Want to see Sonny Murphy or Matt Austin in action this winter? Don't look for their names in the day sheets. Instead, head to one of the many rehab centers where these guys and others are trying to bounce back.
Want to see Sonny Murphy, Fred Whitfield, Joe Beaver or Cody DeMoss in action this winter? Don't look for their names in the day sheets. Instead, head to one of the many rehab centers where these guys and others are trying to bounce back.
While many cowboys are gearing up for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo or making a final effort to jump in the world standings, there are lots of cowboys and cowgirls already preparing for their biggest rodeo of the year.
After a busy month that included four stops on the ProRodeo Summer Tour, 96 of the summer's top cowboys and cowgirls are making their way to Omaha, Neb., for this weekend's ProRodeo Summer Tour Finale.
Team roper Brandon Beers is ready to follow in his father's footsteps. After filling his permit with his first professional rodeo and spending a couple of years competing primarily at the circuit level, Beers is setting his sights on Las Vegas.
Jared Keylon didn't grow up in a rodeo family. In fact, he didn't even know what a bareback riding rigging looked like — until his brother introduced them both to the sport that's taken Keylon to the top collegiate levels and into the PRCA.
The first Tour finale of the year brings a mix of young and old, experienced and first-timers, to the Chute-out table, including more than two dozen competitors who are making their Pace Series event debuts.