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Indian national finals rodeo
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 42nd annual Indian National Finals Rodeo concluded Saturday night November 11, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. A full house enjoyed the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in each event at the South Point Equestrian Center. Today we have the results of the championship round along with the congratulations to the Indian World Champion cowboys and cowgirls in all of their respective events.
The Indian National Finals Rodeo program is special because of the fact that it Is a family affair. The INFR Junior and Senior events are in full swing with the standard events at the Southpoint Equestrian Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. Today we have results at the halfway mark of round number three in the standard events and the first go-round of the junior and senior events. The INFR‘s favorite cowboy, Twister Fischer pictured, showing his patriotism for United States of America, during the national anthem.