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he dust is about settled from the USTRC’s, National Finals of Team Roping, and I don’t imagine they could feel much better about it. In the lead-up to the event, the USTRC was hanging its hat on the “five million” mark for cash and prizes, but after it all shook out, that number was closer to six million. Including the million in cash that the USTRC added to the 9-day event, nearly five and a half million was paid out to team ropers, and I’m guessing from the looks of the prize line and what has been awarded in the past, about another half million or so in prizes were awarded. Now I can’t imagine the USTRC would have been touting a number, lower than what they really anticipated, so the only conclusion that I can draw is that entries into the event must have been 20% or more than their projections. Now, any roping producer will tell you that an event which draws 20% more entries than anticipated is a smashing success, but it has to be even more the case for an event like the NFTR when entries are already measured in the thousands. Of course that’s great news for everyone entered, as it directly results in higher payouts,
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the only question is whether or not the event can be produced at the same level of quality with all the added teams. I say this as I recall a similar situation about ten years ago at the NFTR that turned disastrous. The production staff was overwhelmed, the cattle were overwhelmed and the facility was most certainly overwhelmed. By the time it was all said and done, some ropers announced they’d never be back to another NFTR, most of the USTRC staff suffered some form of PTSD, and the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds was fast-tracked to a complete transformation. Well, apparently history would not be repeated. The truth is, I doubt most ropers even knew it at all. For many, this might be the first you’ve heard of it. I mean it’s hard to not notice that extra half-million in cash that was paid out, but to be at the event and make your way around the facility to compete… you’d never know it. In fact, after talking to both ropers and veteran USTRC staffers, to a man, they all were in agreement that this was most likely the most efficient, stress-free, NFTR ever. Oh…and the facility? As one who was at continued on page 31
Cover: Bob Herrington and Jay Johnson, #10 Gold Plus Shoot-Out Champions at the
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DECEMBER 2013 Volume 19, Number 12
2013 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping
Priefert US Open winners AaronTsinigine and Clay Oâ€™Brien Cooper
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eam roping is a passion for some and an obsession for others. One cannot describe the feeling you get when you back into the box to compete for hundreds of thousands of dollars. There is an intensity that boils deep within your guts and an adrenaline rush that overwhelms your whole body and soul. The Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping (NFTR) is the ultimate team roping experience for not only the team roping competitor but for any team roping enthusiast. This year the Cinch NFTR took place in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the state fairgrounds October 26 November 3, 2013. For nine straight days it was the Mecca of team roping. Almost 4,000 individual team ropers from fortythree states and seven different countries made the trip to OKC along with their family and friends. The City welcomed more than ten thousand people to town for the duration of the event. More than seventy-nine hundred teams competed for $5,054,800 in cash and an additional $700,000 in prizes. Team ropers made over 16,500 cattle runs and cashed over 1175 team roping checks. The high money winners of the event earned loads of cash and prizes. Twentyeight-year-old team roper Jace Baker from Mt. Pleasant, Texas earned the most money this year. He took home $79,750 for placing fifth in the Average of the #11 Shoot-Out with partner Tyson
Thompson and first in the #9 Shoot-Out with David Perry. Heath Sanders, 41, from Leachville, Arkansas was a close second as he earned $72,750. Sanders won a fast time in the Gold Plus Shoot-Out with partner Taylor Morgan. He and Nick Gonzales III won the Average and Incentive Average of the #11 Preliminary. Sanders and Morgan came back and won the average of the #10 Shoot-Out. In addition to Baker and Sanders, David Perry earned $64,350, Taylor Morgan won $61,200 and Cliff Wheeler took home $60,750. Needless to say, a lot of team ropers left OKC with big money and with some awesome prizes. The event was certainly an affair that ropers will not soon forget. Enjoy the stories and the highlights in the pages to follow as you meet the winners of the 2013 Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping. Let it be your inspiration and motivation to make plans to attend the event next year. Whether you rope a little or a lot team roping is a life changing experience and one that you will treasure. Share the dream and the promise of all Team Roping is. Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping Open Preliminary Average 1. Luke Brown (Morgan Mill, TX) / Jake Long (Morgan Mill, TX), 32.91, $22,200; 2. Speed Williams (De Leon, TX) / Shay Carroll (La Junta, CO), 35.38, $14,800; 3. Brock Hanson (Casa Grande, AZ) / Cesar DeLaCruz (Tucson, AZ), 37.05, $11,400; 4. Coleman Proctor (Pryor, OK) / Jake Long (Morgan
Mill, TX), 37.44, $8,100; 5. Tate Kirchenschlager (Yuma, CO) / Dakota Kirchenschlager (Morgan Mill, TX), 37.51, $6,100; 6. Lane Ivy (Llano, TX) / Tyler Magnus (Mason, TX), 37.54, $4,700; 7. Robert Boyd (Midland, TX) / Casey Chamberlain (Stephenville, TX), 38.11, $0; 8. Clay Tryan (Lipan, TX) / Patrick Smith (Lipan, TX), 40.14, $0; 9. Clay Tryan (Lipan, TX) / Jade Corkill (Stephenville, TX), 40.52, $0; 10. Luke Brown (Morgan Mill, TX) / Kollin VonAhn (Blanchard, OK), 41.97, $0 #15 Preliminary Average 1. Dakota Kirchenschlager (Morgan Mill, TX) / Blaine Vick (Dublin, TX), 28.64, $20,000; 2. Kolton Schmidt (Calera, OK) / Tavis Walters (Elmore City, OK), 29.29, $12,300; 3. Jd Bacon (Farmersville, TX) / Heath Osborne (McAlester, OK), 29.62, $8,400; 4. Cole Wheeler (Flint, TX) / Douglas Rich (Herrick, IL), 29.97, $7,100; 5. Clay Sieber (Arp, TX) / Wesley Thorp (Throckmorton, TX), 30.13, $5,800; 6. Jacob Locke (Ponce De Leon, FL) / Cody Murphy (Greenville, AL), 30.69, $5,100; 7. Zachary Tait Small (Afton, OK) / Billie Jack Saebens (Nowata, OK), 30.91, $3,800; 8. Kesley Phillips (Chinle, AZ) / Ty Romo (Whiteriver, AZ), 31.47, $2,500; 9. Rand Cory (Hico, TX) / Ethan Cory (Hico, TX), 32.78, $1,200; 10. Ty Murphy (Dublin, TX) / Randal Eggemeyer (Dublin, TX), 33.05, $1,200 #15 Shoot-Out Average 1. Cole Wheeler (Flint, TX) / Douglas Rich (Herrick, IL), 37.65, $88,600; 2. Brody Bellett (Silbee, TX) / Tyler Sieber (Whitehouse, TX), 38, $49,100; 3. Zachary Tait Small (Afton, OK) / Casey Stipes (Salina, OK), 39.27, $39,300; 4. Mackey Tully (Gentry, AR) / Billie Jack Saebens (Nowata, OK), 39.36, $29,500; 5. Tyler Waters (Collinsville, TX) / Kevin Stewart (Glen Rose, TX), 39.74, $26,200; 6. Tyler Whitlow (Queen Creek, AZ) / Travis Whitlow (Queen Creek, AZ), 40.03, $22,900; 7. Cody Wheeler (Broken Bow, OK) / Clay Smith (Broken Bow, OK), 40.15, $19,600; 8. Rand Cory (Hico, TX) / Ethan Cory (Hico, TX), 40.46, $16,400; 9. Justin Reininger (Seguin, TX) / Corey Hendrick (Huntsville, TX), 40.77, $13,100; 10. C J Schicke (Independence, KS) / Jake Long (Morgan Mill, TX), 41.09, $13,100 #13 Preliminary Average 1. Wesley Thorp (Throckmorton, TX) / Cody McCluskey (Stephenville, TX), 29.76, $21,700; 2. Tyler McGuffee (Bossier City, LA) / Cody Hogan (Pelican, LA), 30.66, $13,700; 3. Justice Ray Cathey (Athens, TX) / Dakota Shipp (Lincoln, TX), 31.22, $9,400; 4. Lighting Aguilera (Athens, TX) / Ross Ashford (Lott, TX), 31.59, $8,000; 5. Tucker Dale (Timber Lake, SD) / Levi Lord (Sturgis, SD), 31.92, $6,500; 6. Matt Mardis (Mangum, OK) / Garrison Nippert (Pawhuska, OK), 32.03, $5,800; 7. Brad Robertson (Florien, LA) / Chad Robertson (Florien, LA), 32.16, $4,300; 8. Sam Livingston (El Paso, TX) / Corban Livingston (El Paso, TX), 32.19, $2,900; 9. Joe Peavler (Henryetta, OK) / E J Thomas (Keota, OK), 32.2, $1,200; 10. Dillon S Shults (Kingsbury, TX) / Todd Jaggers (Mount Vernon, TX), 33.86, $1,200 Priefert US Open Average 1. Aaron Tsinigine (Tuba City, AZ) / Clay Cooper
#12 Gold Plus winners Kirk Kooiker and Darren Lammers
(Gardnerville, NV), 32.16, $100,320; 2. Kaleb Driggers (Albany, GA) / Travis Graves (Morgan Mill, TX), 32.91, $66,880; 3. Nick Sartain (Yukon, OK) / Rich Skelton (Llano, TX), 34.31, $51,680; 4. Chad Masters (Cedar Hill, TN) / Kory Koontz (Sudan, TX), 34.47, $36,480; 5. Coleman Proctor (Pryor, OK) / Jake Long (Morgan Mill, TX), 34.54, $27,360; 6. Charly Crawford (Lipan, TX) / Ryan Motes (Weatherford, TX), 34.87, $21,280; 7. Derrick Begay
(Winslow, AZ) / Cesar DeLaCruz (Tucson, AZ), 36.21, $0; 8. Clay Tryan (Lipan, TX) / Jade Corkill (Stephenville, TX), 36.65, $0; 9. Shane Philipp (Washington, TX) / John Philipp (Washington, TX), 37.45, $0; 10. Joshua Torres (Bell City, LA) / Jonathan Torres (Bell City, LA), 40.01, $0 #13 Shoot-Out Average 1. Sam Livingston (El Paso, TX) / Calvin Taylor (Canutillo, TX), 39.62, $97,100; 2. Nick Lauer (Buffalo, OK) / Buster Record (Laverne, OK), 40.55, $54,500; 3. Cory Smothers (Santo, TX) / Andrew Hill (Corsicana, TX), 40.62, $43,600; 4. Zachary Tait Small (Afton, OK) / Blair Tyler Small (Afton, OK), 41.14, $32,700; 5. Cliff Wheeler (Boerne, TX) / Stephen Stransky (Boerne, TX), 41.44, $29,000; 6. Danny Miller (Lawson, MO) / Ross Turner (Idabel, OK), 41.47, $25,400; 7. Austin Robertson (Weatherford, TX) / Ross Addison (Lipan, TX), 41.71, $21,800; 8. Clayton Williams (Amarillo, TX) / Ike Hanes (Mclean, TX), 42, $18,200; 9. Joe Teague
(Webster City, IA) / Garrison Dixon (Winslow, AZ), 42.22, $14,500; 10. Riley Smith (Earth, TX) / Bubba Garcia (Portales, NM), 42.7, $14,500 #12 Preliminary Average 1. Zackary Thrift (Waycross, GA) / Chad Baker (Whitesboro, TX), 32.21, $18,500; 2. Jake Ratliff (Faxon, OK) / Jason Bagwell (Duncan, OK), 32.31, $11,500; 3. Cliff Wheeler (Boerne, TX) / Tommy Guy (Abilene, TX), 33.08, $9,200; 4. Tyler Thompson (Munday, TX) / Tyson Thompson (Munday, TX), 33.16, $7,700; 5. T J Coleman (Shuqualak, MS) / Keith Coleman (Morgan Hill, CA), 33.51, $6,900; 6. James Selchert (New Underwood, SD) / Michael Mcpherson (Box Elder, SD), 33.59, $6,200; 7. Andrew Sharp (Melbourne, AR) / Morgan Jones (Leighton, AL), 33.69, $5,400; 8. Brandy Tipton (Big Sandy, TX) / Clay Sieber (Arp, TX), 33.72, $4,600; 9. Tony Small (Afton, OK) / Zachary Tait Small (Afton, OK), 33.91, $3,800; 10. Cati Stanko (Gordon, NE) / Lane Reeves (Wann, OK), 34.19, $3,100 #12 Shoot-Out Average 1. Tyler Milligan (Pawhuska, OK) / Jake Cooper Clay (Sapulpa, OK), 30.72, $108,300; 2. Cyle Denison (Iowa, LA) / Jose Zambrano (Tucson, AZ), 32.11, $61,400; 3. Cliff Wheeler (Boerne, TX) / Danny Zuniga (Jourdanton, TX), 32.21, $49,100; 4. Rick Montera (Greeley, CO) / Jimmi Jo Montera (Greeley, CO), 32.24, $36,900; 5. Tucker Menz (Boerne, TX) / Colton Lee (Santa Anna, TX), 32.51, $32,800; 6. Cati Stanko (Gordon, NE) / Lane Reeves (Wann, OK), 33.05, $28,600; 7. Mason Boettcher (East Bernard, TX) / Ross Ashford (Lott, TX), 33.34, $24,600; 8. Monty Hurlburt (Arcadia, NE) / Mark Wray (Ord, NE), 33.37, $20,500; 9. Justin Platt (Enterprise, UT) / Ramzi Hughes (Newcastle, UT), 33.49, $16,400; 10. Max Vincent (Dover, OK) / Buster Record (Laverne, OK), 33.66, $16,400 #12 Gold Plus Shoot-Out Average 1. Kirk Kooiker (Adrian, MN) / Darren Lammers
#11 Shoot-Out winners Lynn Jarrell and E.J Thomas
(Chancellor, SD), 31.32, $58,400; 2. Max Vincent (Dover, OK) / Kent Thiessen (Elk City, OK), 31.77, $36,500; 3. Cliff Wheeler (Boerne, TX) / Tommy Guy (Abilene, TX), 31.99, $29,200; 4. Andrew Sharp (Melbourne, AR) / Doyle Scrivner (Harrison, AR), 33.31, $24,300; 5. Monty Hurlburt (Arcadia, NE) / Mark Wray (Ord, NE), 34.01, $21,900; 6. Walter Mainka (Foster, OK) / Will Allen (Purcell, OK), 34.17, $19,500; 7. Katy Reynolds (Tribune, KS) / Tyrell Reynolds (Tribune, KS), 35.11, $17,000; 8. Kent Latta (Gage, OK) / Buster Record (Laverne, OK), 35.31, $14,600; 9. Kent Youngblood (Lamesa, TX) / John Klam (Cranfills Gap, TX), 35.71, $12,200; 10. Brian Kennedy (Jonesville, LA) / Herbert Theriot (Poplarville, MS), 35.73, $9,800 Century Average 1. Janet Mickelson (Flagstaff, AZ) / Jim Williams (Kingman, AZ), 34.02, $24,100; 2. Bob Herrington (San Mateo, FL) / Bronc Fanning (East Bend, NC), 35.17, $15,000; 3. Jack Wilhite (Ropesville, TX) / Tracy Spencer (Littlefield, TX), 37.96, $12,000; 4. Robert Berndsen (Marlow, OK) / Jerry Skaggs (Apache, OK), 39.24, $10,000; 5. Gaylon Robinson (Cimarron, KS) / Leon Winfrey (Plains, KS), 39.3, $9,000; 6. Donnie Schneider (Ingalls, KS) / Richard Lightcap (Las Animas, CO), 39.43, $8,000; 7. Zanga Schutte (Kamuela, HI) / Jerry Stutts (Kailua Kona, HI), 39.67, $7,000; 8. Gary Howard (Sallisaw, OK) / D C Keith (Sallisaw, OK), 41.61, $6,000; 9. Wayne Bartee (New Waverly, TX) / Mike Hunter (Huntsville, TX), 41.92, $5,000; 10. Brent Smith (Ada, OK) / Ricky Armstrong (El Reno, OK), 42.14, $4,000 #12 US Invitational Average 1. Junior Hernandez (Lovington, NM) / Jeff Medlin (Tatum, NM), 36.05, $48,500; 2. Mike Grant (Wheatland, WY) / Arron Mordahl (Carpenter, WY), 40.18, $31,000; 3. Chris Cox (Mineral Wells, TX) / Brennan Harmon (Church Point, LA), 41.81, $21,000; 4. Max Vincent (Dover, OK) / Kent Thiessen (Elk City, OK), 41.88, $17,800; 5. Bob Herrington (San Mateo, FL) / Scott Seiler (Ocala, FL), 42.86, $14,500; 6. Jeff Davis (La Plata, NM) / Joaquin Huntington (Hesperus, CO), 44.12, $13,000; 7. Tony Holden (Gillette, WY) / Todd Holden (Gillette, WY), 44.55, $9,800; 8. Greg J Williams (Morrilton, AR) / Eddie Cole (Branch, AR), 48.25, $6,400; 9. Rudy Gutierrez (Victoria, TX) / Louie Molina (Hebbronville, TX), 55.66, $0; 10. A.L. Summerlin (Shawnee, KS) / Antonio Savedra (Shawnee, KS), 55.95, $0 #10 Gold Plus Shoot-Out Average 1. Bob Herrington (San Mateo, FL) / Jay Johnson (Live Oak, FL), 34.16, $64,700; 2. Gordon Coble (St Paul, NE) / Jeremy Mcintyre (Grand Island, NE), 36.75, $40,400; 3. Darwin McGowan (Watford City, ND) / Jake Fillmore (Davidson, OK), 38.61, $32,300; 4. Terry Lee Payne (Hugo, OK) / Donnie Ward (Leflore, OK), 39.09, $27,000; 5. Steve Hinson (Jonesboro, AR) / Bruce Barnett (West Plains, MO), 39.66, $24,300; 6. Brady McCormick (Branford, FL) / Jay Johnson (Live Oak, FL), 39.93, $21,600; 7. Randy C. Brooks (Mona, UT) / Blaine Jensen (Cleveland, UT), 39.93, $21,600; 8. Shawn Felton (Dublin, TX) / Ryan Thibodeaux (Stephenville, TX), 41.98, $16,100; 9. Kim Neisius (Bluff Dale, TX) /
Trigg Bell (Gunnison, CO), 42.12, $13,500; 10. Cassie Holm (Wallace, NE) / Brian Holm (Wallace, NE), 42.43, $10,800 Cruel Girl Champ Average 1. Mary Stubblefield (Taft, CA) / Tammy White (Los Osos, CA), 31.03, $15,800; 2. Emily Nolan (Peosta, IA) / Katie Nolan (Peosta, IA), 38.6, $10,000; 3. Rylea Rae Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO) / Debbie Fabrizio (Pueblo, CO), 39.55, $6,900; 4. Lori Thone (Damascus, AR) / Tammy White (Los Osos, CA), 43.83, $5,800; 5. Jessica Shirley (Wanamingo, MN) / Amanda Kooiker (Adrian, MN), 43.84, $4,700; 6. Austee Anderson (Palmyra, MO) / Kelly Snow (Virginia, IL), 45.82, $4,200; 7. Tibba Smith (Stephenville, TX) / Jackie Hobbs (Stephenville, TX), 46.21, $3,200; 8. Laramie Johnson (Shreveport, LA)
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A Stock Contractors Point of View! By Robert Detweiler
iving in the Southwest we are very fortunate to have the sport of rodeo available to us all year long. There is not hardly a weekend that goes by that you can’t find a rodeo going on somewhere in the southwest and most of the time not too far from home. Rodeo is a big part of our history and has been the subject of many conversations for folks leaning against the hood of the truck, sitting on the back of a horse, the porch or taking a break on the tailgate of the ranch truck. Those conversations have been about the good, the bad, the stock, the ground, the score and everything in between, but one thing that is constant when it comes to rodeo is the Stock Contractors. Not saying that they are all the same, that would make the sport pretty boring, but they are the major part of the rodeo puzzle when it comes to a rodeo production. With that in mind, who better to talk to then the guys behind the chutes. We caught up with a few of the top Stock Contractors from around the southwest and were thankful to have a few minutes with each to ask a couple of questions about their companies and the rodeo industry.
