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WWC Anna Bahe 01.25.21

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Navajo cowgirl from Utah, Anna Bahe is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Anna not only qualified in the top 15 for the inaugural Wrangler National Finals Rodeo Breakaway Roping competition, she set the record fast time. It is our great fortune to have this college graduate and winning professional athlete visit with us on Native Voice One Radio Network.
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WWC Jacob Elder 01.18.21

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Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, World Champion Steer Wrestler, Jacob Elder of Center City, Iowa, is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. The Wrangler National Finals Rodeo rookie beat the big men in his event, by money won through the 2020 season and 10 rounds of the Wrangler NFR in Arlington, Texas, USA. Jacob’s first statement after winning the title, claimed he was going to be a new dad. It is a pleasure and an honor, to have this intense athlete and enthusiastic individual, on Native Voice 1 Radio Network.

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WWC Tanner Aus 01.11.21

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Rodeo fans would be hard pressed to find a cowboy that is more humble than Tanner Aus from Granite Falls, Minnesota. He has won a lot of big rodeos, qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo five times and is on track to cross the $1 million mark. We are happy to have the second generation bareback bronc rider as our guest this week on Word With A Champ, for Native Voice 1 Radio Network.

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WWC Shad Mayfield 01.04.21

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Our NV1 Radio Network guest, Shad Mayfield of New Mexico. A year ago, Shad was the National High School Rodeo Association champion, then won enough money to qualify for his first Wrangler NFR after just turning 19-years-old. He is now 20 and while he’s not in college he is a student of the game. He was disappointed in his performance in the Thomas and Mack Arena last December after having placed in just two of the 10 rounds. He started studying, every run, every piece of his horsemanship and looked for the tiniest details that would make a difference. He put his practice into action the first part of the year amassing a huge lead going into this year’s WNFR. He is the 2020 PRCA World Champion Tie Down Roper. Support for this Word With A Champ is provided by:
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WWC Stetson Wright 12.28.20

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This holiday season, Word With A Champ program for Native Voice 1 Radio Network, features Stetson Wright of Utah. Stetson won the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, All-Around and Bull Riding World Titles. Stetson and his brother Ryder Wright, whom won the PRCA Saddle Bronc Riding World Championship, are the first brothers in the history of ProRodeo to win titles in the same year. We caught up with Stetson right after making history du the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, December 12, 2020 at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.

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WWC Kaycee Field 12.21.20

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This week NV1 Radio Network features Kaycee Feild of Utah after winning his 5th Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Bareback Bronc Riding World Championship, December 12, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. Kaycee tied for the most gold buckles in PRCA history, in his event, with Bruce Ford from Colorado and Wyoming’s Joe Alexander. His accomplishment means much, as his late father, Lewis Feild won the title in 1985, when I qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo while traveling with Bruce Ford. Kaycee also tied his dad, Lewis’s five titles, winning two bareback and three all-around championships. We enjoyed a great interview, a laugh, and a tear of joy. Merry Christmas everyone.

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WWC WNFR Day 10 Final

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WNFR Round 10-Dec. 12
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association has risen to the occasion to host the 62nd Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, in spite of having to change venues in the pandemic year of 2020. The 10th round winners, Wrangler NFR Average Champions and PRCA World Champions, were crowned in the eight standard events, Saturday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, USA. In a sport where $1.00 is 1 point, the $10,000,000.00 prize money obtained to match Las Vegas in 2019 was appreciated by the top 15 qualifiers in each event. It is our privilege to provide coverage of our Indian contestants for Native Voice One Radio Network.

The 2017 World Champion Team Roper, 10X WNFR qualifier, Navajo, Erich Rogers and his partner, heeler, Payden Bray of Texas won 1st in the Wrangler NFR Average Championship Team Roping. Rogers and Bray were fastest in the 10 rounds with 80.20 seconds on 10 head, paid $67,269.23. They placed fifth in round 10 adding to the total of $122,961.54 they’ve won through the WNFR. Erich finished #3 in the world standings as a header and Payden #2 in the world standings as a heeler with $175,503.11 each, earned through the season and the finals. Congratulations on a beautiful NFR victory.

Cherokee team roper Brenten Hall and his partner, Chase Tryan of Montana were no time in round 10. They are fourteenth in the average qualifying on 5/10 head. Hall and Tryan finish #14 in the world standings heading and heeling with $90,144.92 including the $43,000.00 they have won in ten days in Texas.

The 4X WNFR qualifier and defending Indian World Saddle Bronc Riding Champion, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s, Cole Elshere has had a tough finals after an awesome year finishing 6th for the PRCA Season. Cole missed his horse out in round 10 and made one qualified ride. He is fifteen in the average and has dropped from #6 to #13 in the world standings he won with a total of $64,351.14 season and finals earnings, good job Cole.

WNFR saddle bronc riding rookie, Cheyenne River Sioux Indian cowboy, Shorty Garrett was 83.5 points in round 10. He rode 8/10 bucking horses and finished eighth in the average worth $6,346.00 Shorty has won $28,615.38 at the finals totaling $118,620.84 and has went from #4 to #10 in the world saddle bronc riding standings. A stellar rookie year at the WNFR.

Dec. 8-10 for the first time in history the 2020 WNFR hosted Ladies Breakaway Roping. Navajo sisters Cassie and Anna Bahe of Utah fared very well. Cassie won 1st for the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Season Championship. She finished #5 in the final world standings with money won at the WNFR addition to her season for a total of $33,038.57.

