010 Secretary Sponsor: Sagebrush Inn, Taos 505.758.2254 Janice Aragon 505.289.9428 Susi Kaufman 928.587.3478 Jana Muncy 505.238.9415 Amber Gillreath 505.235.9216
2010 NMRA Judges List
Judges Coordinator - Mark Hogland 505.269.0593
Send application to: NMRA 143 Maestas Rd Belen, NM 87002 NMRA phone: 505-864-9428
Bull Riding Director - Open • Open Team Roping Director - Russell Sullivan - 505/720-0999 • Inc. Team Roping Director - Jim Knopp - 505/514-8752 Barrel Racing Director - Debbie Hogland - 505/269-9848 • Inc. Barrel Racing Director - Carrie Richardson - 505/354-2018 • Judges Coordinator - Mark Hogland - 505/269-0593 State Secretary - Janice Aragon - 505/864-9428 • Central Entry Secretary - Leannah Sauceda - 505/864-9426 • Entry/Turn Out Number - 505/864-9426 • NMRA fax - 505/864-9427
Red Ryder Roundup Pagosa Springs, CO July 2-4, 2010 Co-Sanction: GCPRA Performances: Fri. July 2, 6 p.m.; Sat. July 3, 2 p.m. Sun, July 4, 2 p.m. Slack: Sun. July 4, 8 a.m. Added: $500 + Buckles first, Jackets second All Around Cowboy & Cowgirl Saddles Stock Contractor: W/A Stock Charge $20 Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $75 Under 14-Over 50 CR, $75, no added; Jr. Barrel Race, 14 & under, $30 with $300 Added Scr. Egg TR, $120 with $300 Added (Triad #10 capped at #5- one female or boy under 14 or old timer total of 90 years with minimum or 40 years old) TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, June 28, 2010, RS 505864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426, 6-10 p.m. & 505-8649427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Local Entries, June 25, 2010, 8-12, 970-264-2345 Check the website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before performance
Sierra Co. Sheriff’s Posse Rodeo T or C, NM April 30 - May 1, 2010 NMRA, Co-Sanction: Baca RS, All others pending Performances: Fri. April 30, 7 p.m.; Sat. May 1, 5:30 p.m. Slack: Sat. May 1, 8 a.m. Added: $300 TE/ $500 RS Stock Contractor: Casper Baca Stock Charge $20, RS $25 Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $65; Under 14-over 50 CR $75 12 & Under Barrels $20 – nothing added Barrels – enter on site – race each day. TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking
62nd Annual Lions Club Rodeo Red Rock State Park Gallup, NM June 16-19, 2010 NMRA, Co-Sanctions: CPRA, GCPRA others pending Stock Contractor: Casper Baca Performances: June 16-19 @ 7 p.m.; June 19 RS Bonus Round Slack: June 17th following performance Entry Fee: BB/SB/CR/SW/BKW/$100; Under 14-over 50 CR/$75; BRLS(with NMRA Inc.)/$90; BR/$125; Ranch Bronc Riding/$100 ($1000 added); TR(with #12 Inc)/ Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! $200 per team X 3 Added: $2000 all events; TR $3000; Ranch Bronc Riding $1000 Nothing added in under 14-over 50 CR Rough Stock Bonus Round: June 19th following performance nightly winners go to Bonus Round (see ground rules) Entries Open: NMRA members or associations with entry fee guaranteed phone in 2 week prior to first performance, Monday, June7, 2010, 6-10 p.m. Entries: Monday, June7, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. All non NMRA members or associations whose fees are not guaranteed walk in entries to Red Rock State Park on Wed. June 9th from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Pay cash only! No wire transfer entries!! No Exceptions! Call backs: Friday June 11, 6-10 p.m. 505-864-9426 or check website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets. Turn Outs: No latter than 3 hours before performance. 505-864-9426 Awards: Trophy Buckles awarded to the champions of the eight standard events. Ground Rules: Bonus Round: 1. The highest scoring rider from each nightly performance will automatically be entered in the RS Bonus Round 2. The Bonus Round will pay $1500 (winner take all) to the high point ride in the Bonus Round
3. If no qualified rides are made in the Bonus Round then the $1500 will be rolled into the next year’s Bonus Round This will increase the total purse to $3000 the next year, etc. 4. Bareback and Saddle Bronc both had qualifying rides in 2009 so the Bonus Round purse will be $1500 in 2010, winner take all. 5. There has not been a qualified Bull ride for 2006-09, so the Bonus Round purse for Bull Riding in 2010 will be $7,500, winner take all. 6. All Bonus Round Monies are separate from the regular performances. Ground Rules: Admission: 1. All contestants will be admitted free of charge on the night of their performance, but will be required to pay admission on any other performance attended.
African & Native American Invitational Rodeo Los Lunas, NM April 17-18, 2010 NMRA: Co-Sanction: Pending Performances: Sat. April 17, 12:00 Noon and 6:00 p.m.; Sun. April 18, 1:00 p.m. Slack: Sun. April 18, 8:00 AM if needed Added: $300/event Stock Contractor: To be announced
Sandoval Co. Sheriff’s Posse Spring Rodeo Bernalillo, NM April 24-25, 2010 NMRA: Co-Sanction: Pending Performances: Sat. April 24, 1:30 p.m.; Sun. April 25, 1:30 p.m. Slack: Sun. April 25, 8 a.m. Added: $100/event Stock Contractor: Crossroads Rodeo Co. Stock Charge $20 Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $65; Under 14-over 50 CR $75 TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, April 19, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Check the website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before perf. Directions: Sheriff’s Posse Arena
in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, April 26, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Check the website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before perf. Directions: Sheriff’s Posse Arena
Annual Ty Waybourn Memorial Farmington, NM April 9-10, 2010 NMRA, Co-Sanction: CPRA, GCPRA Perfrormances: Fri. April 9, 7 p.m.; Sat. April 11, 7 p.m. Slack: Sat. April 10, 8 a.m. Added: $300 All Around Cowboy and All Around Cowgirl Saddles Stock Contractor: Bucking H Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $65 Ribbon Roping $40/team – no added money/one girl on each team; Inc. CR is now 14 and under or 50 and over, $75 entry fee TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, April 5, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Check website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before perf. Directions: McGee Park, Farmington, NM More info: Aztec Feed, 505-334-8911
Stock Charge $20 Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $65; Under 14-over 50 CR $75; Jr. Barrels/$40 ($100 added) TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, April 12, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Check the website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before performance Directions: SW Events Center, HWY 6 W of Los Lunas
Sun. April 4, 1:00 p.m. – rodeo performance Slack: Sun. 9:00 a.m. following performance if necessary Added: $100/event; Open bulling riding TBA Stock Contractor: Lucky 7 Rodeo Co. Entry Fees: $100 All Events; TR $100/man; BRL $65 Inc. CR is now 14 and under or 50 and over, $75 entry fee TR enter 3 times/ once in open, twice in incentive or vise versa Inc. TR must have current 2010 USTRC card Or receipt of purchasing card with USTRC number On receipt when checking in or you will rope As an open team! No exceptions! Entries: Monday, March 29, 2010, RS 505-864-9427, 6-7 p.m. TE: 505-864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505-864-9427, 7-10 p.m. TR: 505-864-7200, 6-10 p.m. Check website: www.nmrodeo.org for day sheets Turnouts: 505-864-9426 no later than 3 hrs before performance Directions: Ignacio Indoor Arena, Ignacio, CO
ALL INDIAN RODEO The All Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association, Inc. • P.O. Box 723, St. Michaels, Arizona 86511
COWBOYS ASSOCIATION Phone: 928/871-3000 • Fax: 928/871-3000 • Website: www.aircarodeo.com
ALL INDIAN RODEO COWBOY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The A-Team 2009 President Ben Bates, Jr. - (505) 879-7717 email@example.com Vice President Thomas J. Boyd - (928) 777-2621 firstname.lastname@example.org Treasurer Brenda Holgate - (505) 786-4204 email@example.com Administrative Secretary Alberda Avery firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Relations Officer Beverly Coho - (928) 871-3000 email@example.com AIRCA Central Entry Secretary Benita Jaye - (505) 735-2117 firstname.lastname@example.org Queen Committee Coordinator Vacant Judges Coordinator Albert Slivers - (623) 925-0978 Timers Coordinator Benjenita Bates email@example.com Rodeo Sponsors Representative Vacant
ALL INDIAN RODEO COWBOYS ASSOCIATION
2010 AIRCA Standings Unaudited All Around 1. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, AZ, $1,992 Bareback Riding 1. Earl Tsosie Jr, Indian Wells, AZ, $876; 2. Clifford Williams, Ganado, AZ, $461 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Alonzo Yazzie, Houck, AZ, $1,112; 2. Leander Thomas, Window Rock, AZ, $927; 3. Robert Burbank, Gallup, NM, $586 Bull Riding 1. Guytin Tsosie, Farmington, NM, $1,535; 2. Justin Silversmith, Window Rock, AZ, $923 Steer Wrestling 1. Garrison Begay, Greasewood Springs, AZ, $922; 2. Ben Bates Jr, Mexican Springs, NM, $749; 3. Sheridan Jodie, Churchrock, NM, $557; 4. Kyle Dean Dennison, Tohatchi, NM, $174; 5. Kyle Smith, Mulholland Wells, NM, $96 Tie Down Roping 1. Roderick Tso, Fort Defiance, AZ, $1,244; 2. Tyrine Alcott, Winslow AZ, $494; 3. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, AZ, $461 Ladies Breakaway Roping 1. Kim R Jim, Shiprock NM, $49 Ladies Barrel Racing 1. Charmayne Gene, Chinle, AZ, $853; 2. Kassidy Dennison, Tohatchi, NM, $427 Open Team Roping Header 1. Kesley Phillips, Rough Rock, AZ, $2,434; 2. John Boyd III, Kayenta AZ, $2,081; 3. Cody Hunter, Chinle, AZ, $1,806; 4. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, AZ, $1,531; 5. Leonard Williams Sr, Tolani Lake, AZ, $501 Open Team Roping Heeler 1. Kevin Yazzie, Rough Rock, AZ, $2,434; 2. Lamuel Yazzie, Coyote Canyon NM, $2,081; 3. Victor Begay, Seba Dalkai AZ, $1,531
Central Entry Secretary Benita Jaye New Phone Number (505) 735-2117
Ladies Breakaway Roping Bull Riding Director Michelle Morris - (505) 713-0135 Herb Holgate firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Steer Wrestling Ladies Barrel Racing Harrison Charley firstname.lastname@example.org Vacant Team Roping Directors Junior Barrel Racing Leonard Williams Sr. - (928) 797-5596 Bobbie Clawson email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Largo - (928) 871-3307 Tie-Down Roping email@example.com Vacant Bareback Director Junior Bull 1\2 Vertical (7.3Riding x 9.5) Vacant Vacant Saddle Bronc Director Senior Breakaway Roping Robert Burbank - (505) 488-5469 Jerome Pete Sr. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
P.O. BOX 723 ST. MICHAELS, ARIZONA 86511
2010 MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION 1st Year Member (Rookie)? Yes
AIRCA card no: 09-
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Type of Application/Fees ( all that apply) Contestant - $95 Major Events Bareback Saddle Bronc Bull Riding Tie-Down Roping Open Team Roping #12 Team Roping Ladies Barrel Racing Ladies Breakaway Roping Contestant - $95 Minor Events Jr. Bull Riding Jr. Co-ed Barrel Racing Official - $95 Judge
Sr. 50+ Breakaway Roping
Contractor - $250 Announcer
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OATH By signatory completion below, I apply for membership with the All Indian Rodeo Cowboys Association (AIRCA). I hereby swear and affirm the information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I release and waive any and all claims for personal injury or any other claims against the AIRCA during the period of membership. I further agree to abide by all the Articles of Incorporation contained in the most current AIRCA Approved Association Rule Book and any other provisions the AIRCA Board may insertor impose–for example constestant members shall participate in 40% of all AIRCA sanctioned rodeos in order to qualify for any post season finals rodeo(s). I will represent the AIRCA to the best of my ability and comply with all its rules and by-laws. Signature:
If Applicant is under the age of 18 (Minor) Parent/Guardian of Applicant must sign the following signatory and hereby complies with the above OATH as well. Parent/Guardian Signature Subscribed and sworn to me this My Commission Expires Notary Public
Membership Form 2010 with rates approved by AIRCA President on October 7, 2008.
