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DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

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The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

DODGE CITY, KS – Saddle bronc rider Billy Etbauer’s bid for a record-tying sixth world championship took a big step forward on Aug. 3 with his third win at the Dodge City Roundup Rodeo in the past four years at the 26th and final stop on the 2008 Wrangler ProRodeo Tour.

Etbauer, who had won the first round with an 86-point ride on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Devil, came back on Sunday to share second in the short round with an 84-point effort on Harry Vold’s Hangar and claim the average title by a single point over Isaac Diaz and Rusty Allen.

His combined earnings of $6,637 for the weekend kept his lead in the Crusher Rentals PRCA World Standings at more than $6,000 over Cody Wright, who finished fourth in the average in Dodge City. Diaz won Sunday’s short round, also on Sun Devil, with a score of 87 points.

Etbauer, 45, is seeking to equal the record of six saddle bronc world championships shared by Casey Tibbs and Dan Mortensen.

Bareback rider Steven Dent of Mullen, NE, also extended his lead in the world standings by winning the two-head average. Dent rode Frontier Rodeo Company’s Full Baggage for 87 points in Sunday’s short round to match the 87 Royce Ford earned on Frontier Rodeo’s Delta Force, and that was enough to hold off Ford by one point in the average (166-165).

Doug Pharr, of Victoria, TX, backed up his second-round win in the tie-down roping with another in Sunday’s short round that he managed in a rodeo-best 7.4 seconds. The parlay brought him the average title with a three-head time of 25.5 seconds and also the all-around crown with earnings of $4,180.

The most dominant victory of the weekend belonged to bull rider J.W. Harris of May, TX. He won the first round on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Wolf with an 89-point ride and then won the short go with 87 points on Frontier Rodeo Company’s Coyote Bill. His combined score of 176 points beat runner-up Cooper Kanngiesser by 21 points.

The other average-title winners were Sean Mulligan of Coleman, OK, and Jason Lahr of Emporia, KS, who tied for the steer wrestling title (12.7 seconds on three head), team ropers Keven Daniel, Franklin, TN/Cory Petska, Lexington, OK (16.6 seconds on three head) and barrel racer Terra Bynum of Colorado City, TX, (34.53 seconds on two runs).

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