Navajo, Anna Bahe had a great WNFR winning two of the 10 rounds to add to season earnings for a total of $20,731.94 and #9 for the 2020 WPRA inaugural WPRA Ladies Breakaway Roping contest. It has been a popular addition to ProRodeo. From all of us in the PRCA Media Room at the WNFR and families at NV1 Radio Network, Merry Christmas and may God bless America.

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WWC WNFR Day 9

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WNFR Round 9-Dec. 11
The 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo contestants of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association have been riding on a sliding scale the first portion of the event in Arlington, Texas, USA. The PRCA announced the $10,000,000.00 equal money to Las Vegas came to fruition prior to the 9th performance Friday night, due to ticket sales and the WNFR being able to conclude all 10 rounds. It is good news for the sport. It is our privilege to provide coverage of our Indian contestants for Native Voice One Radio Network.

The 2017 World Champion Team Roper, Navajo, Erich Rogers and his partner, heeler, Payden Bray of Texas have been taking advantage of the situation. Rogers and Bray are the fastest with 74.60 seconds on 9 head, it will be worth $67,269.00 if they are the fastest on 10 for the Wrangler NFR Average Championship. They placed sixth in round 9 adding to the total of $48,923.08 they’ve won through the WNFR and are #11 in the world standings with $101,464.65 earned through the season and the finals.

Cherokee team roper Brenten Hall and his partner, Chase Tryan of Montana were no time in round 9. They are thirteenth in the average qualifying on 5/9 head. Hall and Tryan are #14 in the world standings with $90,144.92 including the $43,000.00 they have won this week In Texas.

Four time WNFR qualifier and defending Indian World Saddle Bronc Riding Champion, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s, Cole Elshere has had a dismal finals. Cole bucked off in round 9 and has only made one qualified ride. He is fifteen in the average and has dropped from #6 to #13 in the world standings. He can still win $26,230.77 that each round pays in each event to add to his $64,351.14 season and finals earnings, go Cole!

WNFR saddle bronc riding rookie, Cheyenne River Sioux Indian cowboy, Shorty Garrett was 78.5 points in round 9. He has ridden 7/9 bucking horses and is tenth in the average. Shorty has won $22,269.23 at the finals totaling $112.274.69 and has dropped from #4 to #8 in the world saddle bronc riding standings. One more round to go for the PRCA Championships of the World at the Wrangler NFR.

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WWC WNFR Day 8

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WNFR Round 8-Dec.10
Canada night and the conclusion of the inaugural Ladies Breakaway Roping event added to the seven standard events in ProRodeo, are the highlights of the 62nd Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Arlington, Texas, round number 8 of 10. We celebrate the success and support the challenge of our six American Indian contestants that have qualified in the top 15, by money won for the year end finale of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. A very exciting event.
Navajo sisters, Anna and Cassie Bahe of Utah did well in Texas. Cassie Bahe won the world championship ladies break away roping. Anna Bahe finished #8 with the three day, 10 round, with a top 8, then top 4 round competition. This is huge, congratulations to a very fun and talented family. we look forward to seeing them at the Indian National Finals Rodeo.
Team roping, no money won with Navajo, Erich Rogers, whom is #10 in the world standings, Cherokee Brenten Hall is #13. Erich was 9.6 seconds with partner Payden Bray of Texas for no money and Brenten Hall posted a 19.1 second time with partner Chase Tryan of Montana. Rogers is fastest on 8 towards the $67,269.00 to win the rodeo and his second world championship. Hall is eleventh in the aggregate after round 8 of 10 rounds.
Saddle bronc riding Indian country WNFR qualifiers, Cheyenne River Sioux, WNFR rookie, Shorty Garrett was 84.5 and won fifth in the round for his second paycheck of the week worth $6,769.00. Cole Elshere, Standing Rock Sioux was 0 in round 8 at his forth Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Shorty Garrett is #9 in the PRCA world standings and Cole is #13, with 2 rounds to go for the 2020 World Championships in ProRodeo.
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WWC WNFR Day 7

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WNFR Round 7-Dec. 9
Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas held the 2020 MLB World Series and now, the 62nd Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. We hope you are enjoying our coverage of six American Indian cowboys and cowgirls that have qualified in the top 15 in the world standings in each of their respective events to earn a spot and vie for a world title in Texas. We have concluded round 7 of 10 with matinees for the ladies breakaway inaugural WNFR event Dec. 8-10, and the rest at night.
Navajo sisters, Cassie and Anna Bahe of Utah are in the hunt for the break away roping championship. Cassie split third in the 5th round; fourth in round 6 and sixth in round 8, she is sixth in the aggregate and #2 in the world standings.
Anna won round 6, split first in round 7 and is #14 in the ladies breakaway world standings.
Team ropers, Navajo, Erich Rogers roping with Paden Bray of Texas are #1 in the aggregate, fastest on 7 rounds worth $67,269.00 towards the gold buckle if they win, they placed sixth in round 7 and won round 1. Cherokee team roper Brenten Hall, heading for Chase Tryan of Montana, won round 4 and has earned $43,000.00 to this point. Rogers is #9 and Hall is #12 in the world standings header division, team roping.
Our Indian country saddle bronc riders did not fare so well in round 7, each bucked off. Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Cole Elshere has dropped from #6 to #13 in the world standings and Cheyenne River Sioux, Shorty Garrett has moved from #4 to #9 in the saddle bronc riding world standings. WNFR rookie, Shorty has ridden 5/7 and has won money, 4X WNFR qualifier Cole has ridden 1/7 and will be looking for his checks, in the final 3 rounds of this year’s Wrangler NFR.

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