For AIRCA Use Only Sold By Form of Payment Other Note
GRAND CANYON PRO RODEO ASSOCIATION GCPRA Approved Stock Contractors:
2010 GCPRA Board of Directors President: Arnold Burruel Vice President: John Samsill Judging Coordinator: Gordie Kessler Bareback: Jason Minic Saddle Bronc: Bryan Martineau Bull Riding: Bubba Hancock Calf Roping: Wes Crane
(520) 631-2121 (928) 231-0401 (480) 883-9171 (480) 335-1353 (602) 750-9076 (602) 430-7180 (623) 202-3353
All-Around Standings 2009 The following is a list of the audited and qualified all-around standings. Keep in mind that in order to qualify for the finals a contestant must be a member in good standing, have competed in at least 4 GCPRA lead sanctioned rodeo’s and have won a minimum of $500 each in at least 2 events. Only full rodeo’s with a minimum of 8 events count towards all-around standings. Team roping is counted as one individual event (whether heading, heeling or both) and only points for the highest placing at any single rodeo will be counted toward the standings. Contestants with an asterisk at their names are not fully qualified. If there are any questions regarding the standings please call Shelly Howell at 623/249-9506 ASAP. There will not be any changes made at the finals. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THE YEAR END AND AVERAGE WINNERS! Thank you to our 2010 Finals jacket sponsor FCI Construction 2010 Year End Winners Men’s All Around: Andrew Martin Women’s All Around: Becky Mahoney Bareback: J.T. Cox Open Calf Roping: Andrew Martin Inc. Calf Roping: Shandell Glasses Breakaway: Dani Meador Saddle Bronc: Bryan Martineau Steer Wrestling: Pepe Arballo Open Barrels: Lake Mehallic Inc. Barrels: Terri Foley Open TR Header: Erich Rogers Open TR Heeler: Victor Begay Inc. TR Header: Whip Lewis Inc. TR Heeler: Te Ryan Begay Bull Riding: Michael Allison Finals Average: Bareback: Tyler Staker Open Calf Roping: Joseph Parsons Inc. Calf Roping: Dustin Latta Breakaway: Mandy Sproul Saddle Bronc: Dean Daly Steer Wrestling: Tim Robertson Open Barrels: Eileen Geraghty Inc. Barrels: Jackie Gajesky Open TR: Erich Rogers & Corey Petska Inc. TR: Mandy Sproul & Philip De La Cruz Bull Riding: Michael Allison Bareback Avgerage 1. Tyler Staker, 229 $360; 2. Trey Bissett, 227 $270; 3. Trevor Haught, 215 $180; 4. Randon Palmer, 195 $90
Incentive Calf Roping: Paul Carmon Breakaway Roping: Mandy Sproul Steer Wrestling: Trevor Duhon Team Roping: Clay Parsons #12 Team Roping: Todd Zipprich Barrel Racing: Muffy Carmen State Secretary: Shelly Howell
W/A Rodeo Company Slash M Rodeo Company T5 - Manuel Murrietta V Heart Rodeo Company – Cody Resor
(602) 980-0766 (520) 226-5058 (337) 263-0956 (520) 444-7650
Please be sure to check out our website at www.GCPRA.com for the latest updates and rodeo information GCPRA: PO Box 50476 Parks, AZ 86018 State Secretary - Shelly Howell - (623) 249-9506
(623) 694-1857 (623) 640-0597 (623) 249-9506
Open Calf Roping 1. Joseph Parsons 17.9 $666; 2. Andrew Martin, 20.6 $499; 3. Tanner Houston, 21.9 $333; 4. Clay Parsons, 22.2 $166 Inc. Calf Roping 1. Dustin Latta, 20.8 $666; 2. Shandell Glasses, 26.1 $499; 3. Bob Martin, 30.0 $333; 4. Dale Daves, 37.8 $166 Breakaway 1. Mandy Sproul, 6.3 $666; 2. Shaylynn Jacobs, 7.1 $499; 3. Jan Clancy, 8.6 $333; 4. Kellie Hunt, 9.0 $166 Saddle Bronc 1. Dean Daly, 165 $666; 2. Jason Amon, 147 $499; 3. Robert Burbank, 145 $249; 4. Garrison Dewitt, 145 $249 Steer Wrestling 1. Tim Robertson, 10.0 $666; 2. Pepe Arballo, 10.4 $499; 3. Cutter Parsons, 12.5 $333; 4. Justin Simon, 13.1 $166 Open Barrels 1. Eileen Geraghty, 35.64 $666; 2. Jenna Cadwallader, 35.84 $499; 3. Muffy Carmen, 35.97 $333; 4. Dawn Barrett, 35.99 $166 Inc. Barrels 1. Jackie Gajeski, 37.14 $666; 2. Christy Leo, 37.15 $499; 3. Juli Miller, 37.22 $333; 4. Mandy Sproul, 37.72 $166 Open Team Roping 1. Erich Rogers / Corey Peska, 10.6 $666; 2. Whip Lewis / Victor Aros, 13.7 $499; 3. Todd Howell / Clay Parsons, 15.2 $333; 4. Marcos Sells / Victor Begay, 15.9 $166 Inc. Team Roping 1. Mandy Sproul / Phillip De La Cruz, 12.4 $666; 2. Chase Simon / Jerry Hopper, 16.3 $499; 3. Bob Pimental / Wes Crane, 26.9 $333; 4. Bo Pearce / Damian Padilla, 27.1 $166 Bull Riding 1. Michael Allison, 155 $1,599
2009 6-Pack Roughstock Series Standings Congratulations to our winners! Bareback: Jason Minic Saddle Bronc: Bryan Martineau Bull Riding: Kevin Gonzales
Special Thanks To Our Buckle Sponsor Wilkerson Welding! Completed Six Pack Series Standings Bareback 1. Jason Minic 36; 2. J.T. Cox 29; 3. Jason Weston 16; 4. Trevor Haught 9; 5. Nick Ellison 8.5; 6. Shon Gibson 8.5 Saddle Bronc 1. Bryan Martineau 21; 2. Nathan Siedel 20; 3. Rawley McFarland 20; 4. Jason Amon 18; 5. Jeb Loney 9; 6. Nate Oetter 8; 7. Bryce Beeler 8; 8. Olan Borg 8; 9. Jade Blackwell 7
GCPRA CES Phone Number: Events Line: (623) 388-0391 Team Roping Line: (623) 388-0201 Bull Riding 1. Kevin Gonzales 30; 2. Samuel De La Cruz 18; 3. Shawn Patrick Rogers 18; 4. Rawley McFarland 18; 5. Shay Bowen 9 ; 6. Michael Allison 8
Upcoming Events Lost Dutchman Days Open Rodeo February 25 - 28, 2010 Apache Junction, AZ GCPRA Co-Sanctioned (This is not our rodeo. Points will count towards GCPRA Year End) Entries: Monday, February 22 Roughstock 5 - 6 p.m. (623)748-3202 All others 6-10 p.m. (623)748-3273 Entry fees cash only. Must be paid one hour prior to performance. Stock will be drawn promptly one hour prior to performance and there will be no exceptions Performances: 1:30 Friday, Saturday and Sunday Added Money: $300 each day to BB & SB $500 BR, $400 CR, Inc. CR, SW, Brkwy, Barrels, Inc. Barrels, TR and Inc. TR All Team Roping will be Thursday, February 25th at 10:00 am Cattle will be chute run. Friday Performance - Tough Enough to Wear Pink Entries: Monday February 22 You can also check out www.lostdutchmandays.org for more info. Colorado River Round Up Needles, CA March 5 - 6, 2010 Performances: 6 p.m. each day Slack: March 6 at 9 a.m. if needed Added: $500 to all Open Events, $200 to all Incentive Events Entries: Monday, March 1st Roughstock 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. (623)388-0391 Timed Events 6pm – 10 p.m. (623)388-0391 Team Roping 6pm – 10 p.m. (623)388-0201 Mark your calenders for Globe 2010 April 24 - 25, 2010 More information will be posted as it becomes available.
