Rodeo

Rodeo Articles in The Equine Report

Rodeo tests the speed and the skill needed to be a cowboy or cowgirl. “Rough stock” events involve bareback and saddle-bronc as well as bull riding. Timed events include calf roping, team roping, steer wrestling, and barrel racing. Younger competitors often get started in rodeo by participating in goat tying and chute dogging.

“Cowboys gotta ride” – Review of The Rider [2017]

  By Barbara Newtown. Saddle bronc competitor Brady Blackburn, skull crushed by a hoof and repaired with a metal plate,…
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Q & A with Sarah Rose McDonald, 2015/2016 NFR Qualifier in Barrel Racing

  Sarah Rose McDonald of New Brunswick, Georgia, lost her barrel racing partner Bling (Fame Fling N Bling) in January. …
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Q & A with Tyler Waguespack, 2016 World Champion Steer Wrestler

Tyler Waguespack of Gonzales, Louisiana, first qualified for the National Finals Rodeo in steer wrestling in 2015.  This year he…
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