Buster Webb W/A Rodeo Company, Bloomfield, NM RD: Buster, you recently won 2013 Stock Contractor of the Year for the New Mexico Rodeo Association. Congratulations. You have been doing this for a long time. Tell us a little about the history of your company. Buster: Thank you. We have been in business 47 years. Started the business in 1966, we started with bucking cows and roping calves, borrowed some bucking horses for the first year, then went out on my own ever since. In 1985 we put on 102 rodeos that year. Since that time we don’t put on quite as many in a year. RD: What area of the country do you primarily focus on?
I have. They appreciated the stock and how they performed. Now you have people in the crowd that are more focused on the specialty acts then they are the bucking horses. They don’t understand the stock near as well and like the fast pace and entertainment of the acts, they can relate to that. RD: How does that effect the way you do business? Buster: Now a days it is really important to have a good announcer, good specialty acts, etc. You have to make sure that the entertainment element is at a high level. RD: What are some of the things that can be done to help this industry grow? Buster: I think one of the things that need to be done is all these rodeo associations need to pull together and promote rodeo as a whole. All the way from high school to the PRCA. The more we promote this industry and educate folks about the sport and the western way of life, it will help increase the interest
Buster: We pretty much just cover the southwest. I used to go to Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, and California but now stay mostly in New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona. RD: What do you think is different today in the business than 10 years ago? Buster: The big difference that I see is that we are selling entertainment, not the hard core rodeo of years past. The crowds have changed, you use to go to these rodeos 10 years ago and 90% of the people in the grand stands were ranchers and they probably rode horses that Buster Webb receiving the bucked harder than the horses NMRA 2013 Stock Contractor of the Year
The 2014 Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Pro Classic
he 2014 Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Pro Classic, will celebrate its 4tth year in Casa Grande, Arizona. The prestigious roping will be held on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, but roping action spans two full days with a #13, a #15 and the Open Cervi Pre Roping on Tuesday, and the return of the Cervi Pro Am on Wednesday morning. With a history of legendary payoffs, top roping action, and a supportive community, the Cervi has grown to be one of the premier events in the roping calendar for both the pros and the fans. “Despite the rain and mud last year, the teams stuck with it, and turned in some lightning fast times,” said roping producer George Aros. “It was also incredible to see fans all decked out with slickers and umbrellas sticking right there with them.”
For 2014, the Cervi and its related ropings will once again be featured events of the Casa Grande Cowboy Days, a weeklong celebration of Western Heritage running February 14 - 23. Tuesday’s pre-roping events get started at noon. The first roping will be a #13, and books will open at 3:00 for a #15. The Open runs after the #15, allowing pros who competed in the Tucson Rodeo plenty of time to haul up and settle in. All the Tuesday ropings feature the same format of pick two partners for $150 a man, with an 80% payback. The real advantage for the pros is that they have a chance to try out the same fresh steers and the score line as will be used in the Cervi, while getting familiar with the arena. Wednesday’s crowd-pleasing warm up will be the 3rd Annual Cervi Pro-Am Benefit
Roping, which kicks off at 9:00 a.m. This event affords a fantastic opportunity for any #4 or under roper to partner with one of the best in the world in 3 full rounds of competition. A limit of ten amateur headers and ten amateur heelers can enter for $500 per amateur. Each year entries fill quickly. To
both spectators and contestants. The more everyone works together the better it will be for everyone in this sport. RD: What has been your secret to keeping it all working all these years? Buster: It is most definitely the people I have had working for me. I have some that have been with me for over 25 years. The loyalty and commitment to me and this sport deserves notice. As much as it costs to do this now a days and the little that you can pay these folks, it’s obvious that they are in it because they love the sport and want to make it all work. Without them it would not be possible to do what we do, they have been what has made us successful.
RD: Jerry, how long has your family been in the stock contracting business? Jerry: Well one of the things that we are very proud of is that this is a family run business. It has been handed down in our family for three generations now. My Grandpa was Walt Alsbaugh and he produced his first PRCA rodeo in 1945. My dad worked for my Grandpa for many years, then in 1976 he and
my mom started their rodeo company. My uncle took over Walt’s company after he died and ran it for years. My wife and I ended up buying most of my uncles stock when he was done and also my mom and dads. So now my wife and I have a hold of the reins. My brother and nephews help a lot, my nephews’ even pick-up for me at rodeos. It is nice to have it all in the family. RD: What area of the country do you primarily focus on? Jerry: Right now we primarily work in the Western States, We go from California to Texas, Utah, New Mexico. But we have been all over the US and up to Canada. RD: What do you think is different today in the business than when you Granddad and Dad where in the business? Jerry: I think one of the things different today is there are not as many Stock Contractors out there today that are actually making their living at producing rodeos. The business has seemed to have drawn a lot of wealthier folks that also have other means of making a living. That makes it hard for outfits like ours to compete against. Companies like ours that this is the only source of revenue. RD: What are some of the goals for your business in the future? Jerry: Well I’m not sure if this is a calling or what, but what we love to do is rodeo and we are going to continue to make sure we produce a quality rodeo and produce a great event that you’re not afraid to bring your kids to. We want to produce family entertainment. RD: What are some of the things that can be done to help this industry grow? Jerry: I’m not real sure, I think the lure of the
accommodate the high demand in the fairest way possible, entries will be taken on line at arosroping.com starting January 1. After the 10 spots are filled, entrants will be placed on a wait list. All teams will receive an embroidered jacket, caps, team photo and all day entry pass for the Cervi VIP tent. The average winners will receive the exact same buckle as the Cervi Pro Classic winners, and go-round winners will receive buckles as well. Proceeds from the Pro/Am will go to the Justin Crisis Fund. All the excitement leads to the signature event on Wednesday, the Mike Cervi Jr. Memorial Pro Classic. With over $40,000 expected to be added to the pot, you can bet that every team will be running their best. The format will be a 5 steer average with money paid on the short go and the final. The entry fees for the Cervi are $300 per roper, enter twice. Fees can be paid by check through January 31, 2014. After that date, it
is cash or credit card only. In addition to seriously huge cash payoffs, winners will receive a handsome Gist Buckle, and custom Running P Saddles. The prize line also includes boots, breast collars, bits and much more. As always, The Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund will come out a big winner as well, as the roping raises funds for the charity. To date, The Cervi has donated over $160,000 to the fund. The Cervi events occupy 2 days of the 4th Annual Casa Grande Cowboy Days. The weeklong event that surrounds the Cervi kicks off with a downtown parade and Indian Rodeo the first weekend. Canadian ropers can look forward the Maple Leaf Classic, which will take place on Monday the 17th. Barrel racers will be tearing it up on Thursday, and the week concludes with a Ranch Rodeo. For more information, call George Aros, 520-241-2241 or visit arosroping.com.
Jerry Honeycutt Honeycutt Rodeo Company, Alamosa, CO www.honeycuttrodeo.com
western way of life will always be there. Even when folks are traveling in spaceships. How big of a presence it will be I don’t know, but we have got to work on getting the younger generation back to being interested and competitive in rodeo. We have got to work on growing our supply or cowboys, and cowgirls. RD:What kinds of things have you done along those lines to help with the education on rodeo? Jerry: We did a rodeo series in Breckenridge, CO and worked with the committee on doing a sort of behind the scenes event where we spent the day before the rodeo offering the public the chance to see how things work behind the chutes and in the arena, roping boxes etc. I figured we would get about 30 or 40 folks, we had almost 200. It was great to see that interest and I think we need to do more things like that to let the public know more and how things work in this industry.
Mark Sanchez Crossroads Rodeo Company, Durango, CO www.crossroadsranchandrodeocompany.com RD: Mark, tell me about your company? Mark: Well the business is run by me, my two daughters and son-inlaw, Cassidy, Mark Sanchez Charity and Tracie. We were in business in the 70’s and 80’s as Badlands Rodeo Company, so we have been in business in the
neighborhood of 35 years. RD: What area of the country do you cover? Mark: We primarily focus on the four corner states, but the last five years we have produced and sent stock as far north as Montana and as far west as California and Nevada. RD: What do you think is different today in the business than 10 years ago? Mark: We are starting to see some real positives lately in the industry. One of those things is that rodeo committees are starting to really appreciate quality stock contractors once again. There was a stretch there when the value of the stock contractor was underestimated and the focus was just on the lowest bid. Committees are again starting to appreciate the value of a well-run rodeo and how important it is to have a production that runs smooth, whoever it is running their event. RD: Mark, what are some of the goals for your business in the future? Mark: Our company has, and will continue to do a lot of ministry work and rodeo bible camps, but in addition to that and to keep our rodeo company viable we want to produce a limited number of high quality rodeos. We were up to producing 40 rodeos a year three years ago, but this last year we cut our schedule way back because
we want to be known for good rodeos not just a lot of rodeos. RD: What are some of the things that can be done to help this industry grow? Mark: For years I have commented on how important it is to help promote new contestants into this industry. Especially in the rough stock events. Whether that is Jerry Dorenkamp pulling a flank-strap on one of their bucking horses. some kind of rookie program or youth Jerry Dorenkamp program, we have to work at building a system that brings rough stock riders into the Salt River Rodeo Company, sport. Word is that we are starting to see a few Tucson, AZ more rough stock riders at the high school www.saltriverrodeocompany.com and amateur level, but we have to focus at helping these youngVSA contestants to be IN HOUSE PROOF RD: Jerry, how longCRXâ€™D have you been in the successful. Itâ€™s easy for them to get out when rodeo business? they get up into the more professional levels, Jerry: Well I have pretty much been in the we need to help them along and give them a rodeo business all my life. My dad had a reason to keep going. rodeo company when I was growing up and
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after that I worked for Mike Cervi for 17 years. Then 3 years ago we bought Salt River Rodeo Company from Skip Beeler. I am the general manager and have additional partners Cody Resor of Willcox, AZ and Owen Washburn of Lordsburg, NM. Right now we put on about 10 rodeos a year and lease a lot of stock also. We have stock that goes to Cheyenne, the High School Finals, the College Finals and have sent stock to the NFR the past couple of years. RD: Jerry, what do you think is different today in the business than years past? Jerry: What I think is happening at a lot of rodeos today, even the smaller rodeos, is you’re not just seeing one producer bring in all the stock. You have a number of contractors leasing their stock. Which is probably a good thing as you are getting the top end of their string and that helps to support a better quality event. It makes it a bit more difficult on the financial side but where you used to have one contractor doing a three or four performance rodeo you now have three or four contractors and that really helps bring up the quality. RD: Jerry, what is driving that trend? Jerry: I think the focus on quality and the fact that you really need to have a top quality production now more than ever. If you want to draw the contestants and the spectators you need to put on the best show you possibly can. RD: What are some of the goals for your business in the future? Jerry: We are trying to put together the best string of bulls and horses we possibly can. We have established a pretty good following of riders and I think it is because they know that our stock is good quality and that when they go to one of our rodeos it’s not a drawing contest they have a legitimate chance at making a good ride and winning some money. RD: What are some of the things that can be done to help this industry grow? Jerry: I think the industry needs to focus on the small rodeos again and the part time cowboys. Sell that cowboy image and the western way of life, it truly is a great way of life and people in rural America want to see it. By supporting that I think it would really help promote the sport. You can go anywhere in the world and the American cowboy is recognized. If we can get that momentum going again in this country I think we will see an increase in the industry. As we concluded the interviews it was just amazing to realize how much history and knowledge was available with these hard working men, women, their partners and their families. As we continue to reach out in the sport of rodeo to see what has changed, how we all can help to make this a bigger and better industry, I would personally like to thank these companies for sharing their time and knowledge and I look forward to the next set of interviews and I hope you do to.
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Stroud was born near Monkstown, Texas, December 1, 1893 into a ranching family. He left home at sixteen to join the Howe Circus and, after becoming a big hit, later joined the Ringling Brothers Circus where he performed in “Wild West” trick riding and bronc riding exhibitions. Due to his popularity, he was paid a phenomenal sum (for a cowboy) of $25 per week! He also toured with Pawnee Bill. Deciding to follow rodeo instead, Leonard embarked upon a very successful career. During his rodeo prime (1914 1924), he competed in almost every event including trick and roman riding, trick roping, saddle and bareback bronc riding, steer and calf roping and bulldogging. Rodeo producers often had to rearrange schedules to accommodate Stroud’s participation in so many events. Trick riding is what he really became famous for however. (It should be noted here that trick riding was a judged event much like the rough stock events up until the 1930s.) He is credited for being the first to perform such moves as going under the belly of a horse at a full gallop, passing under the horses neck to the other side at a full gallop and there is a trick riding move named for him to this day called the “Stroud Standout.” In this move, the rider “stands” out to the side of the horse, creating a ninety degree angle between horse and rider—and he would do rope tricks while “out there.” Stroud would also do many maneuvers while Roman riding— things like jumping over a parked car— with people in it! He was a crowd favorite, always flashy and colorful, and was known far and wide as a “showman.”