2010 GCPRA Standings Bareback 1. Tyler Staker, $593; 2. John Luse, $228; 3. Jason Minic, $160; 4. Trevor Haught, $160 Calf Roping 1. Cutter Parsons, $458; 2. Joe Parsons, $429; 3. Andrew Martin, $382; 4. Gerald Daye, $374; 5. Justin Parke,
$374; 6. Brett Fleming, $305; 7. Tyler Whitlow, $257; 8. Shane Erickson, $229; 9. Ryan Tripp, $172; 10. Joe Moody, $153; 11. Dickie Lee Miller, $0 Inc. Calf Roping 1. Ryan Tripp, $393; 2. Guy Nix, $370; 3. Dustin Latta, $327; 4. Dale Davies, $308; 5. Willard Moody, $247; 6. Bob Martin, $229; 7. Paul Carmen, $229; 8. Robert Wooten, $185; 9. Brent Keaveney, $131; 10. Jimmy Shirley, $123; 11. Ted Walker, $118 Steer Wrestling 1. Tim Robertson, $462; 2. Justin Simon, $408; 3. Travis Reay, $347; 4. Cutter Parsons, $320; 5. Willie Schoolcraft, $306; 6. Trey Nahrgang, $231; 7. Clayton Tuscherer, $102; 8. Tanner Houston, $0; 9. Cody Glover, $0 Breakaway 1. Dani Meador, $482; 2. Leigh Ann Billingsley, $468; 3. Becky Mahoney, $401; 4. Jan Clancy, $390; 5. Kristin TRUE, $356; 6. Daria Weir, $321; 7. Cheyenne Foster, $312; 8. Sally Brown, $241; 9. Kelsi Burchett, $195 Barrels 1. Raelyn Gould, $1,311; 2. Kyna Schrader, $688; 3. Kendra Stineman, $631; 4. Sherry Cervi, $556; 5. Amber Berry, $512; 6. Georgia Diez, $470; 7. Shelly Howell, $253; 8. Jeannie Moody, $0; 9. Leigh Ann Billingsley, $126; 10. Kelsey Lutien, $116; 11. Zale Delp, $76; 12. Jennifer Auth, $70; 13. Mandy Sproul, $47 Inc. Barrels 1. Jackie Gajeski, $364; 2. April Cheeseman, $339; 3. Kayla Karstetter, $301; 4. Jessi Houston, $281; 5. Mary Dolven, $238; 6. Kerri Shuldberg, $193; 7. Kaitlin Schuck, $193; 8. Talena Campbell, $176; 9. Theresa Pearl-Benson, $0; 10. Dani Meador, $0; 11. Mandy Sproul, $113; 12. Christy Leo, $105; 13. Cy Brashears, $58; 14. Cheyenne Foster, $31; 15. Shanda Chambers, $31 Open Team Roping Heading 1. Derrick Begay, $1,286; 2. Murdock Keith, $1,035; 3. Travis Whitlow, $671; 4. Nathan Singletary, $605; 5. John Samsill, $566; 6. Marco Sells, $319; 7. Tod Howell, $266; 8. Austin Stafford, $29; 9. Denton Payne, $29; 10. Tom Richards, $29 Open Team Roping Heeling 1. Cesar De La Cruz, $760; 2. Tyler Getzweiller, $671; 3. Tom Bill Johnson, $605; 4. Dallas Reidhead, $594; 5. Byron Wilkerson, $556; 6. Cory Petska, $555; 7. Nathan Singletary, $479; 8. Victor Begay, $290; 9. Cully Stafford, $266; 10. Lane Siggins, $29; 11. Brock Hanson, $29 Inc. Team Roping. Heading* 1. Ryan Tripp, $552; 2. Brent Keaveney, $535; 3. Becky Mahoney, $268; 4. Mark Bell Jr., $414; 5. Mandy Sproul, $401; 6. Jan Clancy, $276; 7. Greg Green, $0; 8. Kevin Turner, $138; 9. Austin Stafford, $134 Inc. Team Roping Heeling 1. Salvadore Flores, $552; 2. Wes Crane, $535; 3. Trevor Mahoney, $268; 4. Mike Clancy, $414; 5. Arnold Burruel, $401; 6. Mike Clancy, $276; 7. Willard Moody, $0; 8. Bill McClure, $138; 9. Dayton Stafford, $134 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Jason Amon, $370; 2. Bryce Beeler, $354; 3. Seth Seidel, $277; 4. Travis Reay, $266; 5. Garrion Dewitt, $193; 6. Nate Oetter, $133; 7. Logan Wescott, $133 Bull Riding 1. Wacey Barta, $907; 2. Shawn Rogers, $860; 3. Trey Nahrgang, $287
NEW MEXICO JUNIOR RODEO ASSOCIATION President - Hilario Baca 505/379-5036 firstname.lastname@example.org • Vice President - Brook Deerman 575/703-4872 email@example.com Secretary/Treasurer - Lisa Wade 505/615-2773 firstname.lastname@example.org • State Secretary - Christie Riley 505/384-2471 or 505/705-2471 email@example.com Ex-Officio - Red Kingston 505/847-2708
2010 NMJRA Board of Directors
Ribbon Roping/Calf Roping John English 505/239-7617 Jenglish@wspubs.com
Barrels/Flags/Chute Dogging Leland Riley 505/384-2471 or 505/705-2472 firstname.lastname@example.org
Calf Touching Dan Bell email@example.com
Pole Bending/Co State Secretary Audra Baca 505/331-7460 firstname.lastname@example.org
Steer Stopping/Steer Breakaway Chad LeSueuer 575/430-5632 email@example.com
Goat Tying Daniel Wood 505/632-5863 or 505/486-5207 danielwood firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Roping Brook Deerman email@example.com
Breakaway Roping Darin Simpson 505/876-6002 or 505/240-2544 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rough Stock Jerry Hawkes 575/640-5616 email@example.com
The New Mexico Junior Rodeo Association is open to boys and girls up to 19 years of age, as of January 1 of the current year.
2010 Upcoming Events: Belen, NM June 5 – 6, 2010, 2010 Mountainair, NM June 19 - 20, 2010 Grants, NM July 10 - 11, 2010 T or C, NM July 31 - August 1, 2010 Quemado, NM August 7 - 8, 2010 2010 Finals Rodeo Farmington, NM August 20 – 22, 2010
Congratulations to Carl Sweazea of Mountainair! Carl won his first truck at the 2010 Yost Events/The Roping Company Truck Roping held at the Horseshoe Equestrian park in Queen Creek, AZ. Good Job Carl we are proud of you! Good Luck to the 2010 NMWJHSRA & NMHSRA contestants!
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You are invited to the 2010 Membership Drive Rodeo Bosque Farms, NM May 22 – 23, 2010 Bosque Farms Rodeo Arena
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March 12 & 13, 2010, 7:00 p.m. Xtreme Bull Riding • Bareback and Saddle Bronc Riding • Barrel Racing Gymkhana • Car/Bike Show • Arts/Crafts Fair A special concert featuring Grammy & CMA nominated country artist
Michael Peterson Books open February 22, 2010 and will be open until February 26, 2010 Entry phone will open each night at 6:00 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Arizona time Entry Phone Number 480/987-0354 Entry Fees $250, 2-head Average Cashiers Check or Money Order made out to Gilbert PRCA Bulls, LL Total Added Money: $5,000 Mail All Entry Fees to: 41587 N. Coyote Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85140 Must be received in rodeo office by March 8, 2010 All winnings will be paid out with check.
STOCK CONTRACTORS Rafter 8 Bucking Bulls Milo Dewitt England Bucking Bulls Flying M Rough Stock Honeycutt Rodeos
For more information or questions please call Robin Mayberry at 480/747-7447 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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For more information or to pre-enter contact Cody McDaugale or Melissa McDaugale 505/287-2662 505/290-7390
Leadline - 6 & under Sheep Riding - 6 & under Calf Riding - 7-9 Steer Riding - 10-13 Barrels, Poles, Flags & Goats - 6 & under, 7-9, 10-13, 14-18 Breakaway Roping & Step Down Roping - 7-9, 10-13, 14-18 Ribbon Roping - 10-13, 14-18 Team Roping (Adult/Contestant) - 7-9, 10-13, 14-18 Steer Roping & Calf Touching - 7-9, 10-13, 14-18 Steer Dobbing - 6 & under, 7-9
Pre-Enter by March 10, 2010 Books will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. the day of the rodeo
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Running P Saddles will be awarded to All-Around Cowgirl and All-Around Cowboy in each age division.
