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Steer wrestling boss wins all-around

Garrison Begay and Donovan Yazzie are considered two of the better cowboys in their profession.

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Opportunity of a lifetime

Ivan Sells makes the most of his PBR debut

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Tsinigine, Cooper place third in team roping at WNFR

In 2006, Aaron Tsinigine first introduced himself to the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association as an amateur with lofty dreams.

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Rogers, partner place seventh in team-roping average

The team-roping competition was a hit and miss for the contestants at this year’s Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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Dennison drops to 9th in barrel racing at WNFR

After an impressive start at the 2014 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Navajo cowgirl Kassidy Dennison has dropped to ninth place in the average race.

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NFR BOUND

Tuba City roper steps up to the plate and earns 1st qualification

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Local stock contractor’s bull chosen for PBR World Finals

Terry Walker has spent the last 15 years digging deep into his pockets and working long hours tending to his bucking bulls and as of this week it has been worth it.

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Stock contractors, pick-up men, staff waiting to get paid by IIFR

It has been over a week and a half since the 10th annual International Indian Finals rodeo came to a close and some of those who were hired to help have yet to see a dime.

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Lucrative payouts a bust

Based on raw numbers, the inaugural International Indian National Finals Rodeo did not generate enough interest.

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They can compete

If there is one thing Kaitlyn Haven and Sharaya Edgewater learned about themselves as newly crowned world champions it’s that they can.