Leonard rode a saddle, specially designed by him and Porter Saddlery of Phoenix, Arizona, which incorporated several unique features, many of which are still evident (and now standard) on today’s trick riding saddles. First there was a very elongated saddle horn, serving as a central hand-hold. Other modifications included slotted handholds attached to the rear skirting, a low (practically flat) cantle, special saddle strings which could serve as handholds and various other leather straps. Even though he was one of the best riders of his day, Leonard suffered injuries along the way. Once at a Colorado rodeo he slipped and fell under the horse while attempting to pass to the other side. He broke three ribs! Aside from being the undisputed World Champion Trick Rider between 1914 and 1924, Leonard was also a serious contender in the other events he entered. He learned rope tricks from none other than Will Rogers, becoming an accomplished trick roper. This also helped his roping abilities in the calf and steer roping, where he won many titles at big rodeos. Of course, his riding abilities were second to none, this is evident of the many bronc riding titles he won, including Cheyenne in 1918. Of course, nobody wins all of the time. Yakima Canutt, in his memoirs, tells a hilarious story about the El Paso, Texas rodeo of 1921. “Leonard Stroud rode a wild bronc that had been brought over from the Mexican side...He was a small horse, but could he buck! He was a crooked, fast sunfisher. He really unloaded Leonard. Doubleday, the official rodeo photographer, got a picture of it and Stroud gave him ten
dollars to destroy the negative. I gave him ten dollars to print me up several of the photos and inscribe them, ‘Leonard Stroud Showing the Boys How. A Yakima Canutt Photo.’ I passed them out to the bronc riders. It got a good laugh.” Along the way, Leonard married Mamie Saunders Stroud who was also an accomplished trick rider and bronc rider. She got her start in Lucille Mulhall’s Roundup. The duo competed in many rodeos together throughout their storied careers. They moved from Texas to Oklahoma, and eventually made their permanent home in Rocky Ford, Colorado where they remained involved in rodeo in one aspect or another the rest of their lives. Something that stands out during this period is the fact that most rodeo cowboys during the 1930s were supportive of the new cowboy organization know as the Cowboy Turtles Association (CTA). Not so with Leonard. While acting as the Arena Director of the Colorado State Fair in Pueblo, only months after the CTA was formed, he was against what he called the “Cowboy Union.” Leonard is quoted here in the Pueblo Indicator on July 31, 1937, “It won’t work (the CTAs threat to strike if certain demands are not met). The cowboys can’t ride me. The expression, ‘ride ‘em cowboy,’ refers to horses and cattle, not me!” For reasons of his own, Leonard remained opposed to the CTA and never joined up. The greatest trick rider from the early days of rodeo died June 29, 1961 due to health issues at Denver, Colorado area hospital. Leonard was posthumously inducted into National Cowboy and Western Heritage Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1965. Jim Olson (c) 2013 www.JimOlsonAuthor.com
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way to an open one header. The #4 and t was great weather, great cattle and a under one header provided some great great roping, all for a great cause. entertainment as the headers had a chance November 2nd and 3rd team ropers to show their “throwing over the chute gathered in Belen, NM at the Horsemen’s talent” and the heelers got a chance to show Arena not only to make the best runs they off their “corner shots”. The Open one could but also to help support the Calvary header was also something to see because if Chapel Academy (CCA). CCA is a division you were not paying attention you were of the Calvary Chapel Rio Grande Valley going to miss it. There were only three (CCRGV). CCRGV has the vision and philosophy that any school should be a clear places paid and all three stopped the clock in under four seconds. extension of your own personal beliefs and In addition to the exciting ropings many values. At CCA they uphold and reinforce volunteers helped with the concessions and the beliefs of the church and work to assist auction that were also part of the event to parents in providing a Christ centered and help raise money for the school. At the end family focused education for their children. of the weekend after all the proceeds from That philosophy sure was evident as the ropings, concessions, auction and many team ropers, their families and many donations were tallied, there was over volunteers were focused on doing all they $15,000 raised for the school to use towards could to make this 2nd Annual event a their plan for the future. It was obvious that success. That is just what they did as over everyone had come together for a great 600 teams lined up to enter the many cause. “We want to thank everyone for ropings held during the weekend. The Productions 1/6 coming together to help with this wonderful ropings ranged from a #4 and under all the event,” said Mrs. Guest CCA Office Administrator, “we are so grateful and blessed to have so many people helping us with our vision.” After a weekend of hard work the CCA For Your Action walked away with a wonderful gift to use in Photography and Videos the future, but they were not the only Mark and Becky Hutchings winners. Many team ropers also left with an armful of prizes and plenty of cash to Photography/Videography use towards their future plans. There was a payout to the ropers of over $42,100. Average winners of all the ropings took home some beautiful buckles. The high money winners of the weekend in each division walked away with some wonderful Saddles and the reserve high money winners received trophies. Calvary Chapel Academy would like to thank all of the many volunteers that helped with this event and also Rafter 5 and Jimmy Thompson for providing the cattle. Without all of their time and effort this event would have not be possible. There is no doubt the “We Are Your Stop Action Photographer” 2nd Annual Rope for the Future was a success and already plans are in the works for next year. So make sure to mark your 15 McCord Lane • Belen, NM 87002 calendar for 2014. 505.407.4627
2nd Annual Rope for the Future Nov. 2-3, 2013; Horsemen’s Arena, Belen, NM #4 and Under 1. Jake South / Ky Drummond, 5.71, $682; 2.
Garrett Jacobs / Sterlin English, 5.83, $512; 3. Garrett Jacobs / Ky Drummond, 6.11, $342; 4. Kyle Lucero / Sterlin English, 6.17, $170 #6 1. Bethanie / Tristan Sanchez, 25.52, $1238; 2. Garrett Jacobs / Sterlin English, 33.00, $1026; 3. Quincy Sullivan / Alexis Armijo, 39.68, $812; 4. Quincy Sullivan / Abbie Shofner, 43.58, $598; 5. Michael Reguejo / Marcus Reguejo, $384; 6. Bethanie Shofner / Abbie Shofner, $214 Fast Go 1. Andrew Mirabal / Joe Griego, 8.08, $284; 2. Alfredo Navarez / Eric Navarez, 8.30, $190 #8 1. Garrett Jacobs / Sterlin English, 26.00, $1358; 2. Bethanie Shofner / Abbie Shofner, 29.59, $1124; 3. Kyle Lucero / Blaine Garley, 29.81, $890; 4. Jake South / Blaine Atwood, 30.25, $656; 5. Brody Wade / Tristan Sanchez, 30.86, $422; 6. Phillip Romero / Clarence Platero Jr., 32.63, $234 Fast Go 1. Toney Sanchez / Abbie Shofnere, 7.60, $312; 2. Alejandro Lara / Robby Lefebre, 7.96, $208 #9 1. Mason Georges / David McCallister, 27.27, $1548; 2. Garrett Jacobs / Blaine Garley, $1282; 3. Blaine Garley / David McCallister, $1014; 4. Jamie Lucero / Anthony Gabewood, $748; 5. Bill Owen / Hector Lucero, $480; 6. Cam Yates / Jim Knopp, $266 Fast Go 1. Martin Abeita / AJ Sandoval, 6.06, $356; 2. Garrett Jacobs / Blaine Garley, 6.27, $238 #12 Slide 1. Robert Ansley / Eddie Nieto, 20.11, $1304; 2. Robert Valasquez / Mike Martinez, 22.13, $1080; 3. Johnny Hawks / Seth Hall, 23.32, $854; 4. David McCallister / Mike Martinez, 26.33, $630; 5. David McCallister / Shawn Willis, 26.46, $404; 6. Sean Grossetete / Russell Sullivan, 27.02, $224 Fast Go 1. Robert Ansley / Eddie Nieto, 4.92, $300; 2. Seth Hall / Russell Sullivan, 5.15, $200 #15 1. Clayton Slick / Chops Yazzie, 17.77, $792; 2. Darin Simpson / Adrian Salas, 19.92, $594 ; 3. Enrique Salas / Russell Sullivan, 20.40, $414; Fast Go 1. Marcus Battaglia / Adrian Salas, 5.03, $200 #10 1. Blaine Garley / Sal Gomez, 20.72, $2000; 2. Aaron Yabeny / James Zuni, 26.12, $1656; 3. David McCallister / Kole Johnston, 26.58, $1310; 4. Trevor Green / James Zuni, 28.88, $966; 5. Anthony Gatewood / Jim Knopp, 29.72, $620; 6. Gene Dyson / Neal Dyson, 30.82, $344 Fast Go 1. Trevor Green / James Zuni, 5.63, $460; 2. Sterlin English / Miles Dyson, 6.53, $306 #13 1. David McCallister / Scoooter Garcia, 18.53, $888; 2. David McCallister / Mike Martinez, 18.69, $666; 3. Darin Owens / Shawn Willis, 22.98, $444; 4. David McCallister / Doninic Silva, 23.89, $222 Fast Go 1. Mason Georges / Seth Hall, 6.22, $246
Open 1 Header 1. Seth Hall / Eddie Nieto, 3.39, $404; 2. Seth Hall / Russell Sullivan, 3.74, $304; 3. Cooper Wimberly / Eddie Nieto, 3.76, $212
High Money Winners #2 and Under Sterlin English – Saddle Quincy Sullivan – Trophy #3 Garrett Jacobs – Saddle Bethanie Shofner – Trophy #4 Blaine Garley – Saddle
Mason Georges – Trophy #5 David McCallister – Saddle James Zuni – Trophy #6 Sal Gomez – Saddle Robert Ansley – Trophy #7 and Above Mike Martinez – Saddle Eddie Nieto – Trophy Stick Horse Racers at the 2nd Annual Rope for the Future
Team Ropers Rock and Rope in Albuquerque!
he Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Posse Arena in Albuquerque, NM was the place to be on October 25 -27, 2013. Team ropers gathered for ZD Cattle Companies “Big Bucks Rock & Rope” event, and rock and rope is just what they did. Friday started out with the #13. Grant A Koenig and Fernando Gonzales roped 4 steers faster than anyone else to win the roping with a 33.71 on four and take home $1,120. Following the #13 was the #12 where Grant Koenig decided to partner with Taten Koenig for this roping and ended up at the top of the list to win this roping also with a 37.71 on 4 and pocket M$1,500 for their effort. Saturday was the #11. In this roping the team ropers were making a run at a long list of prizes and prize money. First in the average paid $3,000 and saddles. For 2nd through 6th the roping paid from $2,000 down to $400 plus buckles, jackets and sweatshirts. In addition the Highpoint roper of the roping got to carry off a briefcase with $5,000! When the sun set on Saturday the winners of the #11 average were Alfredo Martinez and Faustino Enriquez with a 32.61. The Highpoint Roper for the #11 was Fernando Gonzales and the briefcase handle fit his hand real well. Sunday ended the roping with the #4 and under. Fred Casanova and Tino Mendoza showed the crowd how to “rock and rope” as they held off the pack to win the roping with a 26.79 on three. Like the #11 this roping paid some great prizes and payoffs down to the 6th hole. The Highpoint Roper in this division was Daniel Montoya, who like Fernando, really liked his briefcase. Look for upcoming ZD Cattle Company events in this or future issues of The All Around. Big Bucks Rock & Rope; Albuquerque, NM, October 25-27, 2013 #11 High Point Roper: Fernando Gonzales, $5,000 1. Alfredo Martinez / Faustino Enriquez, 32.61, Saddles and $3,000; 2. Willie Lucero / Fernando Gonzales, 33.16, Buckles and $2,000; 3. Karlin Mckinley / Robert Yee, 33.24, Jackets and $1,000; 4. Jose Ortega / Facistino Enriquez, 34.43, Jackets and $800; 5. Don Hoskie / Olavio Hernandez, 35.01, Jackets and $600; 6. Rodney Wilcox / Buster Willcox, 37.47, Sweatshirts and $400 #4 and Under High Point: Daniel Montoya, $3,500
Bounty Cow: Cody Boozer and Daniel Montoya, 7.40, $700 1. Fred Casanova / Tino Mendoza, 26.79, Saddles and $3,000; 2. Cody Boozer / Daniel Montoya, 27.69, Buckles and $2,000,; 3. Alice Pack / Ruben Ochoa, 31.46, Jackets and $1,000; 4. Alejandro Munoz / Paxton Nelson, 34.07, Jackets and $800; 5. Jerry Lamone / Daniel Montoya, 34.76, Jackets and $600; 6. Norbert Charley / Ed Tom, 34.99, Sweatshirts and $400 #12 1. Grant Koenig/ Taten Koenig, 37.71, $1,500 #13 1/4 vertical 1. Grant Koenig/ Fernando Gonzales, 33.71, $1,120
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Zamora Roping Productions New Year’s January 3 - 5, 2014 Curry County Events Center • Clovis, New Mexico
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 Books open at 4:30 p.m. • Close at 5:30 p.m. • Rope at 6:00 p.m.
•Open - 4-head • Pick or Draw • $150/roper • Enter 2x • #15 Handicap - 4-head • Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw 2 • $150/roper • Enter 2x • #13 Handicap - Pick 1, Draw 1 or Draw 2 • $150/roper • Enter 2x SATURDAY, JANUARY 4
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Books open at 8:00 a.m. Close at 9:00 a.m. • Rope at 9:30 a.m.
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OD E D N O R OU P R U Another Weekend of Rodeo for Queen Creek Junior Rodeo Association! Queen Creek Junior Rodeo Association (QCJRA) held the second weekend of competition for their 2013-2014 Rodeo season. This weekend the cowboys and cowgirls gathered at Queen Creek Horseshoe Park. It was another great weekend of some top-notch competition. OCJRA Mission: Queen Creek Junior Rodeo Association is committed to providing a family environment in which children may obtain and develop the basic skills of rodeo. Our commitment is to prepare our contestants to excel in both Junior and High School Rodeo. We will recognize sportsmanship like conduct and honor personal growth. Skill, Discipline, Respect, and a Competitive Spirit are the attributes in which we support. For Information to be a part of OCJRA, go to http://www.qcjra.org Current Event Leaders Junior Boys Breakaway; 1. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 40; 2. Cashton Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 36; 3. Denton Dunning, Surprise, AZ, 30; 4. Mason Webber, Phoenix, AZ, 27; 5. Jd Amado, Tucson, AZ, 26; 6. Cade Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 8; 7. Sterling Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 8; 8. Carlos Peralta, Jr., Rio Rico, AZ, 6 Boys Goat Tying 1. Cashton Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 56; 2. Cade Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 55; 3. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 51; 4. Shea Freeland, Desert Hills, AZ, 38; 5. Jd Amado, Tucson, AZ, 36; 6. Brody Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 22; 7. Denton Dunning, Surprise, AZ, 22; 8. Hudson Burris, Queen Creek, AZ, 14 Boys Ribbon Roping 1. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 58; 2. Dillon Connelley, Desert Hills, AZ, 37; 3. Cade Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 20; 4. Brody Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 17; 5. Elijah Mcclellan, Desert Hills, AZ, 11; 6. Jd Amado, Tucson, AZ, 9; 7. Denton Dunning, Surprise, AZ, 9; 8. Carlos Peralta, Jr., Rio Rico, AZ, 8; Boys Steer Stopping 1. Cashton Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 57; 2. Cade Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 10; 3. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 10; 4. Jd Amado, Tucson, AZ, 9; 5. Shea Freeland,
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Desert Hills, AZ, 9; 6. Denton Dunning, Surprise, AZ, 8 Boys Team Roping 1. Jd Amado, Tucson, AZ, 37; 2. Ketch Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 36; 3. Sterling Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 25; 4. Brody Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 17; 5. Cade Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 10; 6. Denton Dunning, Surprise, AZ, 9; 7. Eduardo Madrid, Rio Rico, AZ, 9; 8. Dillon Connelley, Desert Hills, AZ, 8; 9. Mason Webber, Phoenix, AZ, 6 Girls Barrel Racing 1. Adi Jo Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 59; 2. Daisy Howell, Parks, AZ, 54; 3. Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 45; 4. Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 30; 5. Tenley Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 27; 6. Berlyn Franks, San Tan Valley, AZ, 23; 7. Macie Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 18; 8. Raylei Anderson, Litchfield Park, AZ, 17 Girls Breakaway 1. Berlyn Franks, San Tan Valley, AZ, 10; 2. Jocelyn Co’nei’sen’ney, Sacaton, AZ, 10; 3. Tenley Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 9 Girls Goat Tying 1. Berlyn Franks, San Tan Valley, AZ, 56; 2. Rayna Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 39; 3. Jocelyn Co’nei’sen’ney, Sacaton, AZ, 37; 4. Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 36; 5. Macie Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 34; 6. Adi Jo Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 29; 7. Jennifer Ricker, Phoenix, AZ, 19; 8. Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 18 Girls Pole Bending 1. Berlyn Franks, San Tan Valley, AZ, 58; 2. Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 39; 3. Rayna Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 34; 4. Tenley Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 34; 5. Daisy Howell, Parks, AZ, 28; 6. Jaden Usher, Avondale, AZ, 26; 7. Savannah Joe, Sacaton, AZ, 23; 8. Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 22 Girls Ribbon Roping 1. Johnnie Ann Parry, Phoenix, AZ, 26; 2. Abigail Spriggs, Peoria, AZ, 24; 3. Tenley Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 23; 4. Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 22; 5. Adi Jo Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 21; 6. Nevaeh Eckhardt, El Mirage, AZ, 11; 7. Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, AZ, 10; 8. Jocelyn Co’nei’sen’ney, Sacaton, AZ, 10Girls Team Roping 1. Daisy Howell, Parks, AZ, 35; 2. Rayna Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 29; 3. Jocelyn Co’nei’sen’ney, Sacaton, AZ, 29; 4. Jennifer Ricker, Phoenix, AZ, 20; 5. Macie Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 8; 6. Tenley Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 8; 7. Adi Jo Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 7; 8. Brylee Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 6 Peewee Boys Barrel Racing 1. Caden Hooper, Benson, AZ, 60; 2. Kaden Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 53; 3. Nolan Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 43; 4. Carson Clark, 36; 5. Nate Rodriguez, Wittmann, AZ, 31; 6. Cooper Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 19; 7.