RODEO DATES 2010 (9:00 a.m. each day) March 20 • April 17 & 18 • May 15 & 16 • June 19 CIBOLA COUNTY GYMKHANA RODEO 2010 SERIES ENTRY FORM
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Date of Rodeo. Is contestant sharing a horse with another contestant? Sharing with: Age as March 1, 2010 *If you DID NOT participate in the CCGR 2009 Series, you must present your birth certificate to the rodeo secretary before the start of the first rodeo * Enter a minimum of three (3) events and a maximum of four (4) You DO NOT have to designate your four events for points for the season this year Events Leadline Sheep Riding (Leadliner's may enter) Calf Riding Steer Riding Barrels Flags Poles Goat Tying (around neck) Goat Tying Calf Touching Steer Stopping Steer Dobbing Breakaway Roping Step Down Roping Ribbon Roping Team Roping Administration Membership Fee Awards Fee for All-Around Only Awards Fee for All-Around & Rough Stock Awards Fee for Rough Stock Only Late Entry Fee Day Run Fee Team Roping Partner's Name If you need a partner please note here. RODEO DATES March 20, 2010 April 17 & 18, 2010 May 15 & 16 2010 June 19, 2010 * Make up date - TBA
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ENTRY FEE DUE DATES March 10, 2010 April 7, 2010 May 5, 2010 June 9, 2010
MAKE MONEY ORDERS/CASHIERS CHECKS PAYABLE TO: CCGR *** MAIL MONEY ORDERS/CASHIERS CHECKS ONLY *** MAIL ENTRIES TO
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Frank DuBois Bronc Riding & Calf Roping Friday March 26th Southern NM Fairgrounds
Las Cruces, NM Broncs - Entry Fees $150 $1000 ADDED
Elimination Roping Entry Fees $150
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Go 6: The Showdown! Entries Open March 16 @ 9am Entries Close March 24 @ 5pm Enter by calling 575-646-3659 Sponsored by
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Performances Friday, April 9 • 7 P.M. Saturday, April 10 • 7 P.M. Slack Saturday • 8 A.M. EVENT Bareback Saddle Bronc Bull Riding Calf Roping 14/50 Calf Roping 14 & under, 50 & over Steer Wrestling Team Roping w/#12 incentive Breakaway Barrel Racing
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Saturday, April 24 & Sunday, 25, 2010 1:30 p.m. Performance Each Day Youth Events Start at 11 a.m. Each Day
Saturday, April 17 & Sunday, April 18, 2010 1:30 p.m. Performance Each Day Youth Events Start at 11 a.m. Each Day All Rodeos - Enter Each Day Youth Events Mutton Bustin' 50 lbs. & under Calf Riding 9 yrs. & under Steer Riding 14 yrs. & under Jr. Mini Bulls 16 yrs. & under Novice Bulls Jr. Barrels 19 yrs. & under
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Youth Events Mutton Bustin' 50 lbs. & under Calf Riding 9 yrs. & under Steer Riding 14 yrs. & under Jr. Mini Bulls 16 yrs. & under Novice Bulls Jr. Barrels 19 yrs. & under
Entry Fee $20 $30 $45 $55 $65 $45
Slack time TBA NMRA info: 505/864-9428 or 505/366-4929 Local entries / non NMRA members please call NMRA on entry info.
Senior Pro Info 928/684-9566 Senior Pro Entry 928/684-9505 or visit email@example.com All youth events & novice bulls call Charity at 970/749-4984, Mark at 970/739-3851 or Charlie at 970/769-3243
19 yrs. & Under Open Youth Rodeo
Saturday, May 1, 2010 Events Start at Noon Events Entry Fee Saddle Bronc 19 yrs. & under $65 Bareback 19 yrs. & under $65 Bull Riding 19 yrs. & under $65 Jr. Mini Bulls 16 yrs. & under $55 Steer Riding 14 yrs. & under $45 Calf Riding 9 yrs. & under $30 Jr. Barrels 19 yrs. & under $35 Pee Wee Barrels 14 yrs. & under $30 Future Legend Barrels 6 yrs. & under $20 Jr. Poles 19 yrs. & under $35 Pee Wee Poles 14 yrs. & under $30 Future Legend Poles 6 yrs. & under $20
Entry Fee $20 $30 $45 $55 $65 $45
All youth events & novice bulls call Charity at 970/749-4984, Mark at 970/739-3851 or Charlie at 970/769-3243 Cowboy Chu rch and Free Pan cake Breakfast Da ily at Approx. 9 a.m .
Free Rodeo School Sunday, May 2 9 a.m. To sign up call Charlie 970/769-3243 Mark 970/739-3851 Brought to you by Cross Roads Ranch & Rodeo Ministries
Shoe Scramble & Other Great Acts by Charlie Greene Entries open Monday, April 26, 2010 at 6 p.m. - Open until full. Entry info: Charity at 970/749-4984, Mark at 970/739-3851 or Charlie at 970/769-3243
Cinco De Mayo Rodeo & Celebration Saturday, May 8 & Sunday, May 9, 2010 Events Start at Noon
Rodeo American & Charro Special Acts Mothers Day Celebration
See next issue for all the details
For information on all events call Charity at 970/749-4984, Mark at 970/739-3851 or Charlie at 970/769-3243 SCSP members: Ray 505/238-1499, Mario 505/410-3898 FOR ALL YOUTH AND OPEN ENTRIES CREDIT AND DEBIT CARDS ACCEPTED Cross Roads Ranch and Rodeo Company now booking for 2010 - 2011 • www.crossroadsranchandrodeocompany.com
Fiesta Rodeo April 30 & May 1, 2010 T ruth or Consequences, NM NMRA & Casper Baca’s True American Tour Friday: 7:00 p.m. Saturday: Gates open at 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Kids Rodeo (ages 3-12) • 5:30 p.m. Main Event Sunday: Jackpot Barrel Race and Team Roping 8:00 a.m. More details in the April All Around
Adults Children 6-12 Seniors 65+
Gate $10 $7 $7
Admission Presale $8 $5 $5
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Bareback $100 Saddle Bronc $100 Bulls $100 Steer Wrestling $100 Calf Roping $100 14/50 Calf Roping $75 Ladies Breakaway $100 Ladies Barrels $65 (Incentive Barrels - Enter Each Day) Team Roping with #12 Incentive x 3 $200 12 & Under Barrels $20
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Kids Rodeo (3-12) Saturday Stick Horse, Calf Scramble & Much More
Entry Information NMRA entries: Monday, April 26, RS: 505/864-9427 6-7 p.m. TE: 505/864-9426 6-10 p.m. & 505/864-9427 7-10 p.m. TR: 505/864-7200 6-10 p.m. Baca Tour entries: Monday, April 26 to Friday, April 30, 6-10 p.m. 505/287-9534 Local entries: Monday, April 26, 4-9 p.m. 575/740-8645
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NEW MEXICO HIGH SCHOOL ARIZONA HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSOCIATION RODEO ASSOCIATION Go to www.nmhighschoolrodeo.com for NMHSRA information Calendar of Events - 2010 March 20 - 21 – Farmington, NM 27 - 28 – T or C, NM April 17 - 18 – Belen, NM 24 - 25 – Clovis, NM May 1 - 2 – Gallup, NM 7 - 9 – Roswell, NM June 9 - 13 – State Finals, Clovis, NM
2010 Points (Top 15) Following the Lovington Rodeo Saddle Bronc 1. Mike Hillman, 66.5; 2. Dylan Henson, 65.5; 3. Tyke Kipp, 18; 4. Magin Montoya, 17; 5. Lon Danley, 16; 6. Cody Hendren, 8; 7. Landon Berry, 7 Bareback 1. Zach Lee, 78; 2. Tyke Kipp, 50; 3. Jesse Andrus, 44; 4. Levi Molesworth, 17; 5. Lane Sauter, 16 Bull Riding 1. Talon Henry, 43.5; 2. Lon Danley, 36; 3. Dylan Henson, 35.5; 4. Talon Easley, 33.5; 5. Matt Trent, 31.5; 6. Bradley Brittain, 29.5; 7. Jesse Andrus, 29; 8. Branden Wiggins, 27.5; 9. Gary Thorne, 22; 10. Joseph McConnell, 19; 11. Oobie Hawkes, 18; 12. Michael Mauldin, 15.5; 13. Blake Milligan, 11.5; 14. Sonny Peso, 10; 15. Vincent Koehl, 4 Steer Wrestling 1. Tyrel Virden, 69; 2. Tyler Wolfe, 51; 3. Emerson Long, 38; 4. Jesse Clark, 30; 5. Ethan Shelley, 29; 6. Tyke Kipp, 25; 7. Tyron Tsosie, 24.5; A8. Klay Rodgers, 21; 9. Jared Martinez, 20; 10. Kit Pettigrew, 16; 11. Tyler McCormick, 14.5; 12. Preston McCullar, 8 Calf Roping 1. Quinton Ellis, 43; 2. Levi Silva, 30; 3. Garrett Hendrix, 30; 4. Cody Runyan, 29; 5. Magin Montoya, 28; 6. Ethan Shelley, 27; 7. Ty Anderson, 26; 8.
