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Navajo Aaron Tsinigini and Colorado cowboy Trey Yates win the team roping aggregate for the 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Trevor Brazil wins his 24th gold buckle as all-around champion of the world on his retirement year. We have the results from round 10, the average winners and world champions with interviews from Trevor Brazil and Wade Sundell.
Ogallala Lakota bareback Brock rider Shane O’Connell sees his second check in four rounds his rookie year at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Navajo Aaron Tsinigini picks up another check as our Indian contingency is going for the cash in the city of lights, Las Vegas. We have results from the fourth go-round of 10 from the 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and words with Shane O’Connell and other winners from the PRCA’s NFR round 4.
Navajo Derrick Begay won The team roping round three of 10 at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada. The win earned him over $26,000 and moved him up to sixth in the World Standings in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. The 60th Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo continues through Saturday December 15th, 2018 when world champions will be crowned. We have results and interviews with Derrick Begay and Isaac Deas after victories in the city of lights.
Ogallala Lakota Bareback Bronc Rider, Shane O’Connell of South Dakota, picked up his first check ever as a rookie at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Cort Sheer, Saddle Bronc rider from Nebraska is winning the top gun award as he has won the first two rounds worth near $55,000 in 16 seconds. We have go round and world standings leaders after the second round of competition in the city of lights.
Marshall’s Herman Byrne, 4X INFR Bullfighter of the Oglala Lakota from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in southwest South Dakota, is our guest today on Word With A Champ. A talented major league athlete shares his mind about his craft. Today he Is up against young bulls with young riders in the junior leagues of INFR bull riding then tonight he will be up against the mature and dangerous professional animal athletes, he presents an interesting perspective.
Blackfoot Indian cowboy Austin Wagner is from Montana and his bull fighting partner at the Indian National Finals Rodeo, Nigel Harvey of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico are our guests today on Word With A Champ. Very talented and modest individuals discuss their participation here at the 43rd annual celebration in the premier event in all Indian rodeo. It is fun to see these individuals excel and listen to what they have to say about their craft.
It is the pinnacle of a sport designed for family participation and development of men and women. Today we report the 43rd Annual Indian National Finals Rodeo that crowned it’s 2018 INFR Champions recently in Las Vegas. It is the second of a three part series of our Wrangler Fall Sports Specials associated with Word With A Champ on Native Voice 1 Radio Network.
Apsáalooke / Crow Nations Autumn Charges Strong of Montana, who is a very talented horse racing jockey, is our guest on Word With A Champ. The Montana lady has dominated the Horse Nations Indian Relay Council Maidens Races the last four years. Autumn is soft-spoken and defines the word lady, one that will take your money riding the horses that are hauled for her from Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation. We are blessed to have her in our sport and on our show.
Colville Tribes Ashlee Abrahamsson of Washington is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Ashley’s Indian relay horse racing team won the world at the Championship of Champions Indian relay horse racing event recently in Walla Walla, Washington. A sharp young lady discusses the efforts that paid off in route to their success.
Ogallala Lakota, Calvin Ghostbear is our guest today on Word With A Champ. Calvin is the president of the Horse Nations Indian Relay Council that recently hosted the Championship of Champions in Walla Walla, Washington. Calvin discusses the successful event and the potential of Indian relay horse racing and the families involved.