Ryker Sarchett, Phoenix, AZ, 15; 8. Cole Parker, Queen Creek, AZ, 5 Boys Dummy Roping 1. Kaden Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 60; 2. Caden Hooper, Benson, AZ, 49; 3. Stran English, Belen, Nm, 47; 4. Nolan Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 45; 5. Nate Rodriguez, Wittmann, AZ, 30; 6. Cooper Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 28.5; 7. Carson Clark, 16; 8. Ryker Sarchett, Phoenix, AZ, 9.5Boys Flag Racing 1. Stran English, Belen, Nm, 52; 2. Nate Rodriguez, Wittmann, AZ, 48; 3. Nolan Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 44; 4. Caden Hooper, Benson, AZ, 40; 5. Cooper Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 30; 6. Carson Clark, 23; 7. Kaden Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 18; 8. Ryker Sarchett, Phoenix, AZ, 11 Boys Goat Tying 1. Caden Hooper, Benson, AZ, 60; 2. Kaden Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 52; 3. Stran English, Belen, Nm, 49; 4. Nolan Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 43; 5. Nate Rodriguez, Wittmann, AZ, 36; 6. Carson Clark, 28; 7. Cooper Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 19; 8. Treyven Shuman, Chandler, AZ, 15 Boys Pole Bending 1. Nolan Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 51; 2. Carson Clark, 44; 3. Caden Hooper, Benson, AZ, 40; 4. Nate Rodriguez, Wittmann, AZ, 26; 5. Cooper Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 24; 6. Cole Parker, Queen Creek, AZ, 13; 7. Ryker Sarchett, Phoenix, AZ, 10; 8. Kaden Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 9 Girls Barrel Racing 1. Roxie Jo Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 48; 2. Alexis Molina, Buckeye, AZ, 46; 3. “Liza”Elizianna Sanders, Tucson, AZ, 40; 4. Aubrey Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 38; 5. Ryann Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 34; 6. Lily Kline, Phoenix, AZ, 33; 7. Makenna Morford, Stanfield, AZ, 33; 8. Reece Mott, Tucson, AZ, 17 Girls Dummy Roping 1. Makenna Morford, Stanfield, AZ, 58; 2. Aubrey Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 43; 3. Ryann Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 43; 4. Alexis Molina, Buckeye, AZ, 41; 5. Roxie Jo Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 40.5; 6. Daniela Torres, Gilbert, AZ, 32; 7. Valeria Torres, Gilbert, AZ, 23; 8. Lily Kline, Phoenix, AZ, 21.5 Girls Flag Racing 1. Makenna Morford, Stanfield, AZ, 51; 2. Roxie Jo Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 39; 3. Lily Kline, Phoenix, AZ, 36; 4. Valeria Torres, Gilbert, AZ, 30; 5. Alexis Molina, Buckeye, AZ, 24; 6. Daniela Torres, Gilbert, AZ, 23; 7. Aubrey Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 20; 8. Dessani Duffy, Tucson, AZ, 18 Girls Goat Tying 1. Lily Kline, Phoenix, AZ, 53; 2. Alexis Molina, Buckeye, AZ, 51; 3. Aubrey Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 48;
4. Roxie Jo Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 46; 5. “Liza”Elizianna Sanders, Tucson, AZ, 38; 6. Makenna Morford, Stanfield, AZ, 29; 7. Ryann Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 23; 8. Valeria Torres, Gilbert, AZ, 18 Girls Pole Bending 1. Roxie Jo Higgins, Wittmann, AZ, 54; 2. Aubrey Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 49; 3. Alexis Molina, Buckeye, AZ, 42; 4. “Liza”Elizianna Sanders, Tucson, AZ, 39; 5. Makenna Morford, Stanfield, AZ, 33; 6. Lily Kline, Phoenix, AZ, 29; 7. Ryann Shuldberg, Wittmann, AZ, 27; 8. Reece Mott, Tucson, AZ, 24 Senior Boys Calf Touch 1. Jace Thorstenson, Surprise, AZ, 35; 2. Jett Uldrikson, Morristown, AZ, 32; 3. Ty Stephens, Phoenix, AZ, 28; 4. Clay Cherry, Stanfield, AZ, 28; 5. Anthony Mendoza, Gilbert, AZ, 28; 6. Gavin Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 26; 7. Sterlin English, Belen, Nm, 25; 8. Garrett Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 24 Boys Goat Tying 1. Sterlin English, Belen, Nm, 58; 2. Garrett Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 47; 3. Jace Thorstenson, Surprise, AZ, 39; 4. Gavin Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 35; 5. Jett Uldrikson, Morristown, AZ, 26; 6. Cooper Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 23; 7. Canon Freeland, Desert Hills, AZ, 22; 8. Anthony Mendoza, Gilbert, AZ, 18.5 Boys Ribbon Roping 1. Sterlin English, Belen, Nm, 39; 2. Ty Stephens, Phoenix, AZ, 31; 3. Chase Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 26; 4. Canon Freeland, Desert Hills, AZ, 23; 5. Garrett Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 19; 6. Gavin Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 14; 7. Baylor Banning, Litchfield Park, AZ, 13; 8. Clay Cherry, Stanfield, AZ, 10 Boys Steer Stopping 1. Sterlin English, Belen, Nm, 49; 2. Cooper Andersen, Casa Grande, AZ, 32; 3. Clay Cherry, Stanfield, AZ, 30; 4. Charlie Regester, Phoenix, AZ, 30; 5. Jace Thorstenson, Surprise, AZ, 25 6. Colt Stephens, Phoenix, AZ, 18; 7. Andrew Parry, Fort Mcdowell, AZ, 17; 8. Chase Gallego, Tucson, AZ, 17 Boys Team Roping 1. Garrett Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 35; 2. Jace Thorstenson, Surprise, AZ, 35; 3. Gavin Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 29; 4. Charlie Regester, Phoenix, AZ, 27; 5. Canon Freeland, Desert Hills, AZ, 21; 6. Jett Uldrikson, Morristown, AZ, 15; 7. Sterlin English, Belen, Nm, 14; 8. Clay Cherry, Stanfield, AZ, 10 Girls Barrel Racing 1. Jaycie Cundall, Queen Creek, AZ, 60; 2. Sami Wengert, Casa Grande, AZ, 46.5; 3. Micayla Parks, Maricopa, AZ, 40; 4. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 32; 5. Skyler Jenkins, Queen Creek, AZ, 30.5; 6. Taytum Brito, Tonopah, AZ, 23.5; 7. Sheyenne Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 20.5; 8. Payton Hannan, Wittmann, AZ, 14.5 Girls Breakaway 1. Katelynn Parry, Phoenix, AZ, 34; 2. Micayla Parks, Maricopa, AZ, 26; 3. Kaila Helms, Desert Hills, AZ, 25; 4. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 19; 5. Jaycie Cundall, Queen Creek, AZ, 9; 6. Skyler Jenkins, Queen Creek, AZ, 8; 7. Sam Sullivan, Scottsdale, AZ, 7; 8. Rhaeanne Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 5 Girls Goat Tying 1. Sami Wengert, Casa Grande, AZ, 50; 2. Kirsten Peterson-Johnson, Laveen, AZ, 40; 3. Aliana Sanders, Tucson, AZ, 39; 4. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 23; 5. Fallyn Mills, Maricopa, AZ, 22; 6. Katelynn Parry, Phoenix, AZ, 20; 7. Danett Hacker, Tonopah, AZ, 16; 8. Skyler Jenkins, Queen Creek, AZ, 14
Girls Pole Bending 1. Skyler Jenkins, Queen Creek, AZ, 53; 2. Jaycie Cundall, Queen Creek, AZ, 48; 3. Sami Wengert, Casa Grande, AZ, 34; 4. Danett Hacker, Tonopah, AZ, 29.5; 5. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 19; 6. Savannah Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 19; 7. Taytum Brito, Tonopah, AZ, 19; 8. Sheyenne Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 17 Girls Ribbon Roping 1. Katelynn Parry, Phoenix, AZ, 51; 2. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 40; 3. Sheyenne Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 35; 4. Rhaeanne Reidhead, Gilbert, AZ, 19; 5. Micayla Parks, Maricopa, AZ, 16; 6. Sami Wengert, Casa Grande, AZ, 16; 7. Aliana Sanders, Tucson, AZ, 14; 8. Caylen Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 10 Girls Team Roping 1. Katelynn Parry, Phoenix, AZ, 29; 2. Micayla Parks, Maricopa, AZ, 28; 3. Savannah Fowlie, Phoenix, AZ, 17; 4. Sami Wengert, Casa Grande, AZ, 17; 5. Caslyn Weidenbener, Queen Creek, AZ, 15; 6. Kaila Helms, Desert Hills, AZ, 10; 7. Sheyenne Lincoln, Willcox, AZ, 9; 8. Caylen Haggard, Buckeye, AZ, 8 Teen Boys Calf Roping 1. Wyatt Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 58; 2. Grady Gowin, Marana, AZ, 29; 3. Ritner Browning, Prescott Valley, AZ, 17; Boys Calf Tying; 1. Wyatt Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 56; 2. Ritner Browning, Prescott Valley, AZ, 49; 3. Grady Gowin, Marana, AZ, 30; 4. Jayson Campbell, Safford, AZ, 26; 5. Nicholas Johnson, Scottsdale, AZ, 22 Boys Ribbon Roping 1. Wyatt Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 60; 2. Chance Lowe, Tucson, AZ, 31; 3. Nicholas Johnson, Scottsdale, AZ, 27; 4. Ritner Browning, Prescott Valley, AZ, 17; 5. Jayson Campbell, Safford, AZ, 9; Boys Steer Stoping 1. Nicholas Johnson, Scottsdale, AZ, 37; 2. Wyatt Hershberger, Litchfield, AZ, 30; 3. Jayson Campbell, Safford, AZ, 29; 4. Ritner Browning, Prescott Valley, AZ, 8 Boys Team Roping 1. Nicholas Johnson, Scottsdale, AZ, 10; 2. Jayson Campbell, Safford, AZ, 10; Girls Barrel Racing; 1. Bailey Hickman, Prescott Valley, AZ, 45; 2. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 44; 3. Madison Hunt, Waddell, AZ, 36; 4. Ona Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 33; 5. Shaylee Sommerfeld, Maricopa, AZ, 28; 6. Talena Campbell, Safford, AZ, 27; 7. Elizabeth Redline, Glendale, AZ, 21; 8. Austyn Holden, Flagstaff, AZ, 18 Teen Girls Breakaway 1. Savana Egge, New River, AZ, 30; 2. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 30; 3. Chantal Savoie, Scottsdale, AZ, 24; 4. Katie Eckhardt, El Mirage, AZ, 15; 5. Ona Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 9; 6. Kaitlin Gapen, San Tan Valley, AZ, 9; 7. Madison Hunt, Waddell, AZ, 9; 8. Lexi Lowe, Tucson, AZ, 8 Teen Girls Goat Tying 1. Lexi Lowe, Tucson, AZ, 57; 2. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 47; 3. Bailey Hickman, Prescott Valley, AZ, 34; 4. Shaylee Sommerfeld, Maricopa, AZ, 29; 5. Makena Burris, Queen Creek, AZ, 25; 6. Savana Egge, New River, AZ, 18; 7. Jessilee James, Buckeye, AZ, 18; 8. Talena Campbell, Safford, AZ, 17 Teen Girls Pole Bend 1. Bailey Hickman, Prescott Valley, AZ, 44; 2. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 40; 3. Austyn Holden, Flagstaff, AZ, 33.5; 4. Ona Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 30; 5. Madison Hunt, Waddell, AZ, 29; 6. Jessilee James, Buckeye, AZ, 28; 7. Kailynn Bray, Chino Valley, AZ, 27; 8. Elizabeth Redline, Glendale, AZ, 20 Teen Girls Ribbon Ro 1. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 37; 2. Shaylee
Sommerfeld, Maricopa, AZ, 26; 3. Bailey Hickman, Prescott Valley, AZ, 22; 4. Ona Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 20; 5. Cheyanne Northrop, 11; 6. Makena Burris, Queen Creek, AZ, 10; 7. Lexi Lowe, Tucson, AZ, 10; 8. Faith Billingsley, Wickenburg, AZ, 10 Teen Girls Team Roping 1. Kaylee Billingsley, Phoenix, AZ, 16; 2. Shaylee Sommerfeld, Maricopa, AZ, 10; 3. Madison Hunt, Waddell, AZ, 10; 4. Makena Burris, Queen Creek, AZ, 9; 5. Lexi Lowe, Tucson, AZ, 8; 6. Ona Martin, Prescott Valley, AZ, 7
Peewee boys event winners, Kaden Lincoln Dummy roping, Nate Rodrigues - Reserve All Around, Caden Hooper - Barrel, Pole, Goat tail pull, Flags and All Around Cowboy
Peewee girls All Around Cowgirl Roxie Jo Higgens, Peewee girl Reserve All Around Cowgirl Alexis Molina
Peewee girls event winners; Makenna Morford Dummy roping, Aubrey Reidhead - Goat tail pull, Roxie Jo Higgins - Poles, Alexis Molina Barrels, Lily Kline - Flag Race
New Mexico 4-H Rodeo Program Ends 2013 and Prepares for 2014 For more information, contact Rick Richardson at the New Mexico State 4-H Office, 575646-3026 2013 New Mexico 4-H State Rodeo Year End Standings And Finals Average Winners Grants, New Mexico Senior Division All Around Layne Kellar, 369; Jake South, 365.5; Kalyn Hazen, 356; Jordan Morris, 351; Judson South, 301; Baylee Henderson, 273.5; Jordan Woodbury, 245; Brock Powell, 232; Regan Chavez, 231; Lacy Year End All Around Saddle Winners, Layne Kellar, Delaney Garner , 225 Gonzales, Jocelyn Massey Breakaway Jake South, 97.5; Layne Kellar, 87; Jordan Morris, 74; Judson South, 72; Cordell Davis, 52; he New Mexico 4-H Rodeo Program Average Winner - Layne Kellar finished off the year in Grants, NM. It Barrels was a great way to end a successful year and Kalyn Hazen, 126; Lacy Garner , 122; Micah Spurgeon, when it was all said and done the prize line 100; Jordan Woodbury, 88; Jordan Morris, 87; Average for the 2013 Finals totaled over $25,000. The Winner - Kalyn Hazen 2013 Rodeo Season saw over 580 contestants Ribbon Roping compete at 4-H Rodeos all across New Layne Kellar, 108; Jake South, 87; Christian Hopkins, Mexico throughout the year. The contestants 85; Judson South, 76; Regan Chavez, 67 came from towns like Silver City, Socorro, T Average Winner - Layne Kellar or C, Reserve, Las Cruces, Tucumcari and Goats many more in-between. Jordan Morris, 113; Kalyn Hazen, 108; Jordan “We had a very successful season this Woodbury, 78; Brina Riley, 77; Kasey Brown, 64 year.” Said Rick Richardson, Interim State 4Average Winner - Jordan Morris H Head. “It is great to see so many kids Poles participating in the rodeo program. It not Baylee Henderson, 108; Lacy Garner, 103; Kalyn only provides for some great rodeo action but Hazen, 95; Jordan Morris, 77; Teryn Brown, 73; Average this program also focuses on providing great Winner - Baylee Henderson youth development opportunities.” Tie Down The 4-H Rodeo Program is part of the Jake South, 105; Layne Kellar, 103; Judson South, 90; larger State 4-H Program at New Mexico Regan Chavez, 79; Brock Powell, 65; Average Winner State University. The 4-H program provides Jake South Heading youth with opportunities to learn skills, gain Tel Pickett, 74; Layne Kellar, 71; Judson South, 63; knowledge, have fun, and make contributions Kenyon Bearup, 58; Cordell Davis, 53; Average Winner in such areas as environmental education, - Tel Pickett community service, and current youth issues. Heeling “The finals this year went really well, we Jake South, 76; Brock Powell, 70; Karter Bearup, 69; had a lot of great young rodeo talent and I Regan Chavez, 52; Tel Pickett, 42; Average Winner look forward to watching them all again next Regan Chavez year.” Said E.D. Edwards, President of the Steer Wrestling State 4-H Rodeo Board. “It is amazing to see Brock Powell, 67; Landon Prouty, 60; Justin Prouty, 9; all the great awards at the finals, especially Average Winner - Landon Prouty when it is all donated like it is. We are Bull Riding already starting to work on next year and I Emilio Segura, 68; Colton Hand, 58; Saddle Bronc; think it is just going to get bigger and better.” Brandon Mize, 58; Karter Bearup, 29; Brock Powell, 19; 2014 Looks to be another great year for Average Winner - Brandon Mize the 4-H Rodeo Program, so don’t miss the Junior Division opportunity to participate. The New Mexico All Around 4-H Rodeo Program is the largest rodeo Delaney Gonzales, 376; O.T. Edwards, 356; Tee Pickett, association in New Mexico. Contact your 305; K’dayl Looney, 297.5; Gracie Craig, 270; Jorrell County Extension Agent to get registered. Mirabal, 266; Chazlin Lesueur, 242; Peyton Lewis, 242; Enrollment deadlines vary between counties. Sienna Bruton, 230; Nakona Danley, 226
Breakaway Chazlin Lesueur, 83; Jorrell Mirabal, 77; Delaney Gonzales, 67; Gracie Craig, 63; Peyton Lewis, 63; Average Winner - Delaney Gonzales Barrel Delaney Gonzales, 136; K’dayl Looney, 105; Gracie Craig, 95; Nakona Danley, 68; Jamee Middagh, 66; Average Winner - Delaney Gonzales Ribbon Roping O.T. Edwards, 134; Jorrell Mirabal, 95; Melissa Gabaldon, 75; Peyton Lewis, 59; Tee Pickett, 41; Average Winner - O.T. Edwards Goats Lyndsey Orris, 107.5; Sienna Bruton, 102; Delaney Gonzales, 92; K’dayl Looney, 88.5; Melissa Gabaldon, 79; Average Winner - Sienna Bruton Poles Gracie Craig, 95; Jennika Finch, 89; Emilee Parra, 84; Delaney Gonzales, 81; K’dayl Looney, 80; Average Winner - Chazlin Lesueur Tie Down Roping Tee Pickett, 109; Jorrell Mirabal, 84; Peyton Lewis, 72; O.T. Edwards, 71; Average Winner - Tee Pickett Heading O.T. Edwards, 91; Tee Pickett, 55; Peyton Lewis, 48; Melissa Gabaldon, 28; Lyndsey Orris, 18; Average Winner - Peyton Lewis Heeling Tee Pickett, 100; Chazlin Lesueur, 10 Bulls Ed Woodbury, 29; Isaiah Grijalva, 20 Novice Division All Around Jocelyn Massey, 381.5; Shacie Marr, 363; Sterlin English, 324; Faith Riley, 312; Jake Orris, 299.5; Kayce Edwards, 282; Jaxson Mirabal, 264.5; Bailey Massey, 263; Fallon Geommer, 226; Cooper Autrey, 221 Breakaway Sterlin English, 104; Tierney Washburn, 82; Jake Orris, 77; Parker Lewis, 74; Jaxson Mirabal, 70; Average Winner - Sterlin English Barrels Bailey Massey, 121; Jocelyn Massey, 110; Shacie Marr, 99; Fallon Goemmer, 82; Kayce Edwards, 65; Average Winner - Shacie Marr Flags Shacie Marr, 116; Krysta Barajas, 93; Kayce Edwards, 86; Jocelyn Massey, 86; Avery Ledesma, 76; Average Winner - Shacie Marr Step Down Jake Orris, 85; Sterlin English, 83; Cooper Autrey, 75; Creed West, 62; Kade Goemmer, 44; Average Winner Sterlin English Goats Faith Riley, 106; Fallon Goemmer, 95; Jocelyn Massey, 87.5; Kayce Edwards, 85; Tierney Washburn, 84; Average Winner - Shacie Marr Poles Jocelyn Massey, 98; Baylee Motes, 97; Faith Riley, 93; Shacie Marr, 81; Jaxson Mirabal, 78; Average Winner Jocelyn Massey Steer Stopping Jake Orris, 99.5; Sterlin English, 94; Cooper Autrey, 58; Kade Goemmer, 37; Parker Lewis, 28; Average Winner Sterlin English Steer Riding Brewen Middagh, 60; Charles Perkins, 9
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f you have been looking for a place to have an event, well now you can add another location to your list. If you have been looking for a place to have a roping, rodeo or anything that requires an arena, you can add another location to your list. If you have been looking for a place to have a party, wedding or even a corporate retreat
Dennis Chavez, Owner of DC Club and SW Event Center
Entrance to the Southwest Event Center
Bar area in the DC Club
you can add another location to your list. That location is the DC Club and Southwest Event Center in Los Lunas, New Mexico. Southwest Livestock Sale Ring Dennis Chavez, owner of the DC Club and Southwest Event Center, his pens. This porch makes for a great place daughter Brittany and their crew have to enjoy a beverage and take in some been working hard the past couple of rodeo action as well. As you enter the years to improve and expand their DC Club, once inside you will see the facility. After a couple of years of hard attention to detail and the amount of time work they are ready and open for your and labor that was spent in an effort to business. The DC Club and Southwest highlight history and preserve the Event Center is located at 24 Dalies Rd, western look and feel. On the wall Los Lunas, NM 87031. If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at this facility adjacent to the dance floor is a painting of Dennis’s Father, Sonny Chavez. The for your next event, now is the time. It is obvious that Dennis has pulled out painting was done just before Sonny died in 1976. “My dad was a great man, and all the stops in his effort to build a top taught me the values that I carry with me notch facility. From the arena and the today,” says Dennis, “even though he is arena ground, to the nice wide open deck not with us on earth today, I wanted him that wraps around the bar and dance hall, his attention to detail, focus on preserving to be a part of this place.” Using some creative resources also local history and the true western look gives this facility the look and feel of the and feel, is right on the mark. west. Surrounding the stage you will As your enter the facility through the notice that the railing is handmade and large adobe wall entrance with the includes used horseshoes to give it a longhorn steer skull above, you get your great western look. That style continues first glimpse of the nice wrap-around as you head to the bar and notice the foot porch upstairs that once you make your rest at the bottom of the bar also includes way up to, allows you a great view of the that same horseshoe pattern. Many other arena, grandstands and the livestock
View towards arena off of wrap-around porch
items from a vintage jukebox, a beautiful silver studded pony saddle, to a collection of antique bits that hang behind the bar make this a place you would truly enjoy to be the host of your next event. The SW Livestock Auction has been the main business for Dennis at this location for the last 16 years. The rodeo and roping arena have been in place for the past five years now, but this latest addition of the DC Club started about two years ago and has finished off the center to where now the event center is one of a kind in the area. “I have always been involved in the western lifestyle, from 4-H to junior rodeo when I was a kid, to roping as an adult” say Dennis, “Now I have family that are involved in that lifestyle and I wanted to help build an asset for the community that would support those kind of events.” The DC Club is indeed an asset to the community and if you are planning an event it would be worth a trip or call to see if this facility might work for you. For events taking place at the DC Club and Southwest Event Center or for hosting your event go to www.southwesteventcenter.com or take a trip out and visit with Dennis.