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Cort Smith, 26; 9. Logan Medlin, 25; 10. Cody Mirabal, 22; 2009-2010 11. Lon Danley, 17; 12. Hadley Howe, 16; 13. Brody Season Schedule Stallard, 14; 14. Caz Copeland, 12; 15. Ramon Hancock, 11 Team Roping 1. Lance Merritt, 38; 2. Quinton Ellis, 38; 3. March 27 - 28 Tyke Kipp, 34; 4. Gabe Hernandez, 34; 5. Hadley Howe, 27; Florence, AZ 6. Cort Smith, 27; 7. Cody Mirabal , 27; 8. Logan Medlin, EC - March 10 27; 9. Ramon Hancock, 24; 10. Emerson Long, 24; 11. Cody Runyan, 23; 12. Cade Passig, 23; 13. Ethan Shelley, April 24 - 25 23; 14. Reno Eddy, 23; 15. Brittany Herring, 21 Buckeye, AZ Goat Tying 1. Samantha Martinez, 50; 2. Lindsey Adcock, 46.5; 3. Skye Valdez, 44; 4. Payton Cowdrey, 43; 5. Jordan EC - April 7 Noe, 38; 6. Nicole Sweazea, 36; 7. Shelby Montano, 32; 8. Randi Simpson, 30.5; 9. Tierra Gray, 22; 10. Leia Pluemer, May 15 -16 20.5; 11. Kolby Montano, 20; 12. TiAda Gray, 16; 13. Prescott, AZ Dakota Willcox, 10; 14. Morgan Gonzales, 9; 15. Deming EC - April 28 Mallette, 8.5 Barrels 1. Karly Johnson, 56; 2. NaLynn Cline, 54; 3. Tierra June Gray, 51; 4. Shayla Martin, 36; 5. Samantha Martinez, 35; 6. Rhodi Martin, 29; 7. TiAda Gray, 27; 8. Melissa Trujillo, State Finals 10 -12 21; 9. Leia Pluemer, 17; 10. Jackie Bobroff, 16; 11. Karlee (TBD) Alvord, 12; 12. Nicole Sweazea, 12; 13. Julie Weyrich, 9; EC - May 24 14. Brittany Barney, 8; 15. Deming Mallette, 7 Breakaway 1. Nicole Sweazea, 37; 2. Brittany Herring, 36; 3. Cutting Rescheduled to Karly Johnson, 33; 4. Samantha Martinez, 30; 5. TiAda Gray, 29; 6. Bailey Bates, 25; 7. Shelby Montano, 24; 8. Kassidy March 20 & 21 Dennison, 24; 9. Tegan Mills, 23; 10. Mackie Saavedra, 22; To be held at Arizona Horse Lovers 11. Payton Cowdrey, 22; 12. Lindsey Adcock, 18; 13. Kacy Arena following the Cave Creek Cutting Willcox, 12; 14. Brittany Barney, 11; 15. Jana Baker, 11 Poles 1. Samantha Martinez, 52; 2. Chelsi Frasure, 39; 3. Association’s show. Entries must be Tierra Gray, 34; 4. Deming Mallette, 33; 5. Leia Pluemer, postmarked by March 3, 2010. 31; 6. NaLynn Cline, 31; 7. Shelby Kirkes, 31; 8. Nicole Sweazea, 21; 9. Emily Carrillo, 18; 10. Rhodi Martin, 18; Team Roping 11. Lindsey Adcock,MARCH 16; 12. Paige Marez, 16;BUILT 13. Tiffany MONTH BY CR BY Benefit VSA IN HOUSE PROOF & CRX’D Chavez, 16; 14. Kacy Willcox, 14; 15. Julie Weyrich, 10 Silent Auction Boys Cutting 1. Josh Fish, 58; 2. Stetson Mackey, 56; 3. Saturday, March 27 Florence Rodeo Wil Watts, 48 Grounds Immediately Girls Cutting 1. Emily Carrillo, 55; 2. Samantha 1\2 Martinez, Horizontal (10 x 6.6) following the 54; 3. Skye Valdez, 51.5; 4. Kagan Massey, 29.5 AHSRA Rodeo
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ARIZONA JUNIOR RODEO ASSOCIATION March 6 - 7 – Gilbert, AZ EC – February 17 April 17 - 18 – Wilcox, AZ EC – March 31 May 22 - 23 – Prescott, AZ EC – May 5 June TBA - AJRA Finals EC – June 1
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Brent Keaveney, 16-18 Calf Roping Champion
Dustin Latta/Holly Bond, 16-18 RR Champion Other Winners 9-12 Bulls Riding Champion, Nathan Lamas 13-15 Bulls Riding Champion, Peaches Burris 9-12 Breakaway Champion, Sierra Spratt 16-18 Breakaway Champion, Megan Stock 9-12 Double Muggin Champion, Britt Parker 13-13 Calf Roping Champion, T.J. Jewel 16-18 Chute Doggin Champion, Sheldon Church 9-12 RR Champion, Heather Macenzie/Dillon Foster 13-15 RR champion, Peaches Burris/Aspen Dent 5-8 Teams Champion, Cashe Kerby 9-12 Teams Champion, Travis Jonovich 16-18 Teams Champion, Megan Stock 5-8 Barrels Champion, Dakota Keenan 9-12 Barrels Champion, Sierra Joe Keith 16-18 Barrels Champion, Cheyenne Foster 5-8 Goats Champion, J.C. Cundall 13-15 Goats Champion, Taylor Holderman 16-18 Goats Champion, Kelsy Lutjen 9-12 Poles Champion, Savanna Egge 13-15 Poles Champion, Alluy Ford 16-18 Poles Champion, Kayla Karstetter All-Around Champions 5-8 - Dakota Keenan 9-12 Boys - Travis Jonovich 9-12 Girls - Healther Mckenzie 13-15 Boys - Peaches Burris 13-15 Girls - Taylor Holderman 16-18 Boys - Dustin Latta 16-18 Girls - Megan Stock
Taylor Holderman, 13-15 Barrels Champion
Peaches Burris, 13-15 Chute Doggin Champion
J.C. Cundall, 5-8 Poles Champion
Heather Macenzie, 9-12 Goats Champion
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Winter Blast at Buckeye Equestrian Center Welcome Winter Visitors to the great weather that Arizona normally has to offer you. You might have to put a sweatshirt and raincoat on but it’s better than down coats, fleece lined Carharts and thermal underwear! On January 10 a total of 165 riders entered up to run at a pay out of $5,797.00. Low entry fees and no late fees was added incentive. The American West 4D Winter Blast was co-sanctioned with NBHA, NW5D and PacWest at the Buckeye Equestrian Center. Chuey did a great job on the ground as usual. Thanks to BEC and Chuey for helping make this race a great success. Two great sponsors for the awards that were presented to the lucky winners were Lone Star Silversmiths who provided the beautiful buckles and Pro Rider for donating the saddle. Not to forget the AW4D organization provided the plaques as one of the prizes during the “card draw” for the grand pize saddle at the end of the show! Thank you one and all! Borrowing a fun way to give out awards from our friends up in Utah, all the money winners picked a playing card for the new unopened deck and tore it in half. One half kept by that person and the other half put in a box. When all the cards had been given out, the Pee Wee riders began picking cards from the box until we got down to the last seven cards. These seven were prize winners! The American West 4D plaques were awarded to Sydney Garcia, Betsy Nunn, Crystal Poteet, Lyndee Stairs and one other winner whose name was misplaced. The buckle winner was Roseanne Strobel, The lucky saddle winner was Oklahoma’s own, Michael Torturo! Congratulations everyone! Open 5D 1D 1. Nancy Csabay, Wicked, 16.994, $549; 2. Orla Mae, Harvey Extras Honor, 17.028, $411; 3. Jackie Roeser, Ct Tracer, 17.387, $274; 4. Megan Lewis, B.J., 17.403, $137 2D 1. Sadie Cook-Ricks, Keeper Flying, 17.563, $467; 2. Sue Smith, Dasiy Dude Dash, 17.623, $351; 3. Randa Nugent, Kluta Fame, 17.627, $234; 4. Dusdee Shepperson, Famous Willard, 17.642, $11 3D 1. Lindsey Smith, Dondolena Deuce, 17.999, $386; 2. Jackie Gajeski, Possum, 18.007, $290; 3. Starr Seifried, Fireman, 18.036, $145; 4. Judy Mylymaki, Buttons, 18.036, $145 4D 1. Terry Rice, Smart Chick A Dude, 18.514, $345; 2. Sara Aderholdt, Mojo, 18.545, $259; 3. Lyndee Stairs, Dixie, 18.577, $173; 4. Sandy Lewis, Buddy, 18.603, $86 5D 1. Sadie Cook- Ricks, Break Away Special, 19.069, $284; 2. Viki Friedrich Martinis, Dasher, 19.077, $213; 3. Debbie Ball Tuff, Tia, 19.142, $142; 4. Betsy Nunn, Snugin A Rug Bug, 19.163, $71 Youth 4D 1D 1. Morgan Krause Lil”, Misty Moonshine, 17.678, $95 2D 1. Sara Aderholdt, Mojo, 18.545, $85 3D 1. Mikaela Breault, Lucky, 19.09, $72 4D 1. Tylor Coulthard , Bling, 19.872, $63
Senior 4D 1. Orla Mae, Harvey Extras Honor, 17.028, $163 3D 1. Kathy Sullivan, Biankus Iza Bidder, 18.128, $75; 2. Canolynn Vietor, Smash, 18.182, $50 4D 1. Mary Ann Muskett, Playboy, 19.414, $54; 2. Deanna (Dee) Baer, Spanky, 19.724, $36 Pee Wee 1. Maggie Raley, Blackie, 29.65, $8; 2. Cheyanne Finney, Snickers, 56.38, $7; 3. Jordan Carlson, Missy, 60.146, $5; 4. Chris McCulley, Snickers, 90.756, $3; 5. Ryland Luskin, Lizzy, 100.756, $2
6:30 p.m. sharp! Pee-Wee will follow at 6:45 p.m. followed by the Open 4D which should begin at 7 p.m. Fees will be $35 for the Open, $3 for Pee-Wee’s and Time Only’s with an $5 Arena Fee Don’t forget to bring your appetite! The restaurant at Dunn’s is open with great Mexican & American Food! For more information contact Melissa at 602-320-6016 or Virginia at 623-229-3866 The series Sponsors include: Frontier Buckles P.O. Box 3557 Wickenburg, AZ 85358 Kris Rubash 928-231-2322 2010 WPRA Barrel Racing World Standings Updated February 10, 2010
Saddle Winner-Michael Torturo
1. Brittany Pozzi, Victoria TX, $27,418; 2. Tana Poppino, Big Cabin OK, $21,512; 3. Kassie Mowry, Dublin TX, $18,626; 4. Danyelle Campbell, Beaumont CA, $17,466; 5. Jean Winters, Texline TX, $16,887; 6. Kenna Squires, Fredonia TX, $14,698; 7. Jeanne Anderson, White City KS, $11,757; 8. Sabrina Ketcham, Yeso NM, $11,278; 9. Kendra Dickson, Aubrey TX, $10,904; 10. Lacy Wilson, Artesia NM, $10,755; 11. Tammy Fischer, Ledbetter TX, $10,728; 12. Terra Bynum, Colorado City TX, $10,208; 13. Jessi Eagleberger, Stringtown OK, $9,550; 14. Angie Meadors, Blandchard OK, $9,440; 15. Janna Beam, Hallsville TX, $9,348; 16. Haley Thorne, Midlothian TX, $8,896; 17. Layna Kight, Wills Point TX, $8,363; 18. Molly Powell, Stephenville TX, $8,158; 19. Brenda Mays, Terrebonne OR, $7,864; 20. Lisa Lockhart, Oelrichs SD, $7,842; 21. Mary Burger, Pauls Valley OK, $7,798; 22. Pam Deaver, Hearne TX, $7,066; 23. Andrea Bruch, Dennis TX, $6,764; 24. Stacey Freitas, Galt CA, $6,297; 25. Caren Lamb, Ft Sumner NM, $6,258
