Just before the books closed on Tuesday, I withdrew my entry from Cheyenne Frontier Days. It hurt. I view it as a lose-lose decision. It’s sure gonna be cheaper, but I don’t get to go to the Daddy.
by Adam Gray
Why Father’s Day matters to us.
by Trey and JD Yates
Beaver Fever always bucked so good. It didn’t matter if it was muddy or late in the fall when the horses are starting to get tired. She was a winner, and that’s all you could ask for.
by Bobby Mote
She had a crooked front leg and wasn’t the most athletic animal. But, man, #960 Beaver Fever had heart. She’d give you her best every time.
by Tim Bridwell
Honestly speaking, I needed a final chapter. I could care less about a pity party for me leaving rodeo. That’s just not in my DNA. But I’m at peace now that I finally put a bow on it.
by Fred Whitfield
A lot of people have signature styles. We work more on us as a team as opposed to two people roping.
by Cody Snow
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Reata gave me everything. Now, he deserves to go home.
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Making the NFR wasn’t just my dream. It was our dream.
by RC Landingham
It seems like it has always been the roughies versus the timies in rodeo. That should end.
by Tim O’Connell
There was $100,000 riding on the judge’s decision.
by Ty Erickson
As the days pass, it’s hard. Very hard. We loved Will and Bailee so much. We miss them. But we have hope.
by Brenna Byler Smidt