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2013 PRCA World Standings Courtesy of PRCA – ProRodeo Final through Nov. 11, 2013 All-Around 1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, $255,242; 2. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas, $133,024; 3. Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev., $114,848; 4. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah, $95,832; 5. Steven Dent, Mullen, Neb., $86,223; 6. Shane Proctor, Grand Coulee, Wash., $85,384; 7. Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas, $81,824; 8. Landon McClaugherty, Tilden, Texas, $77,684; 9. JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas, $73,988; 10. Ryan Jarrett, Comanche, Okla., $70,557 Bareback Riding 1. Bobby Mote, Culver, Ore., $126,194; 2. Kaycee Feild, Payson, Utah, $120,375; 3. Will Lowe, Canyon, Texas, $115,045; 4. Ryan Gray, Cheney, Wash., $108,287; 5. Wes Stevenson, Lubbock, Texas, $88,409; 6. J.R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo., $84,729; 7. Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D., $84,321; 8. Steven Peebles, Redmond, Ore., $81,800;
9. Austin Foss, Terrebonne, Ore., $77,936; 10. Steven Dent, Mullen, Neb., $75,116 Steer Wrestling 1. Casey Martin, Sulphur, La., $108,938; 2. Trevor Knowles, Mount Vernon, Ore., $101,528; 3. Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas, $90,366; 4. Jason Miller, Lance Creek, Wyo., $74,070; 5. Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan., $69,266; 6. K.C. Jones, Decatur, Texas, $69,207; 7. Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas, $65,007; 8. Dean Gorsuch, Gering, Neb., $64,351; 9. Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss., $63,007; 10. Stan Branco, Chowchilla, Calif., $62,585 Team Roping (header) 1. Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont., $112,994; 2. Kaleb Driggers, Albany, Ga., $105,445; 3. Brandon Beers, Powell Butte, Ore., $97,373; 4. Erich Rogers, Round Rock, Ariz., $94,863; 5. Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas, $79,383; 6. Riley Minor, Ellensburg, Wash., $78,672; 7. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, $78,048; 8. Nick Sartain,
Dover, Okla., $77,243; 9. Derrick Begay, Seba Dalkai, Ariz., $76,797; 10. Drew Horner, Plano, Texas, $72,742 Team Roping (heeler) 1. Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev., $110,607; 2. Travis Graves, Jay, Okla., $110,088; 3. Jim Ross Cooper, Monument, N.M., $105,195; 4. Cory Petska, Marana, Ariz., $94,762; 5. Brady Minor, Ellensburg, Wash., $78,672; 6. Patrick Smith, Lipan, Texas, $78,048; 7. Rich Skelton, Llano, Texas, $77,296; 8. Cesar de la Cruz, Tucson, Ariz., $76,059; 9. Kollin VonAhn, Blanchard, Okla., $74,494; 10. Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo., $71,884 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Cody Wright, Milford, Utah, $128,703; 2. Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah, $108,950; 3. Chad Ferley, Oelrichs, S.D., $103,771; 4. Tyler Corrington, Hastings, Minn., $97,927; 5. Jacobs Crawley, Stephenville, Texas, $96,513; 6. Cort Scheer, Elsmere, Neb., $89,731; 7. Jake Wright, Milford, Utah, $88,095; 8. Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas,
2013 Turquoise Circuit Standings Courtesy of PRCA – ProRodeo (Through the RTCFR in Las Cruces, NM) All-Around 1. Donovan James Yazzie, Brimhall, NM, $14,129 2. Johnny Bernard Salvo, Datil, NM, $11,719 3. Willis Alonzo Danley, Tularosa, NM, $7,712 4. Chance E Kelton, Mayer, AZ, $7,587 5. Joseph C Parsons, Marana, AZ, $6,987 6. Wyatt Althoff (deceased), Gilbert, AZ, $6,455 7. Brent A Lewis, Eloy, AZ, $6,257 8. Garrett Ryan Hale, Snyder, TX, $5,771 9. Justin Tyke Kipp, Lordsburg, NM, $5,522 10. Seth T Hall, Fair Acres, NM, $5,369 Bareback Riding 1. Shon Brett Gibson, Taylor, AZ, $5,710 2. Jared Wesley Green, Yeso, NM, $4,908 3. Wyatt T Hancock, Snowflake, AZ, $4,901 4. Delvecchio Kaye, Round Rock, AZ, $4,082 5. Anthony Michael Buckman, La Mesa, NM, $3,253 6. Kory Hart, clovis, NM, $1,578 7. Luke Cash Creasy, Levelland, TX, $1,331 8. Cash Kerner, Cave Creek, AZ, $661 9. Jacob J Etsitty, Chinle, AZ, $449 10. Sam Scott Stuart, Lovington, NM, $339 Steer Wrestling 1. Pepe J Arballo, Wittman, AZ, $8,511 2. Damian I Padilla, Rio Rico, AZ, $6,049 3. Christian R Pettigrew, Ft. Sumner, NM, $5,514 4. Michael N Bates Jr., Tohatchi, NM, $5,312 5. Timothy J Robertson, Marana, AZ, $4,517 6. Kurt Forrest Stallings, Clovis, NM, $4,482 7. Justin Tyke Kipp, Lordsburg, NM, $3,953 8. Ben Bates Jr., Tohatchi, NM, $3,938
9. Charles Hayden Moore, Clovis, NM, $3,357 10. Trey Joseph Nahrgang, Buckeye, AZ, $3,220 Team Roping (Header) 1. Jake Barnes, Scottsdale, AZ, $11,654 2. Brock Garrett Hanson, Grand Junction, CO, $8,964 3. Kyle Vernon Roberts, Durango, CO, $8,425 4. Erich James Rogers, Ft. McDowell, AZ, $8,290 5. Travis Wayne Whitlow, Queen Creek, AZ, $6,486 6. Aaron S Tsinigine, Tuba City, AZ, $6,169 7. Derrick James Begay, Winslow, AZ, $5,325 8. Chance Kiehne, Eagar, AZ, $5,113 9. Thomas Wesley Richards, Humboldt, AZ, $4,690 10. Travis R Bard, Chino Valley, AZ, $4,518 Team Roping (Heeler) 1. Cory Petska, Lexington, OK, $9,332 2. Trevor Hank Brown, Payson, AZ, $9,032 3. Walt H Woodard, Stephenville, TX, $7,857 4. Tyler William Whitlow, Queen Creek, AZ, $6,486 5. Wordy B Wilkerson, Stanfield, AZ, $5,684 6. Cody Pearson, Tucson, AZ, $5,413 7. Jordan Daniel Olson, Surprise, AZ, $5,129 8. Corban Moore Livingston, Santa Teresa, NM, $5,099 9. Johnny Bernard Salvo, Datil, NM, $4,914 10. Diego R Castillo, Belen, NM, $4,840 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. Taos Muncy, Corona, NM, $12,976 2. Brandon Marcel Biebelle, San Lorenzo, NM, $9,621 3. Chance Barnes, Flora VIsta, NM, $5,519 4. Brady Edward Dinwoodie, Griffin, SK, $4,732 5. Cody L Taton, Corona, NM, $3,349 6. Cooper Ray DeWitt, Rio Rico, AZ, $3,102
7. Magin Lane Montoya, Roy, NM, $2,431 8. Shaun Michael Ebert, Pearce, AZ, $2,329 9. Justin Tyke Kipp, Lordsburg, NM, $1,569 10. Devyn M Sisneros, Lamesa, TX, $410 Tie-Down Roping 1. Jesse Levi Clark, Portales, NM, $15,579 2. Donovan James Yazzie, Brimhall, NM, $11,721 3. Jesse D Kibbe, Portales, NM, $9,849 4. Johnny Bernard Salvo, Datil, NM, $6,805 5. Joseph C Parsons, Marana, AZ, $6,617 6. Ross Kooper Saiz, Flora Vista, NM, $6,413 7. Garrett Ryan Hale, Snyder, TX, $5,665 8. John Pete Etcheverry, Mesquite, NM, $4,868 9. Billy Bob Brown, Stephenville, TX, $4,656 10. Jerrad Beau Hofstetter, Lubbock, TX, $4,580 Steer Roping 1. Chance E Kelton, Mayer, AZ, $6,092 2. Brent A Lewis, Eloy, AZ, $6,017 3. John Casey Sisk, Corona, NM, $2,892 4. Rick C Kieckhefer, Prescott, AZ, $1,252 5. Mike Thompson, Hobbs, NM, $578 6. Garrett Ryan Hale, Snyder, TX, $106 Bull Riding 1. Scottie Darwin Knapp, Albuquerque, NM, $11,172 2. Tustin C Daye, Lupton, AZ, $7,027 3. Willis Alonzo Danley, Tularosa, NM, $7,007 4. Cameron Scott Mullins, Phoenix, AZ, $5,375 5. Troy James, Phoenix, AZ, $4,582 6. Craig Shawn Begay, Many Farms, AZ, $4,024 7. Daniel Jay Etsitty, Kayenta, AZ, $3,893 8. Hernald B John, Tsaile, AZ, $3,336 9. Terrance Blaine Granger, Tuba City, AZ, $3,256 10. Kevin Shane Salazar, Winslow, AZ, $3,142
$83,951; 9. Wade Sundell, Boxholm, Iowa, $81,913; 10. Cole Elshere, Faith, S.D., $80,698 Tie-Down Roping 1. Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas, $135,164; 2. Tyson Durfey, Colbert, Wash., $97,985; 3. Cody Ohl, Hico, Texas, $94,943; 4. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, $93,866; 5. Scott Kormos, Teague, Texas, $93,520; 6. Timber Moore, Aubrey, Texas, $83,196; 7. Sterling Smith, Stephenville, Texas, $79,188; 8. Justin Maass, Giddings, Texas, $78,047; 9. Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas, $76,373; 10. Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La., $72,906 Steer Roping 1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, $84,221; 2. Rocky Patterson, Pratt, Kan., $80,162; 3. Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas, $68,977; 4. JoJo LeMond,
Andrews, Texas, $64,971; 5. J. Tom Fisher, Andrews, Texas, $60,412; 6. Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas, $59,646; 7. Chet Herren, Pawhuska, Okla., $58,791; 8. J.P. Wickett, Sallisaw, Okla., $57,124; 9. Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas, $56,306; 10. Jess Tierney, Hermosa, S.D., $54,715 Bull Riding 1. J.W. Harris, Mullin, Texas, $130,383; 2. Tyler Smith, Fruita, Colo., $99,085; 3. Cole Echols, Elm Grove, La., $96,275; 4. Josh Koschel, Nunn, Colo., $94,230; 5. Cody Teel, Kountze, Texas, $93,064; 6. Cody Campbell, Summerville, Ore., $89,151; 7. Cooper Davis, Jasper, Texas, $83,399; 8. Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont., $82,238; 9. Trevor Kastner, Ardmore, Okla., $81,207; 10. Shane Proctor, Grand Coulee, Wash., $75,859
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that nightmarish event years ago… working my way around mound after mound of piled horse crap, that literally could not be removed fast enough and fighting your way through a tangled logistical nightmare of arenas, stall barns and parking hell… nothing but complete congratulations are in order for all the changes and remodeling that the OKC fairgrounds has incorporated over the last several years. I can’t imagine there is another facility on the planet that could handle an event like the NFTR with the same level of efficiency. As for the event itself, as usual, the geographical location lends itself to be represented disproportionally by ropers form Texas and Oklahoma, but that does not mean ropers from New Mexico and Arizona didn’t make their presence known. No question the most noteworthy was the performance by Arizonans, Aaron Tsinigine and 7-time world Champion, Clay Cooper. Even though Clay now lists Gardenville, NV as home, he will always be an Arizonan to most of us. Together, Tsinigine and Cooper
fought through an assembled collection of the very best team ropers in the world in the Open. Finishing out in spectacular fashion, their short-go winning time of 5.85, put them on top in one of the best short rounds ever. I’m sure it was something they won’t soon forget either… NFTR, U.S. Open Champions, and over $100,000 in cash, that’s a pretty good day. All totaled, ropers from Arizona and New Mexico hauled away about a half million in cash. And with that, the 2013 USTRC season came to an end and the new season has already begun. Congratulations to the USTRC for once again leading by example. Their continued efforts in expanding the sport and the unparalleled job they do in bringing team ropers an event where National Champions can be crowned across a wide variety of skill levels is what not only keeps the sport alive, but keeps an entire industry moving forward. …..Great Job!
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NEW MEXICO JR. HIGH SCHOOL NEW MEXICO HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSOCIATION RODEO ASSOCIATION Go to www.nmhighschoolrodeo.com for NMHSRA information
2014 Spring Schedule Clovis - March 29 & 30 (with HS) April 12 & 13 - To Be Arranged Grants - April 26 & 27 Gallup - May 10 & 11 (with HS) State Finals, Lovington - May 24-26 National Junior High Finals Rodeo June 22-28, 2014 Des Moines, Iowa The Saddle Bronc riding will remain a non-sanctioned (optional) event for the 2013-2014 school year. This event will not be at the NJHSFR in 2014. If you are having problems with your school recognizing NM Junior High Rodeos as a sanctioned sport please let Sharmyn know and she will email you a message from NMAA verifying that rodeo is a recognized sport.