2010 NBHA National Show Schedule March 12-14 Shamrock Showdown Super Show Jacksonville, Florida April 16-18 Mid South National Jackson, MS
Buckle Winner-Roseanne Strobel
Be sure to keep your eyes and ears open for upcoming NBHA events in Arizona. All the districts are going strong and adding new members at every race. To find out more information, please visit the NBHA Arizona website at www.nbhaaz02.com. Also, look for entry forms in barrel racing publications and on the Internet. For further information regarding this race and all the upcoming races, please contact Jan Finney at 602910-9511, email email@example.com, website, www.aw4d.com, www.nbhaaz02.com or www.theclassifiedhorse.com See ya at the next big one! JT
Dunn’s Arena Rain or Shine - We will have the race!!! Wednesday Night Spring Buckle Series This is an all new buckle series that will run through February and March at Dunn’s Arena in Litchfield Park, Arizona! Time Only’s will run from 4:30 p.m. -
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Grants Rodeo Grounds Grants, NM May 2, 2010 Norene Canada 505-287-8633
Sky Ute Event Center Ignacio, CO May 16, 2010 Bonny White 970-565-7904
Porth Ag Arena Crockett, TX September 25, 2010 Staci Wolf 903-724-9956
Sept 17-19 President’s Cup Super Show N. Augusta, South Carolina
Grants Rodeo Grounds Grants, NM May 9, 2010 Norene Canada 505-287-8633
Sky Ute Event Center Ignacio, CO July 25, 2010 Bonny White 970-565-7904
Porth Ag Arena Crockett, TX November 13, 2010 Staci Wolf 903-724-9956
October 26-30 NBHA World Championships Webcast by BarrelHorses.com and MVP Video Productions Perry, Georgia
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Hatch’s Arena Kirtland, NM August 1, 2010 Kathy Price 505-632-9790
Webcast by BarrelHorses.com and MVP Video Productions Jackson, Mississippi August 20-22 Colonial National Lexington, Virginia
AZ01 Sarah’s Park Rodeo Grounds Lake Havasu City, AZ March 13, 2010 Christyn Somers 928-716-2362 Sarah’s Park Rodeo Grounds Lake Havasu City, AZ April 24, 2010 Christyn Somers 928-716-2362
AZ02 Horseshoe Equestrian Center Queen Creek, AZ March 20, 2010 Jan Finney 602-910-9511 Horseshoe Equestrian Center Queen Creek, AZ March 21, 2010 Jan Finney 602-910-9511 Horseshoe Equestrian Center Queen Creek, AZ July 24, 2010 Jan Finney 602-910-9511
AZ04 St Johns Rodeo Grounds St Johns, AZ March 6, 2010 Janie R Henson 505-773-4741 Holbrook Rodeo Grounds Holbrook, AZ April 10, 2010 Janie R Henson 505-773-4741 Holbrook Rodeo Grounds Holbrook, AZ May 8, 2010 Janie R Henson 505-773-4741
NM01 McGee Park Farmington, NM March 28, 2010 Kathy Price 505-632-9790 Grants Rodeo Grounds Grants, NM April 11, 2010 Norene Canada 505-287-8633
Mcgee Park Farmington, NM September 12, 2010 Kathy Price 505-632-9790 Mcgee Park Farmington, NM September 26, 2010 Kathy Price 505-632-9790 Mcgee Park Farmington, NM October 10, 2010 Kathy Price 505-632-9790
NM04 Artesia Horse Council Artesia, NM April 24, 2010 Shirley Hall 575-703-4489 Artesia Horse Council Artesia, NM May 8, 2010 Shirley Hall 575-703-4489
Abilene Expo Center Abilene, TX February 28, 2010 Diane Jones 325-669-8765
Abilene Expo Center Abilene, TX March 21, 2010 Diane Jones
A.V. Sallas Park New Caney, TX March 13, 2010 Dedra Minx 832-293-3450
Abilene Expo Center Abilene, TX April 25, 2010 Diane Jones 325-669-8765
Buna Bridle Club Buna, TX March 27, 2010 Dedra Minx 832-293-3450
Abilene Expo Center Abilene, TX June 6, 2010 Diane Jones 325-669-8765 Abilene Expo Center Abilene, TX July 11, 2010 Diane Jones 325-669-8765
TX22 Bar None Cowboy Church Arena Tatum, TX March 27, 2010 Faye Atwell 903-722-1067 Rim Rock Cowboy Church Quitman, TX April 3, 2010 Kay Sheppard 903-245-7500
Artesia Horse Council Artesia, NM May 29, 2010 Shirley Hall 575-703-4489
Bar None Cowboy Church Arena Tatum, TX October 16, 2010 Faye Atwell 903-722-1067
Rancho Hidalgo Rancho Hidalgo, NM February 27, 2010 Kia Kartchner 575-535-4359
Yellow Rose Arena Leona, TX April 10, 2010 Staci Wolf 903-724-9956
Sky Ute Event Center Ignacio, CO March 21, 2010 Bonny White 970-565-7904
Yellow Rose Arena Leona, TX June 19, 2010 Staci Wolf 903-724-9956
Sky Ute Event Center Ignacio, CO April 11, 2010 Bonny White 970-565-7904
Yellow Rose Arena Leona, TX August 14, 2010 Staci Wolf 903-724-9956
TX34 Brazoria County Fairgrounds Angleton, TX March 21, 2010 Lana Harris 979-387-3988
TX35 Edinburg Sheriffs Posse Arena Edinburg, TX February 20, 2010 Trudy Welch 956-212-2323 Edinburg Sheriffs Posse Arena Edinburg, TX March 28, 2010 Trudy Welch 956-212-2323 Edinburg Sheriffs Posse Arena Edinburg, TX April 24, 2010 Trudy Welch 956-212-2323 Edinburg Sheriffs Posse Arena Edinburg, TX May 23, 2010 Trudy Welch 956-212-2323
UT03 Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Spanish Fork, UT February 27, 2010 Donnette Sumner 801-721-8224 Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Spanish Fork, UT March 27, 2010 Donnette Sumner 801-721-8224 Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Spanish Fork, UT April 18, 2010 Donnette Sumner 801-721-8224
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“dude” no less than 37 times. I found it disconcerting that the young juvenile delinquent was covered in tattoos, listened to his iPod the entire time he was giving his reasons, and his board shorts were ready to fall off at any minute. He referenced several terror movies and said the number three bull was, I believe, “kickin.” He called the scrawniest bull “phat” and his “two dangly things between his legs were rad.” He used more automotive terms than livestock ones, referring to the bulls “gearbox” several times. I think his time would be better spent on the ag mechanics team. I put the “valley girl” in third place because it pained me to look at all her body piercings. Especially the big silver globe in the middle of her tongue that bounced up and down like a basketball when she talked. I criticized her for placing the class backwards, for chewing gum throughout her reasons, for using the terms “awesome” and “glam” excessively, and for taking a call on her cell phone while she was giving reasons. The number 2 bull was her fave because “he looked like he had big steaks, a fluffy tail, and soft leather.” She also observed that the bull kicked really good but placed him down when he went to the bathroom right in front of her. G-R-O-S-S! Finally, I rolled the arrogant kid with the expensive sunglasses on top of his head to the bottom because he tried to text the goth girl to get her reasons. He acted like he knew more than I did, which was quite possible, but I did not appreciate it when he tried to bribe me for a better score. Come on dude, just 20 bucks? Surely I’m worth more than that! I predict this kid has an awesome future as a lobbyist or a politician, but as a livestock judge? No way, bro. www.LeePittsbooks.com
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by Glenda Price March 2010 Dannie Cole Springfield, Oregon Dear Phillip, I was at a roping this weekend. I roped the steer, and before I could pull my slack, the steer tripped and fell. My rope was not tight; my heeler had backed off to make the corner. We did not foul the steer or cause the steer to fall in any way. When the steer came back up, I dallied and turned off, my heeler than caught two feet. My question is, had I not turned the steer off, would, or should we have received the option for another steer? Thanks for your opinion. Dannie: No, you would not have received another run. This is the luck of the draw. The flagger or the team has no control over a steer that stumbles on their own. Maybe the ground had gotten deeper and the position you were in the go round or the rotation, may have contributed to the steer stumbling at that precise time. The main thing to remember is, “Never give up!” Always finish your run. Do not assume that because you pull up you will be granted a rerun. If you pull up before the run is over the flagger may believe you have stopped competing and can flag you out. Again Dannie; Always finish the run. Hope this answers your question.
