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Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Fred Whitfield and Cory Solomon are ground-breakers. Whitfield is the only African-American Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competitor who has earned a world all-around title, a feat he accomplished in 1999.
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram The summer rodeo tour is off and galloping at full speed. During the past weekend, many of the world's top competitors congregated in Reno, Nev., which traditionally is the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association's
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram In the world of college rodeo, the smaller institutions often rope in the bigger prizes. Many smaller schools are known for heavily funding rodeo programs and recruiting the hottest high school riders around. And
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Trevor Brazile is expected to clinch a record eighth world all-around title as he competes in tie-down and team roping at the Dec...In the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world standings, the Decatur cowboy
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association is moving one of its showcase events from Idaho to Oklahoma City. Wednesday that the 2011 Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo will be held at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City, beginning March 31...The
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Stephenville cowboys Luke Brown and Martin Lucero became team roping partners in the spring of 2009 and they just keep on lassoing the big paychecks. After the duo roped 10 steers at the 2009 Wrangler National
Tell us Special to the Star-Telegram Saddle bronc rider Isaac Diaz has won big on the high school, collegiate and pro rodeo circuits. But, regardless of which level he's competing on, he has a simple, bold strategy for finishing in the money. "There'
Steamboat Springs Jake Booco was reluctant at first, but finally admitted it was a great experience. Still, he had a hard time remembering fondly last week’s trip to the National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Pocatello, Idaho, where he was tossed from
Special to the Star-Telegram Last year Matt Bright finished 18th in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world bareback title race, three slots away from earning a coveted berth to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas. After all that,
Special to the Star-Telegram Kelly Timberman was scheduled to take on a bronc named Fergie at the Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo on Sunday. The bareback horse has a reputation of helping cowboys earn higher scores. But prior to the performance, Fergie