Event Standings as of October 27, 2013 Bareback Riding
Wyatt Harper, 60 Bull Riding
Jacob Spencer, 66; Dustin Martinez, 47; Lane Wimberly, 45; Morgan Brown, 10 Boyâ€™s Cutting
Chace Valdez, 97; Derek Runyan, 84; Matthew McGlasson, 60; Ty Gatlin, 56 Calf Roping
Pryce Marez, 45; Kyle Burress, 44; Jace Davis, 39; Joshua Walker, 38 Saddle Bronc Riding
Leon Fountain, 47; Lane Wimberly, 30; Ralf LeSueur, 16; 4/5.Ross Griffin, 10; 4/5.Randal Fuchs, 10 Steer Wrestling
Lorenzo Lara, 55; Chace Valdez, 45; Sterling Cowdrey, 35; Garret Jacobs, 28 Team Roping
Arizona Junior Rodeo Association 2013/2014 Rodeo Schedule January 24-25 Casa Grande, AZ Mail in Entries due 1/10/14 Online entries due 1/15/14 February 8-9 Lake Havasu, AZ Mail in Entries due 1/24/14 Online entries due 1/29/14
March 8-9 Wickenburg, AZ Mail in entries due 2/21/14 Online entries due 2/26/14 April 12-13 Buckeye, AZ Mail in entries due 3/28/14 Online entries due 4/2/14 May 17-18 Finals Prescott, AZ Mail in entries due 5/2/14 Online entries due 5/7/14
Derek Runyan, 41; Braiden Washburn, 41; Jake South, 37; Wesley Gudgell, 34 Barrel Racing
Sierra Spratt, 66; Ariana Sanchez, 63; Bailey Harwell, 56; Baillie Wiseman, 54 Breakaway Roping
Hunter Haley, 65; Abby Medlin, 50; Madison Haley, 41; Leann Herring, 37 Girls Cutting
Holly McGlasson, 75.5; Kelsi Lamb, 77.5; LeighAnn Scribner, 78; Ashly Rice, 71 Goat Tying
LeighAnn Scribner, 62.5; Abby Medlin, 58; Hunter Haley, 56; Lany Elkins, 52 Pole Bending
Kenna Sullivan, 75; Bailey Harwell, 64; Bethanie Shofner, 57; Baillie Wiseman, 56
NEW MEXICO RODEO ASSOCIATION www.nmrodeo.org APPROVED STOCK CONTRACTORS 2013
W/A Rodeo Company Buster Webb 505-632-2350 6 X 6 Rodeo Company Carl Bradley 575-758-3459 Tsosie Brothers Rodeo Company Harrison or Tommie Tsosie 505-368-4315 Casper Baca Rodeo Company Casper Baca 505-287-9534 Crossroads Rodeo Company Mark Sanchez 970-739-3851 Nunn’s Frontier Rodeo Company Gary Nunn 505-450-6724
DEMONSTRATING STOCK CONTRACTOR C5/ Rodeo Company Jeremy & Amanda Sours 505-290-6749 or 505-409-5928
NMRA-APPROVED FIELD SECRETARIES - 2013 Janice Aragon 505/366-4929 Susi Kaufman 928/587-3478
Jana Muncy 505/238-9415
Amber Gillreath 505/235-9216
NMRA Contact Information! State Secretary - Carrie Richardson 575/937-0851 PO Box 1101; Capitan, NM 88316 firstname.lastname@example.org CES - Amber Gillreath 505/864-9426 email@example.com
Special Thanks To All of Our Sponsors! NMRA Elite Sponsor Healy Foundation Rancho Milagro Ed & Trudy Healy, Taos, NM NMRA Association Sponsors Davis Hats, Santa Fe, NM Sponsored a custom hat to the All Around Cowboy and Cowgirl.
Farmers Electric Coop., Clovis, NM Joe’s Boot Shop, Clovis, NM Official Feed Sponsor 2013 NMRA Finals Rodeo Hi Pro Clovis Livestock Auction Steer Wrestling Sponsors Saddle Sponsor Yates Petroleum Corp., Artesia, NM
Roswell Livestock, Roswell, NM Paul’s Vet Supply, Roswell, NM First Savings Bank, Ruidoso, NM
B & M Automotive, Ruidoso, NM Brewer Oil Company
Breakaway Sponsors LDH Enterprises LLC, Albuquerque, NM
Andy’s Mechanic Service, Capitan, NM PHI, Socorro, NM
Calf Roping Sponsors Edgmon Trucking
Bull Riding Sponsors Saddle Sponsor Sierra Blanca Motors, Ruidoso, NM
Saddle Bronc Sponsors Chenault Consulting, Inc. W/A Rodeo’s, Bloomfield, NM
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Barrel Racing Sponsors Saddle Sponsor Total Equine, Weatherford, TX City of Socorro, Socorro, NM New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM
Farm Credit, Albuquerque, NM Badlands Towing and Road Service, Lordsburg, NM Kipp Cattle Company, Lordsburg, NM
Mule Creek Tool Company, Deming, NM
Flying E Arena, Safford, AZ Security Title Abstract, Socorro, NM
Wilson Excavating, Capitan, NM
Mesa Vista Veterinary Hospital, Raton, NM
Protégé Excavation Thomas Plumbing & Heating Inc. Rancho Milagro Ed & Trudy Healy Inc. Team Roper Heeler Sponsors Wells Fargo, Springer, NM Protégé Excavation Thomas Plumbing & Heating Inc. Rancho Milagro Ed & Trudy Healy Open Team Roping Sponsors Custom Welding, Belen, NM
NMRA Membership Application and General Information can be found at www.nmrodeo.org.
President - John Adams - 575/779-3105 • Vice President - Jim Arnold - 520/507-0463 • Bareback Director - OPEN Open Calf Roping Director - Rylan Edgmon - 575/740-3492 • Breakaway Director - Katelyn McRee - 970/946-1052 Saddle Bronc Director - Chance Barnes - 505/320-2419 • Steer Wrestling Director - OPEN Bull Riding Director - OPEN • Open Team Roping Director - Brandon Gonzales - 505/306-7084 • Inc. Team Roping Director - Lee Knox - 575/937-7486 Open Barrel Racing Director - Laura Haines - 505/835-2460 • Inc. Barrel Racing Director - Tammy Arnold - 520/507-0464 Judges Coordinator - Stoney Neufang - 520/241-0414 • State Secretary - Carrie Richardson - 575/937-0851 • Central Entry Secretary - Amber Gillreath - 505/864-9426
NMRA 2013 Year End Standings BULL RIDING 1. Fowler Westin, Las Cruces, NM, $5,612; 2. Travis Briscoe, Albuquerque, NM, $3,175; 3. Lane Wimberly, Belen, NM, $2,246.85; 4. Tanner Harvey, Ruidoso, NM, $1,389; 5. Robert Carrizales, Hondo, NM, $967; 6. Jake Carr, Tucumcari, NM, $661; 7. Brandon Gipson, Los Lunas, NM, $523; 8. Frank Archuleta, Ignacio, NM, $402; 9. Adrian Apadoca, Belen, NM, $286; 10. Wyatt Harper, Bosque Farms, NM, $267 SADDLE BRONC 1. Chance Barnes, Flora Vista, NM, $4,197; 2. Robert Burbank, Gallup, NM, $3,777; 3. Lane Wimberly, Belen, NM, $3,207.84; 4. Robert Aragon, $874;5. Cody Hendren, Albuquerque, NM, $567; 6. Jeb Loney, Tularosa, NM, $423; 7. Cody Joe Bonds, Adrian, TX, $357.86; 8. Colt Chlarson, Quemado, NM, $310 RANCH BRONC RIDING 1. Robert Carrizales, Hondo, NM, $212 BAREBACK 1. KC Petterson, Animas, NM, $1,970; 2. Zach Nugent, Albuquerque, NM, $585; 3. JR Chino, Mescalero, NM, $221 CALF ROPING 1. Seth Hall, Fair Acres, NM, $3,734; 2. JoDan Mirabal, Grants, NM, $3,682.90; 3. Chase Massengill, Santa Fe, NM, $2,759; 4. JD Kibbe, Portales, NM, $2,525.01; 5. Christian Sanchez, Bloomfield, NM, $2,088; 6. Johnny Salvo, Datil, NM, $1,802.39; 7. Kyle Dutton, Mesilla Park, NM, $1,603; 8. Wacey Walraven, Datil, NM, $1,367; 9. Chance Means, Radium Springs, NM, $1,330; 10. Joe Colletti, Raton, NM, $1,224; 11. Rylan Edgmon, Belen, NM, $1,052; 12. Bryce Runyan , Silver City, NM, $973; 13. Kooper Saiz, Flora Vista, NM, $885; 14. Wes Mack, Raton, NM, $671.58; 15. Chance Barnes, Flora Vista, NM, $505; 16. Tyson Runyan, $224; 17. Rusty Van Soelen, Durango, CO, $174; 18. Kit Pettigrew, Ft. Sumner, NM, $149.43; 19. Cort Smith, Caballo, NM, $100 INCENTIVE CALF ROPING 1. Travis Beck, BREAKAWAY 1. Peyton Cowdry, Peralta, NM, $2,695; 2. Chalon LeFebre, Bloomfield, NM, $2,374; 3. Marissa Muncy, Corona, NM, $1,248; 4. Shelby Montano, Thoreau, NM, $809; 5. Kelly Torske, $697; 6. Alice Pack, Aztec, NM, $686; 7. Jessie Briscoe, Albuquerque, NM, $587; 8. Katelyn McRee, Pagosa Springs, CO, $578; 9. Senna Mason Presley, Bloomfield, NM, $515; 10. Leah Platero, Fruitland, NM, $482; 11. Dixie Richards, Las Cruces, NM, $475; 12. Leighann Scribner, Edgewood, NM, $467; 13. Zoe Billings, $336; 14. Michellle Lente-Browning, Bosque Farms, NM, $203; 15. Jessica Silva, Tularosa, NM, $61 INCENTIVE BREAKAWAY 1. Ciera LeFebre, Bloomfield, NM, $798; 2. Michelle
Lente-Browning, Bosque Farms, NM, $154.56 LADIES GOAT TYING 1. Dixie Richards, Las Cruces, NM, $649; 2. Shelby Montano, Thoreau, NM, $276; 3. Kindee Wilson, Filer, ID, $248 STEER WRESTLING 1. Lymon Succo, Crownpoint, NM, $3,683.24; 2. Christian Pettigrew, Fort Sumner, NM, $2,901.26; 3. Wyatt Lindsay, Williamsburg, NM, $1,272.48; 4. Mike Murphy, Los Lunas, NM, $1,201; 5. Rusty Hamilton, Capitan, NM, $1,105; 6. Chase Massengill, Santa Fe, NM, $1,067; 7. Michael Bates, Mexican Springs, NM, $969; 8. Mike McGinn, Tucumcari, NM, $805; 9. Kyle Francis, Monte Vista, CO, $773; 10. Jake Trujillo, Los Alamos, NM, $675; 11. Lorenzo Lara, Los Lunas, NM, $484; 12. Grady Gray, Las Cruces, NM, $414; 13. Andrew Galloway, Albuquerque, NM, $189; 14. Lance Tolbert, Belen, NM, $143 OPEN BARREL RACING 1. Caren Lamb, Newkirk, NM, $7,344.11; 2. Kelsi Walraven, Datil, NM, $3,483.18; 3. Katlyn McRee, Pagosa Springs, CO, $2,157; 4. Bailey Wiseman, Aztec, NM, $1,875; 5. Amber Moore , Nucla, CO, $1,299.05; 6. Lisa McWhorter, Bosque Farms, NM, $963; 7. Leia Pluemer, Bosque Farms, NM, $641; 8. Nancy Velasquez, Blanco, NM, $613; 9. Leighann Scribner, Edgewood, NM, $454; 10. Tiffany Aragon, Tucumcari, NM, $387; 11. Chalon LeFebre, Bloomfield, NM, $257; 12. Carrie Richardson, Capitan, NM, $231; 13. Shiann Fleming, Clovis, NM, $154.00 INCENTIVE BARREL RACING 1. Katelyn McRee, Pagosa Springs, CO, $1,009; 2. Shiann Irwin, Las Cruces, NM, $949; 3. Carrie Richardson, Capitan, NM, $946; 4. Tammy Arnold, Lordsburg, NM, $889; 5. Laura Haines, Lemitar, NM, $671; 6. Tammi Francis, Monte Vista, CO, $601; 7. Tessa Salsedo, Lovington, NM, $489; 8. Jessica Silva, Tularosa, NM, $420; 9. Jessie Springer, Albuquerque, NM, $367; 10. Diana Wilson, Artesia, NM, $339; 11. Jim Wilhelminia, $315; 12. Chalon LeFebre, Bloomfield, NM, $249; 13. Whitney Haralson, $241; 14. Kelsi Walraven, Datil, NM, $221; 15. Nicky Larrabee, Edgewood, NM, $180 OPEN TEAM ROPING HEADER 1. Seth Hall, Fair Acres, NM, $4,860.24; 2. Bode Baize, Anthony, NM, $3,898; 3. Kyle Roberts, Durango, CO, $3,140.41; 4. Chase Massengill, Santa Fe, NM, $2,459; 5. Beau Lamb, Santa Rosa, NM, $2,419.50; 6. Cooper Wimberly, Estancia, NM, $1,865; 7. Sal Gomez, Bosque Farms, NM, $1,821.20; 8. David McCallister, Bosque Farms, NM, $1,448; 9. Lee Kiehne, Lemitar, NM, $1,201; 10. Rodee Walraven, Datil, NM, $955; 11. Kyle Honeyfield, Bosque Farms, NM, $913; 12. James Gilliland, Edgewood, NM, $639; 13. Chance Means, Radium Springs, NM, $483; 14. JoDan Mirabal, Grants, NM, $406; 15. Luis Martinez, Tierra Amarilla, NM, $406; 16. Twister Smith, Caballo, NM, $353; 17. Leo Martinez, Springer, NM, $311; 18. Brian Sullivan, Peralta, NM, $279; 19. Tim DeHerrera, La Jara, CO, $225; 20. Jesse Haynie, Las Cruces, NM, $170.50; 21.