I Believe: “One Nation under God” Philip Murrah Pauls Valley, Oklahoma Thanks for the question Dannie. Wrangler will be sending you a certificate for a new pair of Jeans. The opinions expressed are those of Philip Murrah, and not necessarily standardized by any organization. If you have a question for “Ask the Flagger” E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Or Ask the Flagger 225 N. Trescott Ave. Battle Mountain, Nevada 89820
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A Simple Invention an you guess what simple invention is considered one of the basic pieces of equipment involved in creating and spreading modern civilization? I couldn’t. It involves the horse…of course… and the saddle. Like most country kids, I learned to ride bareback. I still believe that’s how novice riders should begin because they learn to “feel” the horse and understand how he moves. However, when the time comes to get some work done we put a saddle on the horse. I never paid much attention to that, until I learned about the specific parts of the saddle that made all the difference. It’s the stirrups. Think about it. Without stirrups, riders – even excellent horsemen — are fairly easily unseated, so before stirrups were added to the saddles, warriors rode their horses to the battle, then either were unseated or jumped off and fought on foot. A rider, standing in his stirrups, could deliver a blow with his lance or other weapon using the full power of himself and his horse. With stirrups the rider could even wield a two-handed weapon (broadsword) or a lance with less fear of falling off his horse. The first saddles were made in Asia, of wooden frames covered with felt, and they didn’t have stirrups. The Chinese figured out stirrups were a good deal, and they showed up on saddles across China by 477 AD. Apparently, the first stirrup was a single one, used to help the rider mount
up. The first documented representation of a rider with two paired stirrups is in a tomb dating from about 322 AD. Stirrups were adopted by horsemen of the Eurasian Steppes, and they reached Scandinavia early, but it wasn’t until the Middle Ages they showed up in Europe. Lynn White Jr., in Medieval Technology and Social Change (1966) wrote, “Few inventions have been so simple as the stirrup, but few have had so catalytic an influence on history.” White noted that we think of inventions as servants that solve problems we define. He added, “We are much less comfortable with the unintended consequences,” referring to redefinition of European society with the landed gentry – horseback with stirrups on their saddles – dominating. How many times have we tried out a simple new tool and thought, “Why didn’t I think of that?” So I’ve been thinking and checking out all the tools around my place, wondering if I could maybe invent something to make them more useful. I’m wondering if it would be possible to invent a contraption that would grab a hammer and guide it away from my thumb if my aim is bad (which it always is). How about a bridle that automatically adjusts itself to fit whatever horse you put it on? Or, speaking of stirrups, some that automatically adjust to the rider – even a little kid? I’ll let you know if I come up with anything, but so far nothing I’ve thought up can change the world – darn it.
For Sale – Team roping horse. Head or heel, 13 year old gelding, 14.3 hands, 1,100 lbs. Good for beginner to #5, solid type horse. Sound and gentle, $5,500 – Call 1-575-838-0038
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Fresh – Ready to rope, calves and steers for sale all winter long! Call Kim at 480/206-1500
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Bianco Corriente Cattle - Fresh roping steers and heifers for sale. Call Vince Bianco for pricing, 602-617-4935 For Sale – Corriente Cattle - Shepley Ranch LLC has the best to rope or wrestle. Call Evan Tripp today for pricing at 520/251-0530 HORSES Get mounted at prorodeohorses.com - The #1 website for professional rodeo horses. Thanks to YOU, ProRodeoHorses.com is celebrating our 10th year online serving the rodeo industry! Pony for Sale. 9-year-old bay gelding, 12H, 600 lbs., long mane and tail. Very gentle heel horse, breakaway, and is started on barrels and poles. Belen, New Mexico 505/239-7617
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Horse property – Belen, NM on 1 1/2 acres, 5 minutes from I-25, 5 minutes from Wal-Mart. Property includes 3-bed, 2-bath home with attached carport and big screened in porch. Property has its own well, is all fenced with big shop and lots of storage. Also includes chicken house, trees and a grass yard. Possible owner finance with down payment. 505-861-0606 KM Grooming & Saddles Support my 4-H Endeavors, Call Karina McCarty at 505.877.1275 or email me at email@example.com
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BR Bull Riding BRLS Barrels BKWY Breakaway CR Calf Roping HS Horse Sale
PRAC Practice ROD Rodeo RS Rough Stock SE Special Event SCH School
TE Timed Event TP Team Penning TR Team Roping
Arizona Ranch Remuda Sale
NMSU Match Bronc Riding & Calf Roping
March 5-6, 2010 Prescott Livestock Auction, Chino Valley, AZ Kathy McCraine email@example.com
March 26, 2010 Southern NM State Fairgrounds, Las Cruces, NM Jim Dewey Brown 575-646-3659 See Advertisement on page 43
HS C-T Rodeo Every Saturday Night C-T Rodeo Arena, Lubbock, TX Charlie Thompson 806-794-2317
Ty Murry Invitational
March 5-6, 2010 Needles Fairgrounds, Needles, CA Shelly Howell 623-249-9506 See Advertisement on page 39
March 26-28, 2010 UNM Pit, Albuquerque, NM Curt Hanlen 505-342-3505 See Advertisement on page 34-35
ROD Baca Series February 6 through March 7, 2010 Valencia County Sheriff’s Posse, Belen, NM Casper Baca 505-287-9534
March 2010 Valencia County Horsemans Arena, Belen, NM Randy Lewis 970-201-2298 See Advertisement on page 23
Tolani Lake Classic
New Mexico High School Rodeo
March 5-7, 2010 Rafter W Arena, Tolani Lake, AZ Kyle Huskey 480-375-1910
March 27-28, 2010 T or C, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
RS Randy Lewis Enterprises
Arizona Junior Rodeo Association
March 6-7, 2010 Gilbert Arena, Gilbert, AZ Jodi Ivy 520-568-7457 See Advertisement on page 49
March 27-28, 2010 Florence Arena, Florence, AZ 520-205-0062 See Advertisement on page 48
Wild and Extreme Bull Riding
Flying M Roughstock Practice
March 12-13, 2010 Horse Shoe Park Equestrian Center, Queen Creek, AZ Robin Mayberry 480-747-7447 See Advertisement on page 41
March 2010 Flying M, Queen Creek, AZ Robin Mayberry 480-747-7447 See Advertisement on page 41
BR Dynamite Arena March through April 2010 Dynamite, Cavecreek, AZ Levi Schofield 970-471-2707 See Advertisement on page 60
Quest of the West Horse Sale
Cross Roads Ranch & Rodeo Co.
March 12-13, 2010 Spanish Fork Fairgrounds, Spanish Fork, UT Brock Truman 435-820-4084
April & May 2010 Sandoval County Sheriff Posse, Bernalillo, NM Mark Sanchez 970-739-3851 See Advertisement on page 46
TR R.C. Mercer Livestock & Rodeo March through May 2010 Rawhide, Phoenix, AZ Richard & Sherri Mercer 602-237-3000 See Advertisement on page 41
Way Out West Spring Series
Southwest Barrel Racers
NMRA April 2-3, 2010 Ignacio Fairgrounds, Ignacio, CO Janice Aragon 505-864-9428 See Advertisement on page 37
Cibola County Rodeo Series
New Mexico Championships
March 18, 2010 Rio Grand Livestock Auction, El Paso, TX Leslie Rios 915-858-0590 See Advertisement on page 52
April 2-4, 2010 Expo New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM USTRC 254-968-0002 See Advertisement on page 13
National Barrel Horse Association
Desert Foothills Community Association
March 19 & 21, 2010 Southern NM State Fairgrounds, Las Cruces, NM Troy Shelley 575-535-2399 See Advertisement on page 26
April 7-11, 2010 Cave Creek Memorial Arena, Cave Creek, AZ Traci Casale 480-206-4444
March through September 2010 Various Locations Jan Finney 602-910-9511 See Advertisement on page 50-51
Rio Grand Classic
March through June 2010 Grants Rodeo Arena, Grants, NM Melissa McDougale 505-287-2662 See Advertisement on page 42
March 12-14, 2010 McGee Park, Farmington, NM Kathy Price 505-632-9790
March through June, 2010 Way Out West, Hillsboro, NM Pat Jones 575-895-5386 See Advertisement on page 23
New Mexico High School Rodeo
Show Me The Corrientes
March 20-21, 2010 McGee Park, Farmington, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
April 9-10, 2010 South Jordan Arena, South Jordan, UT Zane Dansie 801-599-1238 See Advertisement on page 27
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Ty Waybourn Memorial Rodeo
Cochise QH Breeders Invitational Sale
April 9-10, 2010 McGee Park, Farmington, NM Don Waybourn 505-334-8911 See Advertisement on page 44
April 24-25, 2010 Buckeye Arena, Buckeye, AZ 520-205-0062 See Advertisement on page 48
May 15, 2010 Quail Park Arena, Willcox, AZ Tom Lewis 520-507-0699 See Advertisement on page 48
4 Corners Big Bucks Championships
New Mexico High School Rodeo
April 9-10, 2010 McGee Park Arena, Farmington, NM Zane Dansie 801-599-1238 See Advertisement on page 27
April 24-25, 2010 Clovis Fairgrounds, Clovis, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
May 15-16, 2010 Prescott Arena, Prescott, AZ 520-205-0062 See Advertisement on page 48
True American Tour
T or C Fiesta Rodeo
Don Waters Invitational
April 13-14, 2010 Southwest Event Center, Los Lunas, NM Casper Baca 505-287-9534 See Advertisement on page 33
April 30 & May 1, 2010 Sierra County Sheriff’s Posse Arena, T or C, NM Dave Watson 575-740-8645 See Advertisement on page 47
May 21-23, 2010 Churchill County Fairgrounds, Fallon, NV Don Waters 775-427-2501 See Advertisement on page 28
New Mexico Junior Rodeo Asociation
April 17-18, 2010 Southwest Event Center, Los Lunas, NM Janice Aragon 505-864-9428 See Advertisement on page 37
May 22 & 23, 2010 Bosque Farms Rodeo Arena, Bosque Farms, NM Lisa Wade 505-363-8198 See Advertisement on page 40
New Mexico High School Rodeo
New Mexico High School Rodeo
April 17-18, 2010 Valencia County Sheriff’s Posse, Belen, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
May 1-2, 2010 Red Rock State Park, GAllup, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
Arizona Junior Rodeo Association
New Mexico High School Rodeo
April 17-18, 2010 Wilcox Arena, Wilcox, AZ Jodi Ivy 520-568-7457 See Advertisement on page 49
May 7-9, 2010 Roswell Fairgrounds, Roswell, NM Myra Skinner 575-760-8169 See Advertisement on page 48
Black Mountain Feed Tops Ranch Rodeo Team Earns $2,500 And Bragging Rights
en teams of real ranch cowboys pooled their skills Jan. 30 in front of nearly 1,000 fun-loving fans at the Wickenburg Ranch Rodeo. Experienced hands from Black Mountain Feed took the overall bragging rights home to Cave Creek, Ariz., after compiling more points throughout four individual events than any other. But honors were spread around in the cowboys’ different specialties. Matt Sheiw made a spectacular 85-point showing in the Wild Horse Ride for the Spear X Ranch and helped his team sweep the Wild Cow Milking, too. The team penning was won by the M Diamond Ranch in less than one minute, while the Gillum Ranch won the double-tough double mugging in just 35.28 seconds.
