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109th National Western Stock Show Rodeo comes to close

The big winner here was two-time College National Finals Rodeo qualifier Meghan Johnson from Deming, N.M. She won the first and second rounds of barrel racing, placed fourth in the final round and earned a total $12,662 for her time of 45.95 seconds on three runs.

  DENVER, (Jan. 25, 2015) --- It’s been over 10 years since Bobby Mote won the bareback riding title at the National Western Stock Show,…

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Chandler Bounds, Shane Proctor, Taos Muncy, and Jesse Wright at the NWSS closing ceremony.  photo by Greg Westfall

Elliott and Lanham move to top of bull riding leaderboard at Denver Rodeo

Idaho and Utah were well represented at the National Western Stock Show Rodeo on Tuesday and Wednesday and now stand atop the leaderboard in the bull riding

Berry astounded fans inside Cowboys Stadium last year by nearly qualifying for the top-four finals.  Photo courtesy of RFD-TV

Hall-of-Fame Steer Wrestler Ote Berry to Return for World’s Richest One-Day Rodeo

Four-time world champion Scott “Ote” Berry will come out of retirement  to compete for $1,000,000 at The American on March 1, 2015.

With Cooper heading and McKnight heeling, they stopped the clock in 5.3 seconds . Photo by Greg Westfall

Team ropers in position to cash in at National Western

Jake Cooper and Tyler McKnight had a good night at the National Western Stock Show

NHSRA Queen Blog

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Grit, Grace, Glits, Guts, and Gold

Read more to see NFR insights from the eyes of Miss NHSRA Queen and learn about records shattered, gold buckles earned, and even an inside look on Lauren Heaton, 2015 Miss Rodeo America.

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