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Monthly Archives: November 2019
Navajo, Wyatt Nez, newly crowned Indian National Finals Rodeo, Bull Riding Champion is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. This contender is wired for success with three National High School Finals Rodeos, a College National Finals Rodeo qualification, and now this INFR title under his belt. Wyatt dominated the finals being the only man to ride four out of four of his bulls at the South Point in Las Vegas. This Interview will portray an individual that is focused, dedicated and has goals set that he will attain in the sport.
Indian National Finals Rodeo, Bareback Bronc Riding Champion, Jayco Roper, Cherokee; and Hall Of Fame inductee Howard Edmondson, Creek Nation, both from Oklahoma, are our guests this week on Word With A Champ. Jayco is only 19 years and has the potential and desire to set this sport on fire. Howard is one of the greatest to step in the INFR HOF. Edmanson’s son Bryton won the steer wrestling championship, Howard had a good day in the city of lights, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tsuu T’ina Nation‘s, Sonya Dodginghorse of Canada, is the Indian National Finals Rodeo, World Champion Ladies Barrel Racer. I personally have never met such a deserving individual of this coveted title. The words and thoughts of the champion can rub off on you, as it did for her daughter who won the title in the Jr. Barrel Racing. Congratulations to all of our contestants that qualified for the 44th Annual INFR in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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.