Overall winners 1. Black Mountain Feed, 30 points, $2,500; 2. B Spear Ranch, 27.5, $2,000; 3. Gillum Ranch, 27, $1,200; 4/5. M Diamond and Spear X , 25 points each; $400 each. Wild Horse Ride 1. Matt Sheiw, Spear X Ranch, 85 points; 2. Pat Tindall, Black Mountain Feed; 3. Ryan Manifee, Four Z Ranch. Double Mugging 1. Gillum Ranch, 35.28 seconds; 2. Black Mountain Feed, 40.41; 3. Four Z Ranch, 43.53. Team Penning 1. M Diamond Ranch, 53.19 seconds; 2. B Spear Ranch, 111.94; 3. Gillum Ranch, 113.94. Wild Cow Milking 1. Spear X, 31.50 seconds; 2. Comancheros, 34.97; 3. M Diamond Ranch, 37.28.
Pat Tindall flashes a victory sign to his teammates from Black Mountain Feed during the Wild Horse Ride at the Wickenburg Ranch Rodeo.
R.C. Mercer Livestock
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AZ Family Horse
Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Clint Mortenson A to Z Equipment
Silver & Saddles . . . . . . . . . . 19
Rentals & Sales . . . . . . . . . . 14 Ty Murray Action Plus Photography. . . . . . 21
TR - Marana, AZ, 520/241-2241
RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
ROD - Apache Junction, AZ, 39
Invitational . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35
Arizona Dept. of Agriculture . . . 24 Arizona Ranch Real Estate . . . . 54 N Nakai Rodeo Photos. . . . . . . . . 19 B
New Mexico State
Bishop Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . . 53
University Rodeo . . . . . . . . . 43
Brushy Creek Ranch. . . . . . . . . 18 O C
Old Mill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Cactus Ropes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Outwest Builders . . . . . . . . . . . 17
RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
Casper Baca Rodeo Co. . . . . . . 33 Cibola County Rodeo . . . . . . . . 42 Classic Ropes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Cochise Quarter Horse Breeders Invitational Sale . . . 48 Corriente Saddle Company . . . . . 6 Cross Roads Ranch & Rodeo. . . 46
P Patagonia Steel LP. . . . . . . . . . 20 Kirk Purvis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 R Red Bluff Buckles. . . . . . . . . . . 14 Rio Grand Classic. . . . . . . . . . . 52
D Dollar Center
Ropers Sports News . . . . . . . . . 52
Trading & Pawn. . . . . . . . . . . 23 Running P Ropes . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Dynamite Arena. . . . . . . . . . . . 60
RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60 SCHL - Makawao, HI, 808/870-5554
SCHL - Makawao, HI, 808/870-5554
S Shelley Productions . . . . . . . . . 26
Equine Massage. . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Slash M Rodeo . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Smith’s Rodeo Photos . . . . . . . 54 F Paul Springer Flying M Roughstock Practice . . 41
April Issue Ad / Text Deadline
Freedom RV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 T
Faith Foto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Digital Photography . . . . . . . 31
T. or C. Fiesta Rodeo . . . . . . . . 47 G
RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
HS - El Paso, TX, 52
Town & Country Feed . . . . . . . . 31
Tim Gonzales Roping Lessons
Trucks West of NM . . . . . . . . . . 45
& Horse Training . . . . . . . . . . 32 H Heel-O-Matic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
U USTRC - NM Championships . . 13
Hubbard Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . 22 W I
Donnie Waters Invitational . . . . 28
Imperial Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . . 7 Way Out West Arena. . . . . . . . . 23 Ty Waybourn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 L
RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
Wickenburg Chamber Of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Randy Lewis Enterprises. . . . . . 23
Long Saddlery . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Wild and Extreme Bull Riding. . 41 M
Maynard Buckles . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ZD Roping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Mailing Date for April Issue 29
31 RS PRAC - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
EVENT CALENDAR KEY: BR=Bull Riding; BRLS=Barrel Racing; BKWY=Breakaway; CR=Calf Roping; HS=Horse Sale; PRAC=Practice; ROD=Rodeo; RS=Rough Stock; SE=Special Event; SCH=School; TE=Timed Event; TP=Team Penning; TR=Team Roping. The number following the entry references the page number of advertising when applicable.
262 Show Low, AZ, C1
ROD - Apache Junction, AZ, 39
ROD - Apache Junction, AZ, 39 BRLS - Spanish Fork, UT, 51 TR - Belen, NM, 719/482-8550 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 480/502-5600
ROD - Apache Junction, AZ, 39 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
ROD - Needles, CA, 39 TR - Tolani Lake, AZ, 928/707-1049 HS - Prescott, AZ, 520/558-2303
TR - Hillsboro, NM, 23 ROD - Needles, CA, 39 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 41 ROD - Gilbert, AZ, 49 BRLS - St. Johns, AZ, 51 TR - Tolani Lake, AZ, 928/707-1049 HS - Prescott, AZ, 520/558-2303
ROD - Gilbert, AZ, 49 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60 TR - Tolani Lake, AZ, 928/707-1049
RS - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 BRLS - Jacksonville, FL, 50 USTRC TR - Fort Mohave, AZ, 254/968-0002 SCHL - Makawao, HI, 808/870-5554 HS - Spanish Fork, UT, 435/820-4084
TR - Belen, NM, 23 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 41 RS - Queen Creek, AZ, 41 BRLS - Lake Havasu City, AZ, 51 BRLS - Jacksonville, FL, 50 BRLS - New Caney, TX, 51 USTRC TR - Fort Mohave, AZ, 254/968-0002 HS - Spanish Fork, UT, 435/820-4084
BRLS - Jacksonville, FL, 50 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60 USTRC TR - Fort Mohave, AZ, 254/968-0002
TR - Las Cruces, NM, 26
TR - Belen, NM, 23 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 41 ROD - Grants, NM, 42 ROD - Farmington, NM, 48 BRLS - Queen Creek, AZ, 51
TR - Belen, NM, 23 TR - Las Cruces, NM, 26 ROD - Farmington, NM, 48 BRLS - Queen Creek, AZ, 51 BRLS - Ignacio, CO, 51 BRLS - Abiline, TX, 51 BRLS - Angleton, TX, 51 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
BR - Albuquerque, NM, 34-35 ROD - Las Cruces, NM, 43 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
TR - Belen, NM, 23 BR - Albuquerque, NM, 34-35 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 41 ROD - Florence, AZ, 48 ROD - T or C, NM, 48 BRLS - Tatum, TX, 51 BRLS - Buna, TX, 51 BRLS - Spanish Fork, UT, 51
BR - Albuquerque, NM, 34-35 ROD - Florence, AZ, 48 ROD - T or C, NM, 48 BRLS - Farmington, NM, 51 BRLS - Abiline, TX, 51 BRLS - Edinburg, TX, 51 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
USTRC TR - Albuquerque, NM, 33 ROD - Ignacio, CO, 36
USTRC TR - Albuquerque, NM, 33 TR - Hillsboro, NM, 23 ROD - Ignacio, CO, 36 BR - Phoenix, AZ, 41 BRLS - Quitman, TX, 51
USTRC TR - Albuquerque, NM, 33 ROD - Ignacio, CO, 36 TR - Cave Creek, AZ, 60
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