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Monthly Archives: May 2019
Although team roping header Clay Smith entered the 2018 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in first place and heeling partner Paul Eaves was in second – both with $115,345 – the duo had a long race ahead of them for the gold buckle. Eaves said the steer was a big factor in the victory. “The steer was really good, one of the better steers we’ve drawn,” said Eaves, 28. “Tonight, he was pretty straight, and it makes a difference to be fast. Everything came together.”
Our guest this week include Carman Pozzobon from British Columbia, Canada the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Champion of 2018.Eight might be Wade Sundell’s lucky number. Thanks to picking up eight checks during his eighth trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo earned him to 2018 World Championship. Tyler Waguespack is once again the king of PRCA’s steer wrestlers. The Gonzales, La., cowboy won his second world championship in the last three years with a memorable run Dec. 15 at the 2018 Wrangler National Finals. Waguespack won the gold buckle by earning $260,013 ($180,429 of that at the Wrangler NFR), the most of any steer wrestler.
The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association is the oldest women sporting organization in the world. Haley Kinsel is our guest this week on Word With A Champ after she captured the 2019 WPRA world title and ladies barrel racing.