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Centennial Bronc Match

Photo by Doug HoganChancy Miller of Faith, SD, a hometown favorite, was making a great ride until the next jump when the horse fell on him, earning him a re-ride. He went on to place in the first round of competition.

Faith, SD held their Centennial Bronc Match riding event, Aug. 11, with 30 top saddle bronc riders and 10 top-notch stock contractors.

Rory and Red Lemmel, Stace Smith and the community of Faith made it a spectacular event. Stock contractors brought in three of their best four- and five-year-old horses as bucking stock. Not only were cowboys judged, but a separate set of judges evaluated horses and how well they bucked and if they threw a cowboy off.

What was different in this event was that cowboys making it to the Short-go were able to choose which horse they wanted to ride, instead of the normal hat-draw. Rory Lemmel said they are working on a registry to keep track of pedigrees of these horses as they grow up, including records for each horse.

Taos Muncy of Corona, NM won the Short-go, followed by Cody Taton, Mud Butte, SD; 3. Jeff Willert, Belvidere; and 4. Josh Reynolds, Ekalaka, MT.

Stock contractors placed as follows: 1. Korkow Rodeos; 2. Doug Vold; 3. Wild Card Rodeo; 4. Daniel Yellowhawk; and 4. Jess Martin.

Faith, SD held their Centennial Bronc Match riding event, Aug. 11, with 30 top saddle bronc riders and 10 top-notch stock contractors.

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Rory and Red Lemmel, Stace Smith and the community of Faith made it a spectacular event. Stock contractors brought in three of their best four- and five-year-old horses as bucking stock. Not only were cowboys judged, but a separate set of judges evaluated horses and how well they bucked and if they threw a cowboy off.

What was different in this event was that cowboys making it to the Short-go were able to choose which horse they wanted to ride, instead of the normal hat-draw. Rory Lemmel said they are working on a registry to keep track of pedigrees of these horses as they grow up, including records for each horse.

Taos Muncy of Corona, NM won the Short-go, followed by Cody Taton, Mud Butte, SD; 3. Jeff Willert, Belvidere; and 4. Josh Reynolds, Ekalaka, MT.

Stock contractors placed as follows: 1. Korkow Rodeos; 2. Doug Vold; 3. Wild Card Rodeo; 4. Daniel Yellowhawk; and 4. Jess Martin.

Faith, SD held their Centennial Bronc Match riding event, Aug. 11, with 30 top saddle bronc riders and 10 top-notch stock contractors.

Rory and Red Lemmel, Stace Smith and the community of Faith made it a spectacular event. Stock contractors brought in three of their best four- and five-year-old horses as bucking stock. Not only were cowboys judged, but a separate set of judges evaluated horses and how well they bucked and if they threw a cowboy off.

What was different in this event was that cowboys making it to the Short-go were able to choose which horse they wanted to ride, instead of the normal hat-draw. Rory Lemmel said they are working on a registry to keep track of pedigrees of these horses as they grow up, including records for each horse.

Taos Muncy of Corona, NM won the Short-go, followed by Cody Taton, Mud Butte, SD; 3. Jeff Willert, Belvidere; and 4. Josh Reynolds, Ekalaka, MT.

Stock contractors placed as follows: 1. Korkow Rodeos; 2. Doug Vold; 3. Wild Card Rodeo; 4. Daniel Yellowhawk; and 4. Jess Martin.

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