Steer Wrestling – Bigger, Better and More

Ote Berry has already proven he knows how to put on a good show. The fact that the Pro Rodeo Hall of Famer and four-time world champion steer wrestler gets to do it again in Las Vegas is just an added bonus. The Ote Berry Junior Steer Wrestling World Championship returns to Vegas once again […]

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Bo knows the Junior World Finals

The name isn’t the only thing different about this year’s Junior World Finals in Las Vegas. Previously known as the Junior NFR, the Junior World Finals promises to be bigger and better in a number of ways when the event kicks off Dec. 5 at the Wrangler Rodeo Arena in the South Halls of the […]

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A name to remember

Beau Kelley spent the first week of the Junior National Finals Rodeo on the roughstock end of the Wrangler Rodeo Arena. Kelley, a 13-year-old bull rider from Coolidge, Arizona, finished third in the average in the 12-13 division on Monday. A different Beau Kelley, a bareback bronc rider, placed second in the senior division. Tuesday, […]

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Part of the process

Bridger Anderson was having a tough fall last year. The freshman at Northwestern Oklahoma State University was sitting sixth in the Central Plains Region steer wrestling standings and had admittedly struggled in the Prairie Circuit season to that point. Anderson, however, had already done enough earlier in the summer and fall to qualify for the […]

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