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PENDLETON — Jesse Brown’s name has been on the champions’ wall on the back of the Pendleton Round-Up Stadium for two years. He wouldn’t mind if it stayed there a little bit longer.

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HERMISTON — With Heppner’s Blake Knowles holding the lead with a time of 8.7 seconds on two runs, Dalton Massey knew he had to have a quick run if he wanted to finish atop the leaderboard in the steer wrestling competition.

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HEPPNER — Earning a trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is no easy feat during the best of times. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, cowboys were fighting for every last dollar to the end of September.

BANGOR, Maine. – Robson Aragao captured his second Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Real Time Pain Relief Velocity Tour (RVT) event victory in the state of Maine on Sunday afternoon in front of a sold out crowd. 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Eduardo Aparecido of Gouvelandia, Brazil has now won three out of the last four events, after taking home the event title in the Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) Jacksonville Invitational Sunday.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Rookie Koal Livingston of Burleson, Texas turned in his second career qualified ride on the Built Ford Tough Series (BFTS) and it was enough to win Round 1 of the Jacksonville Invitational Saturday night at Veterans Memorial Arena.

SAN ANTONIO -- CoBurn Bradshaw didn't have a pleasant dismount, but that didn't matter - he still won the biggest rodeo of his career.

SAN ANGELO, Texas – Craig at Midnight is big and powerful. He stands at least 16 hands tall and weighs in excess of 1,800 pounds, and he’s the reigning Bareback Horse of the Year.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Eduardo Aparecido returned to Kansas City where he rode his way to the victory at the PBR’s (Professional Bull Riders) Kansas City Invitational, presented by Express Employment Professionals, for the second year in a row Sunday afternoon at Sprint Center.

STEPHENVILLE, Texas. – Thomas Joseph “T.J.” Walter, a 12-time NFR qualifier (1970-79, 1981 and 1983) as a bareback rider and a PRCA director of rodeo administration, a board member and a president of the PRCA for part of 1986, passed away here Jan. 1 after a four-year battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 67.