Cody Garcia, Peralta, NM, $86 0PEN TEAM ROPING HEELER 1. Russell Sullivan, Peralta, NM, $7,397.61; 2. Justin Loya, Los Lunas, NM, $2,215; 3. JoDan Mirabal, Grants, NM, $2,198.70; 4. Brandon Gonzales, Eagar, AZ, $1,711; 5. Kory Bramwell, Magdalena, NM, $1,284; 6. James Gilliland, Edgewood, NM, $1,196; 7. Cade Passig, Capitan, NM, $1,124; 8. Marcus Elkins, Portales, NM, $1,035; 9. Eddie Nieto, Los Lunas, NM, $1,001; 10. Pedro Maestas, Tome, NM, $971; 11. Brian Sullivan, Peralta, NM, $913; 12. Frank Padilla, Las Vegas, NM, $802.50; 13. Tim Lamb, Newkirk, NM, $731; 14. Paul Gutierrez, $730; 15. Reno Eddy, Gallup, NM, $708.99; 16. Tim Gonzales, Peralta, NM, $559; 17. Seth Hall, Fair Acres, NM, $487; 18. Cody Garcia, Peralta, NM, $479; 19. DeDios JR, $430; 20. John Adams, Taos, NM, $396; 21. Cort Smith, Caballo, NM, $353; 22. Johnny Salvo, Las Cruces, NM, $349; 23. Diego Castillo, Belen, NM, $339; 24. Kyle Honeyfield, Bosque Farms, NM, $243; 25. Lee Knox, Arroyo Hondo, NM, $225; 26. Ricky Rathejin, Durango, CO, $208; 27. Jesse Haynie, Las Cruces, NM, $183; 28. Albert Claunch, La Jara, CO, $162; 29. Dominic Silva, Los Lunas, NM, $147; 30. Adam Esquibel, Las Vegas, NM, $86; INCENTIVE TEAM ROPING HEADER 1. Beau Lamb, Santa Rosa, NM, $4,571; 2. Kyle Roberts, Durango, CO, $3,450; 3. Paul Guiterrez, $1,393; 4. Leo Martinez, Springer, NM, $1,355; 5. Ryan Kuykendall, Tres Piedras, NM, $1,346; 6. Luis Martinez, Tierra Amarilla, NM, $1,232; 7. Tim DeHerrera, La Jara, CO, $1,125; 8. Seth Hall, Fair Acres, NM, $895; 9. Kyle Honeyfield, Bosque Farms, NM, $720; 10. Ky Berry, $666; 11. David McCallister, Bosque Farms, NM, $630; 12. Sterling Cowdrey, Bosque Farms, NM, $578; 13. JoDan Mirabal, $565; 14. Christian Sanchez, Bloomfield, NM, $553; 15. Cody Garcia, Peralta, NM, $507; 16. Sal Gomez, Bosque Farms, NM, $387; 17. Andreas Sanchez, Los Lunas, NM, $382; 18. Patches Martinez, $377; 19. Brandon Gonzales, $296; 20. Brett Clark, Magdalena, NM, $193; 21. Twister Smith, Caballo, NM, $157; 22. Robert Ansley, Moriarty, NM, $148 INCENTIVE TEAM ROPING HEELER 1. Marcus Elkins, Portales, NM, $3,296; 2. Albert Claunch, La Jara, CO, $2,268; 3. Ricky Rathejin, Durango, CO, $1,958; 4. Tim Lamb, Newkirk, NM, $1,398; 5. John Adams, Taos, NM, $1,146; 6. Frank Padilla, Las Vegas, NM, $1,045; 7. Robert Ansley, $979; 8. Branden Kuykendall, Tres Piedras, NM, $899; 9. Kyle Honeyfield, Bosque Farms, NM, $829; 10. Lee Knox, Arroyo Hondo, NM, $733; 11. Kurtis Berry, Las Cruces, NM, $666; 12. Ben Torres, Bosque Farms, NM, $630; 13. Dominic Silva, Los Lunas, NM, $578; 14. Adam Esquibel, Las Vegas, NM, $507; 15. Matthew Silva, Las Cruces, NM, $402; 16. David Malouff, La Jara, CO, $392; 17. Clay Acuna, Las Cruces, NM, $385; 18. Jim Knopp, Bosque Farms, NM, $296; 19. Clay Clark, Magdalena, NM, $193; 20. JoDan Mirabal, Grants, NM, $158; 21. Corley Henderson, Williamsburg, NM, $157; 22. Miles McCuller, Lake Arthur, NM, $148
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Bareback Riding Saddle Bronc Riding Bull Riding Flavian Tabaha Lowery Johnson
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47th Veteran’s Day Memorial Rodeo San Carlos, AZ November 9-10, 2013
Results Bareback Riding 1. Delveechio Kaye, 74, $1,103 Junior Bull Riding 1. Ely Way, 71, $315 2/3/4. Jimmy Beatty Jr., 69, $100 2/3/4. Frank Walker Jr., 69, $100 2/3/4. Travis Silversmith, 69, $100 Steer Wrestling 1. Mike Murphy, 4.4, $979 2. Michael Bates, 4.7, $734 3. Jeremiah Jodie, 5.4, $489 4. Donovan Yazzie, 5.5, $244 Tie Down Roping 1. Kee Etsitty Jr., 11.0, $1,020 2. Erich Rogers, 11.2, $765 3. Leroy Etsitty, 11.3, $510 4. Donovan Yazzie, 12.8, $255 Saddle Bronc Riding 1. SoShane Kee, 73, $706 2. Ace Long, 72, $424 3. Jake Hodge, 63, $282 Ladies Break Away Roping 1. Lynelle Etsitty, 3.2, $842 2/3. Serena Dahozy, 3.4, $632 2/3. Laci K Begay, 3.4, $632 4. Mikala Jones, 3.7, $421 5. Shawndena Smith, 3.8, $280 Senior Break Away Roping 1. Victor Begay, 3.3, $461 2. Alvin Nosie, 3.6, $276 3. Kurt Etsitty, 3.7, $184
All Around Trailer Winner Donovan Yazzie
Open Team Roping 1. Derrick Begay / Erich Rogers, 4.9, $2,093 2. Derrick Begay / Victor Begay, 4.9, $2,093 3. Kesley Phillips / Ty Romo, 4.9, $2,093 4. Conway Ethelbah / CJ Clendon, 5.3, $1,220 5. Alfonso Begay / Denton Begay, 5.4, $784 6. AJ Ben / CJ Clendon, 5.8, $436 Ladies Barrel Racing 1. Jereth Hale, 16.80, $875 2. Sharaya Edgewater, 16.89, $656 3. Faith Holyan, 17.02, $437 4. Elisha Paul, 17.09, $218
Junior Barrel Racing 1. Jannon Hale, 17.16, $294 2. Sharaya Edgewater, 17.38, $176 3. Nizhoni McCray, 17.67, $117 #10 Team Roping 1. Ethan Randall / Dion Mitchell, 6.0, $1,809 2. Ethan Randall / Dee Randall, 6.4, $1,508 3. Walter Livingston / Dion Mitchell, 8.5, $1,206 4. Armondo Henry / Udal Pike, 9.0, $904 5. Odessa Yazzie / Corwin Lyua, 9.2, $603
Bull Riding 1. Archie Becenti Jr., 78, $1,020 2. Ivan Yazzie, 75, $765 3. Justin Silversmith, 74, $510 4. Sterling Johnson, 71, $255 All Around – Trailer Donovan Yazzie Total Payout: #31,960. Stock Producer: Grace Rodeo – Destry Haught, Tonto Basin, AZ. Bulls: Kenny Young / Darryl Monroe and Son, Page, AZ. Bucking Horses: Milow Dewitt, Southern AZ. Officials: Judges, Bill Johnson and Hank Begay; Timers: Irene Jumbo and Ruthie Nez; Rodeo Secretary, BK Bates.
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6 and Under Barrels: Creed Ansley ................32 Cooper Young ...............31 Reno Scribner ..............31 Wacey Trujillo................29 Dax Sullivan ................28 Macen Segura ..............23 Caden Griffin................16 Austin Thompson ............9 Stetson Trujillo ................8 Zayne Carl .....................5 LucKasey Collom ............2 Isabela Sandoval ............2 Dummy Roping: Stran English ...............36 Dax Sullivan ................36 Cooper Young ...............31 Isabela Sandoval .......23.5 Macen Segura ..............21 Wacey Trujillo ............20.5 Creed Ansley ................18 Caden Griffin................16 Pryce Henry ..............12.5 Reno Scribner ................4 Zayne Carl ..................1.5 Flags: Cooper Young ...............19 Dax Sullivan ................16 Creed Ansley ................19 Reno Scribner ..............14 Caden Griffin................10 Wacey Trujillo..................7 Macen Segura ................9 Stran English ...............10 Austin Thompson ............4 LucKasey Collom ............2 Zayne Carl .....................1 Goats: Dax Sullivan ................33 Cooper Young ............32.5 Stran English ...............29 Creed Ansley .............25.5 Wacey Trujillo................23 Macen Segura ..............19 Reno Scribner ..............18 Caden Griffin................15 Austin Thompson ............8 Zayne Carl .....................5 Isabela Sandoval ............5 Luckasey Collom ............3 Stetson Trujillo ................3 Poles: Cooper Young ...............20 Wacey Trujillo................17 Dax Sullivan ................16
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Creed Ansley ................14 Reno Scribner ..............13 Caden Griffin................10 Austin Thompson ............8 7 to 9 Boys Goats: Dax Reed.....................38 Lane Reed ...................38 Caleb McDaugale .........28 Faron Candelaria, Jr. .....20 Bodie Hine...................17 Everett Reeves .............15 Cody Detweiler.............14 Barrels: Weslynn Reno ..............39 Shayna Wimberley ........30 Timber Wimberly ..........29 Evann Segura...............28 Quincy Sullivan ............24 Dax Reed.....................22 Donna Begay ...............11 Kaylyn Hooper................9 Bodie Hine.....................7 Everett Reeves ...............7 Breakaway: Bodie Hine...................32 Lane Reed ...................27 Dax Reed.....................26 Weslynn Reno ..............24 Quincy Sullivan ............23 Evann Segura...............10 Caleb McDaugale ...........5 Ribbon Roping: Lane Reed ...................40 Dax Reed.......................9 Poles: Quincy Sullivan ............38 Dax Reed.....................34 Timber Wimberly ..........22 Evann Segura...............21 Donna Begay ...............17 Shayna Wimberley ........16 Everett Reeves .............15 Weslynn Reno ..............13 Katlyn Hooper ............124 Girls Goats: Weslynn Reno ..............38 Quincy Sullivan ............36 Evann Segura...............34 Katlyn Hooper ..............28 Timber Wimberly ..........23 Donna Begay ...............11 Flags: Quincy Sullivan .........37.5 Shayna Wimberley .....35.5 Evann Segura...............30 Timber Wimberly ..........27 Faron Candelaria, Jr. .....22 Bodie Hine...................19
Katlyn Hooper ..............16 Donna Begay ...............14 Everett Reeves ...............9 Zajayda Carl...................6 Steer Breakaway: Caleb McDaugale .........29 Faron Candelaria, Jr. .....27 Weslynn Reno ..............19 Bodie Hine.....................9 Lane Reed .....................8 Shayna Wimberley ..........8 Cody Detweiler...............7 Step Down: Lane Reed ...................30 Dax Reed.....................18 10 to 13 Barrels: Peyton McKinley ...........39 Kaitlyn Harwell.............29 Riley Silva....................28 Karley Pollock...............23 Peyton Hooper..............19 Emma Cameron ...........17 McKenzie Luna.............15 McKenzie Watkins .........13 Kerstyn Ross ................12 Katelyn Detweiler .........10 Morgan Bond .................9 Boys Goats: Kyler Bell.....................39 Ryder King...................35 Stran Thompson............33 Landon Munoz .............27 Bladen Reno ................21 Clate Harwell ...............18 Clay Garley ..................10 Quincy Reeves................9 Breakaway: Stran Thompson............28 Kaitlyn Harwell.............24 Abie Shofner ................22 Clate Harwell ...............22 Ryder King...................19 Peyton McKinley ...........16 Wade Hatch .................15 Sterlin English..............14 Kasey Eaves.................11 Cash Hooper ................10 Kyler Bell.....................10 KcKenzie Watkins............8 Jake Orris.......................7 Riley Silva......................3 Clay Garley ....................1 Girls Goats: Lyndsey Orris ...............37 Peyton McKinley ...........33 Abbie Shofner ..............32 Peyton Hooper..............27 Kaitlyn Harwell.............23
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• Cow House Auction • Farm Credit of New Mexico • Jim Ratliff • Maynard Buckles • Old Mill Farm & Ranch Supply Kerstyn Ross ................18 McKinzie Watkins..........16 Karley Pollock...............10 McKenzie Luna...............9 Katelyn Detweiler ...........8 Emma Cameron .............6 Poles: Peyton McKinley ...........31 Emma Cameron ...........31 Riley Silva....................26 Karley Pollock...............24 Peyton Hooper..............23 Abbie Shofner ..............21 McKenzie Luna.............16 Kasey Eaves.................15 McKenzie Watkins .........13 Katelyn Detweiler ...........8 Kerstyn Ross ..................2 Ribbon Roping: Stran Thompson............33 Kyler Bell.....................32 Ryder King...................29 Sterlin English..............23 Cash Hooper ................19 Wade Hatch .................15 Clate Harwell ...............15 Peyton McKinley ...........10 Landon Munoz ...............8 Kaitlyn Harwell...............6 Jake Orris.....................46 Riley Silva......................6 Lyndsey Orris .................3 Kerstyn Ross ..................2 Steer Stopping: Ryder King...................27 Bladen Reno ................24 Sterlin English..............23 Stran Thompson............23 Cash Hooper ................17 Kaitlyn Harwell.............13 Lyndsey Orris ...............13 Abbie Shofner ..............10 Jake Orris.....................10 Kasey Eaves...................9 Landon Munoz ...............8 Clate Harwell .................7 Kyler Bell.......................6 Wade Hatch ...................3 Tie Down: Stran Thompson............18 Landon Munoz .............18 Kyler Bell.....................17 Wade Hatch .................17 Bladen Reno ................16 Jake Orris.....................16 Clate Harwell ...............14 Cash Hooper ................14 Ryder King.....................9 Sterlin English................8
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14 – 18 Barrels: Bethanie Shofner..........33 Loryn Danley ...............29 Jasarra Baca.................28 Shilo King ....................22 Abi Woodmansee ..........22 Laney Elkins ................19 Ashlyn Meeks ...............16 Sheigh Pollock................8 Breakaway: Lorenzo Lara................26 Saige Bell ....................26 Tristan Sanchez ............23 Tyler Plant ...................18 Shilo King ....................15 Bennie Lovato..............14 Bethanie Shofner..........13 Blaine Garley .................9 Chance Hine ..................8 Goats: Saige Bell ....................38 Bethanie Shofner..........35 Abi Woodmansee ..........30 Loryn Danley ...............17 Jasarra Baca.................14 Kenna Sullivan .............14 Ashlyn Meeks ...............12 Laney Elkins ................10 Poles: Bethanie Shofner..........39 Loryn Danley ...............35 Shilo King ....................27 Abi Woodmansee ..........27 Jasarra Baca.................25 Ashlyn Meeks ...............11 Sheigh Pollock................6 Ribbon Roping: Tyler Plant ...................30 Tristan Sanchez ............28 Blaine Garley ...............17 Steer Stopping: Bethanie Shofner..........35 Lorenzo Lara................27 Chance Hine ................21 Tyler Plant ...................20 Shilo King ....................15 Tristan Sanchez ............13 Bennie Lovato..............12 Blaine Garley ...............10 Tie Down: Lorenzo Lara................29 Blaine Garley ...............10 Tyler Plant ...................10 Zane Munoz ...................9 Team Roping: Tyler Plant ...................19 Lorenzo Lara................10 Bennie Lovato..............10
Saige Bell ....................10 Tristan Sanchez ..............9 Parent / Child Team Roping: Landon Munoz .............29 Sterlin English..............28 Abbie Shofner ..............17 Cash Hooper ................16 Bladen Reno ................10 Kasey Eaves...................7 Lyndsey Orris .................6 Jake Orris.......................5 Wade Hatch ...................4 Family Team Roping: Bethanie Shofner.$166.40 Tristan Sanchez .....$99.20 Sterlin English.......$88.80 Bladen Reno .........$52.80 Tyler Plant ............$36.00 Chance Hine .........$28.80 Lyndsey Orris ........$25.60 Quincy Reeves.......$24.00 Jake Orris..............$14.40 Rough Stock 6 and Under Sheep Riding: Zaylon Zamora .............36 Pryce Henry .................33 Dax Sullivan .............28.5 LucKasey Collom .......20.5 Stran English ............14.5 Canin Ansley ...............9.5 Jace Wild Green ..............8 Creed Ansley ...............7.5 Isaiah Loera ................7.5 Diego Olguin..................5 7 to 9 Steer Riding: Bodie Hine...................28 Cade Griego.................20 Dax Reed.....................17 Lane Reed ...................15 Lucas Chavez ..............8.5 Kagen Zamora.............8.5 Kyle Cordova..................8 Casey Haynes.................7 10 to 13 Mini Bulls: Caleb Griego................29 Joseph Chavez..............18 Wyatt Terrazas ..............10 Christopher McKenna....10 Owen Pruett ..................9 Stevie Ray Anguiano....7.5 Travis Wimberly ...........7.5 14 to 15 Jr. Bulls: Riley White...................10 Nazareth Garcia ...........10 Tyler Hise.......................9
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Look for 2014 Spring Series information in the January issue of The All-Around For more information or to pre-enter please call Cody or Melissa McDaugale at 505/287-2662 or 505/290-7390
Please Find Additional Information at www.cibolacountygymkhanarodeo.com
2013 Fall Series Year End Standings 6 and Under Girls Daylyn Westcott, 212.5 Lariat Nahkai, 207.5 Shaylee Cordova, 140 Taylor-Rae Tsosie, 70 Jaycee Clifton, 60 Ashlynn Sauceda, 47 Frances Lee, 6 6 and Under Boys Cash Pioche, 217.5 Ethan Yazzie, 210 Kayden Stevenson, 182.5 Stran English, 32 7 to 9 Girls Jenesis Trujeque, 241 Mckinzee Shiver, 187
Tia Gonzales, 131 Shuancey Cordova, 124 Sage Griego-Acuna, 93 Bailey Clifton, 42 Cheyanne McFarland, 33 Breana Yazzie, 31 Jazmyn Austin, 22
Gabriella Pargas, 140 Cheyenne Gonzales-Dodso, 137 Tiandra Stevenson, 121 Cheyenne Pioche, 98 Stormie Griego, 88 Jina Cattaneo, 60 Megan Acevedo, 44
7 to 9 Boys Wyatt Earle, 231 Jacob Taylor Yazzie, 194 Brayden Westcott, 136 Caleb McDaugale, 127
10 to 13 Boys Sterlin English, 265 Clancey Polich, 128 Jose Romero, 34
10 to 13 Girls Payton McNiel, 238 Dominique Pargas, 210 Mia Wilson, 179
14 to 18 Girls Bianca Sauceda, 239 Camille Bales, 212 Hayeden Duboise, 178 Ekatarina Misquez, 147
McKyle Wilson, 145 Lorenzo Romero, 49 Chali Simpson, 18 Lead Line Sydney Cattaneo Allie Clawson Cheyenne Gordo Melody McDaugale Madison Paisley Bristol Shiver Baylee-Ryleigh Tsosie Rylee Vandiver Reagan Baldwin Collin Begay Wyatt Hathorn Camren McDaugale Jeremy Trujeque
Year End Saddle Winners 6 & Under All Around Cowgirl - Daylyn Westcott 6 & Under All Around Cowboy - Cash Pioche 7-9 All Around Cowgirl - Jenesis Trujeque 7-9 All Around Cowboy - Wyatt Earle
10-13 All Around Cowgirl - Payton McNiel 10-13 All Around Cowboy - Sterlin English 14-18 All Around Cowgirl - Bianca Sauceda
2013 Fall Sponsors Diamond G Awards Sponsor Grants, NM
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NAPA Awards Sponsor 113 N. Gold Ave. Grants, NM
Holiday Cleaners Awards Sponsor 715 N. 1st Street Grants, NM
San Juan County Jr/Sr Rodeo Association Winter Series - 2013 McGee Park â€˘ Farmington, New Mexico Winter Series Dates:
November 9, 2013 january 18, 2014 february 8/9, 2014 march 1-2, 2014 9:00 a.m. each day Stalls and RV Hookups Available
70% Payback with All Around and Event Buckles
Age groups (Boys & Girls) 6 & Under 7-9 10-13 14-18
For entry forms please visit our website: www.sanjuancountyrodeo.com E-mail: SJCJSRA@gmail.com Entries must be postmarked 10 days prior to rodeo or a late fee of $25 will be accessed
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Loose Horses - 3:00 p.m / Catalog Horses - 5:00 p.m.
ATTENTION: All out-of-state horses must have health paper or permit number. Call 800-550-8242 ext 777
Upcoming Cattle Sales Rio Grand Tack Store All consignments welcome
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013 • 1:00 p.m.
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January 3, 4, 5, 2014
• Friday - Saturday - Sunday Posse Arena • (7th Street South of Thunderbird) • Phoenix, Arizona Tuition Fee: $535 Info: Tom Ryan Includes Make check payable to: s k 602/819-1584 in r d Sheriff’s Mounted Posse of Maricopa County lunch & 602/522-9560 Mail to: 3312 E. Elm St., Phoenix, AZ 85018 all 3 days
Southwest Bronc Riders Association presents
The Bronc Stomp Ranch Bronc, Saddle Bronc, Bareback Bronc and Women’s Ranch Bronc at the Curry County Bronc Rides $2,000 t a Begin Added Mone Events Center y! 1:00 p.m. Clovis, New Mexico January 11, 2014 Be a part of history. Come and join us for the Bronc Stomp which will be televised by HRTV on their “ Riding to Win” series. This show will introduce SWBRA, it’s contestants and sponsors to 30 million households nationally and internationally. We look forward to seeing y'all there.
January 11, 2014 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Bronc Riding Clinic with 3x World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider Monty Hawkeye Henson $100 for non-SWBRA members $50 for members Contact Ruth Riley at 575.643.7884 to sign up for Bronc Clinic
Wind Mountain Consulting
Belen, NM 505.864.8899
Books open Friday, December 13, 2013 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. MST and continue each evening at the same time through December 19, 2013. Call in number is 575.643.7884 or 575.707.0118 Entry fees: $100 for members, $100 plus $15 for day card for non-members. All entries are CASH ONLY. Entries limited to 15 in each event.
Host Hotels Days Inn & Suites 575.762.4491 2700 Mabry Dr. • Clovis, NM 88101
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A N N U A L
“THE FUN PLACE TO BE FOR ALL AGES”
OPEN TO THE WORLD RODEO AJ Rodeo Grounds - Apache Junction, AZ February 20, 21, 22 & 23, 2014
$5,500 Total Added Money Saddle Bronc & Bareback only • Will be a rodeo each day - you can enter 1, 2, 3 days
$300 ADDED EACH DAY plus an Average buckle (must enter twice to be eligible)
All Team Roping will be Thursday, February 20 • 9:00 a.m. • Chute Run
Additional Lost Dutchman Days Features:
P P P P
Tough Enough to Wear Pink • Friday Performance All contestants and spectators wearing pink will be eligible for Pink prizes.
Rodeo Dance Must be 21 to attend Bareback
$75 Enter 1, 2, 3 days
$300 ea. day
$75 Enter 1, 2, 3 days
$300 ea. day
Large Carnival Bull Riding
$85 $10 day money incl. Champion buckle to High Point Ride
Parade (downtown) Calf Roping
2 Free Entertainment
Incentive Calf Roping
$75 GCPRA Rules
BLM Wild Horse & Burro
Barrel Race Open
Barrel Race Handicapped
Team Roping Open
$150/team enter 2X
100+ Vendors, with Plenty of Food & Arts & Crafts
Incentive Team Roping $150/team, enter 2X, #12 cap Team ropers eligible can enter both events 2 times!
$15 stock charge & $10 administration fee per person Fees must be paid one hour prior to performance or stock not drawn or assigned slot considered vacated
Central Entry Information: Performances: 1:30 p.m. Fri., Sat. & Sun. Slack: 9:00 a.m. Sunday if needed Admission $12 Adults - $8 Kids Contestants ONLY Free
Monday, February 17 Team Roping line only 480/982-8220 Entries open 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. All other events enter at 480/983-3440 or 480/983-3451 Rough Stock open at 5:00 p.m. All other events 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Stock contractor: Buster Webb’s W/A Rodeo Company 505/320-3321 Information: 1-888-75RODEO visit us at:
CROSSROADS Ranch and Rodeo Company is now bidding rodeos and events for 2014
Our bucking stock has been We are a family to events all operated rodeo over the company that United States. specializes in PHOTOS COURTESY OF KEITH HART PHOTOGRAPHY
Professionally area of run, fun events. operation is the western US. Our goal is to work with our Winter series committees dates for to build Stanley, NM plus fast paced all information entertaining will be in the events. January Issue of The All Around.
Crossroads Ranch and Rodeo Company For more information: Mark Sanchez 970.739.3851 email: firstname.lastname@example.org website: www.crossroadsranchandrodeocompany.com
THE BIG NEW YEAR JAN 1 - DUNN’S ARENA - LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ NO WHINERS ALL ALLOWED OWED $2,000 Guar Guaranteed anteed for for 1st 1st.. This is a #10 poison roping, capped at a 5 Elite. All the steers will be tough to rope, if you think you are good with a rope - COME ON! Entries close at 8:30 am. Rope at 9:00 am. Pick or Draw $150 man. Enter 1 time. This will be a 4 steer roping, everyone gets 3 steers, top ten to short round. No time 30 seconds. 35 team limit. NO RERUNS OR WHINERS.
#9 TR TRUCK UCK R ROPING OPING Average Payoff Entries close at 9:30 am. Rope after the No Whiners Roping. Pick 1 Draw 2 or Draw all 3 for $225 per man. Enter 2 times for a total of 6 runs. This roping capped at a #5 Elite. 3 Steer handicapped. Handicaps #9 team straight time, #8 team -1 second off, #7 & below teams -3 seconds off.
What’s the Deal? This roping will be 2/3 payback including the truck and cash. The 1 Ton Ford Diesel Crew Cab Dually truck is guaranteed regardless of the number of teams. This example payoff is based on 800 paid teams. If less or more teams are entered the cash payoff will be adjusted accordingly.
1st. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $10,000 2nd . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $6,500 3rd . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $5,000 4th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $3,800 5th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $2,800 6th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $2,300 7th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $2,000 8th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1,750 9th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1,000 10th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1,000 11th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1,000 12th . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1,000
High Point Roper to receive New Truck!
General Information: Cash or Credit Cards only; checks from USTRC Gold Plus members only. Five-second barrier. 2 Arenas will be used.
CClassifications: lassifications: 2014 National All Amateurs membership required to rope. You can purchase a $40 National All Amateur membership on site. National All Amateurs memberships are free for ropers over 70 or if you have a 2014 USTRC membership. USTRC TRIAD classifications used. Only NAA memberships will be sold on site!
Points will only be awarded in the average, 1st place in the average will receive 15 points, 2nd 14 points down to 1 point for 15th. Ties will be roped off.
w www.naateamroping.com ww.naateamroping.com or call 520.251.1495 ffor or mor moree IInformation nformation
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E R C O A R EP R NBHA NM1
The 3rd Annual Race for Life Cancer Fundraiser was our biggest and best yet. We raised $5000 for the Cathy Lincoln Memorial Fund and the American Cancer Society. It took the help of many people and numerous sponsors to make this possible. Thank you Christine and Shane Lewis, David and Leanne Wolfe, and
Haley Wolfe making the fast run of the weekend
Donation presentation to the Cathy Lincoln Memorial Fund and the American Cancer Society
Reena Fair, Our saddle donor was Magna Energy and we had over 30 other businesses donate goods and or money. WOW! To make the weekend even more exciting we had an amazing run by Haley Wolfe that was the only 1D time out of 126 open entries on Sunday. When all the dust settled on the two day event we had over 350 runners and appreciate all the support from volunteers who helped with the silent auction, setting barrels, announcing and cheering for our riders.
Our big push now is to gather “likes” on Facebook (Rodan +Fields for NBHA) and make the year-end push to create more added money for our district finals. We have in mind more added money than ever before, so join us any time at our races and let’s have fun barrel racing!
PHOTOS COURTESY OF QUINN GREEN WINDMILL RANCH PHOTOGRAPHY, WWW.BACKPRINT.COM/COWQUINNFOTOS
Upcoming races: Dec 8 - indoors at McGee Park 11 a.m. .
NBHA AZ It was a gorgeous day for Barrel Racing On The Salsa Trail. This event was held at the Graham County Fair Grounds in Safford, AZ, Saturday Oct.19,2013. Brought to you by the Graham County Chamber of Commerce and Hosted by National Barrel Horse Association NBHA AZ06, CoSanctioned with NBHA AZ02, AZ07 and Co-Approved in Women’s Pro Rodeo Association (WPRA), Open & Youth Barrels. Donations were also accepted for the Suzan G. Kolmen foundation for breast cancer awareness. The ground we had was primo!!! All in thanks to Dennis our tractor driver from the Graham County Parks & Recs. Also we give thanks to Boulder Creek Construction for the use of their water truck with Trevor Steed as the driver. Our event sponsor for the weekend was Tractor Supply, we give a great big thanks to all of our sponsors, without all of you this event and other future events would not be possible: Trophies & Tees, Town of Pima, Boulder Creek Construction & Excavating LLC., Copper Valley Trucking Inc. Safford Feed & Pet Supplies, Michelle’s Bar & Grill Morenci, AZ. CKC Construction & Materials, Pollock’s Western Outfitters, Town & Country Supply Duncan, AZ., Rode Inn Motel Clifton, AZ., Apache Grove Bar & Convenience Store Duncan, AZ. H & S Feed, S & M Construction – Swapp’s, Marta Elise Photography, Carpet Tile & More, Casa Manana, and Our Official Photographer of the weekend was Quinn & Cindy Green from the Windmill Ranch Photography in Quemado, NM. You can view and purchase pictures of this weekends event on (Quinn Green) website www.backprint.com/cowquinnfotos. So go check out that site, those pictures are absolutely incredible!!
Winner of the 1D, Telena Campbell on Mojo Rocket
2nd in the 1D, Tammy Arnold
Ashley Keeling, 1st in 4D Youth
Pee Wee Winner Hailey McKinney on Cheyanne
Barrel Racing on the Salsa Trail had contestants that traveled from all over, such as Lordsburg, Cliff & Las Cruces, New Mexico, Willcox, Maricopa, Benson, Pima, Safford, Morenci & Clifton Arizona. This event paid out over
1st in 3D, Tammy Campbell on Sally
Telena Campbell, Flag holder for the National Anthem
$1,410.00 in prize money; we even gave out gorgeous custom Lone Star silversmith concho awards to the open 5D winners. We congratulate the winner
of the NBHA AZ06 Raffle basket Tammy Campbell. Also we congratulate the winner of the 50/50 winner Jennifer Faunce. This weekend we gave out door prizes to Guyla Miller & Jennifer Faunce were the winners of the Casa Manana gift certificates, Kathy Garrett winner of a decorative candle holder, Niki McKinney winner of a decorative burlap picture frame. Jennifer was also the winner of a barrel racer vest and horse calendar. Finally the winner of a purple luggage set was Ashley Keeling. We thank all of you for participating in this weekends raffling.
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Results 1D 1. Telena Campbell on Mojo Rocket, 18.213, $189.00 2. Tammy Arnold on Jack B Quickory, 18.451, I am located in Santa Rosa, NM $140.00 and will travel according 2D 1. Guyla Miller on Rocks, 18.719, $130.00 to the number of horses. 2. Bailey Schurr on Lucy, 18.748, $100.00IN HOUSE PROOF CR VSA CRXâ€™D 3. Julie Garret on Shimmer, 19.019, $73.00 Tara Naranjo 3D 575.740.4020 1. Tammy Campbell on Sally, 19.213, $113.00 2 Cor. 5:17 2. Ashley Bales on Radar, 19.251, $87.00
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3. Patty Kelly, 19.502, $63.00 4D 1. Jennifer Faunce on Zippity Do Straw Girl, 19.830, $136.00 2. Ashley Bales on Chico, 19.929, $101.00 5D 1. Karen Finch on King, 20.360, $79.00 2. Jennifer Faunce on JS Smashed My Porscha, 20.587, $61.00 3. Johnie Crowley on Doc, 20.750, $44.00 Youth 1D 1. Telena Campbell on Mojo Rocket, 18.213, $32.00 4D 1. Ashley Keeling on Why Two Katie, 21.287, $21.00 Pee Wee 1. Hailey McKinney on Cheyenne 2. Payton Killmer on Sugar 3. Tylee Crowley on Diesel
Congratulations to all of our Open, Youth and Pee Wee contestants. In this event contestants donated money to the Suzan G. Kolmen foundation for breast cancer awareness, along with donating their hat fines as well. Pole winners 1D 1. Jennifer Faunce on Zippity Do Straw Girl, 22.618, $63.00 2D 1. Tammy Campbell on Sally, 23.879, $42.00
Congratulations all pole benders. You can go to www.nbhaaz.com for total results and placing. Congratulations to all the event winners for the weekend, a big thank you goes out to everyone who came out to support this event including spectators and contestants. We would like to thank all of our barrel setters, pole setters, gait people, office help and especially to all the help that traveled from out of town without all of your help our show would have not ran as smoothly as it did. THANK YOU!! If you would like to support our district and be involved in a great organization please contact the NBHA AZ06 Director Crystal Steed email@example.com or 928-245-0644 NBHA AZ06 next barrel race is November 9th in Pima, AZ. At Pima Arena books and time onlyâ€™s start at 9:00 a.m. and run at 11:00 a.m. and the second show starts at 2:00 p.m.
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by Lee Pitts “It’s better to know the country than to be the best cowboy.” I don’t know who first uttered those words but he or she was sure cow savvy. I remember the first day working on a ranch after I graduated from college when the owner started barking out my instructions for the day. “I want you to close the gate to Green Field and bring in the bulls from Dry Springs.” First of all, it was the middle of winter and there weren’t any “green fields” anywhere. They were all brown. And secondly, if it was a dry spring how would I know it was a spring? Like the name says, it was “dry.” Basically, there are four ways that landmarks on a ranch get their name. The first is topographically in which the landscape becomes the landmarks. Some good examples I’ve encountered include Mud Flats, Mirror Lake, Corduroy Road, Rock Pile, Truck Ruts and Devil’s Speedbump, so named because it would slow a rider up trying to go around all the
Landmarks and Landlords fire ant hills and squirrel holes. Sometimes the ranch takes the name of a geographical landmark, such as Split Butte, Fire Mountain or the Bell Ranch. If the country is so flat you can see for two days, there are no water features or trees, and the vegetation is so sparse it would starve a jackrabbit, the pioneers then got creative and found other ways to name landmarks. I worked on one ranch where the owner would say stuff like, “We need to do some fence work over by Anaplaz Ann,” or “Take some salt out to Rattlesnake Bite.” He might say, “I saw a cow bogged down in Cow Carcass Creek.” It turned out he had named the features on his ranch after medical maladies in which an animal died and her rotting bones, bleached white by the sun, were the only benchmarks. (At least I hope they were animals!) He just left the skeletons where they fell, all except the skull, that is. Those he sold to an antique dealer in town for city folks to buy and put in their gardens. For many years the sale of those heads often made the difference between profit and loss. The only ground I’ve ever owned was either under the house in which I lived, or on the bottom of my boots. So I had to lease land to run cows and sheep. I leased one ranch in which there were signs of a previous civilization everywhere and the landmarks were rusting pieces of junk littering the landscape. It seems the previous owner liked to buy stuff but since he had no storage he just piled it in the weeds. He was a hoarder of rusty metal. We were on the place for many years and I’m proud to say I named many of the features, including Dead Jeep Hill, Bedpan Pasture, Mattress Springs and Bicycle Tree. The latter was a Willow Tree that had an old bicycle in the fork of its branches. Some have suggested that the bicycle got there when the seas receded and the bike lodged itself in the branches. Good explanation except I don’t think they had bikes 480 million years ago in the Paleozoic era. And I don’t think global warming has raised the oceans that high yet. Another way ranchers name landmarks is after famous people or animals. I worked on one ranch in my youth that was 100,000 acres... if you flattened all the mountains out. Actually it was only a little over 1,000 acres. One landmark on the ranch was Mount Lincoln, so named because if you tilted you head 90 degrees you could see the outline of our 16th President. Well, some people could. We buried our dog on a little rise we now call Aussie Hill and my goal in life is to someday have a place on that ranch named after me. For some of us, that’s the only way our names will live on after we’re gone. So I’ve asked my wife to cremate me and scatter my ashes on the ranch so that some day when cowboys gather to have the range boss line them out for that day’s gather, in the early morning fog he’ll say, “Nimrod, you and Jacobs bring in the cows grazing on Lee Pitts.” wwwLeePittsbooks.com
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NJ Productions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Riders Association . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Nakai Rodeo Photos . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
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B BRN4D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Bishop Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Blazing Saddles Saddlery . . . . . . . . 16
H Jim Heet Photography. . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Jimmy Thompson Team Ropings . . . . 19
O-O, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Tres Rios Silver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Triple T Productions. . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
High Noon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Hubbard Trailer Sales . . . . . . . . . . . 34
P Pounding Hooves Productions . . . . . 18
U USTRC Gold Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
C Casper Baca Rodeo Co.. . . . . . . . . . 44 Champion’s Choice Buckles . . . . . . . 52
I Imperial Trailer Sales. . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Chical Haystack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
USTRC Lasso Del Sol . . . . . . . . . . . 11
R RRR Traders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Rattler Ropes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
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Ranch & Rodeo Co.. . . . . . . . . . . 48
Makin Tracks Horse Massage and Prevention Therapy . . . . . . . . 51
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