It’s ProRodeo Hall of Fame Week in Colorado Springs | TSLN.com

It’s ProRodeo Hall of Fame Week in Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Bareback rider Paul Mayo, who won two world championships and qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 11 times, leads the five-member ProRodeo Hall of Fame class that will be inducted at 10 a.m. July 17, along with 1974 World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider John McBeth and bull rider Denny Flynn, a three-time winner of the NFR average title.

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame Selection Committee voted them all in during meetings at the Hall of Fame April 13, along with third-generation stock contractor Bennie Beutler of Elk City, OK, and Rex Dunn of Hastings, OK, the bullfighter dubbed “Mr. Smooth” by announcer Clem McSpadden.

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame induction week, July 14-19, will include a Special Kids Rodeo, a golf tournament, the Commissioner’s Classic Team Roping and the Cowboy Ball in addition to the 10 a.m.-noon induction ceremonies in the garden area of the Hall on July 17.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – Bareback rider Paul Mayo, who won two world championships and qualified for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo 11 times, leads the five-member ProRodeo Hall of Fame class that will be inducted at 10 a.m. July 17, along with 1974 World Champion Saddle Bronc Rider John McBeth and bull rider Denny Flynn, a three-time winner of the NFR average title.

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame Selection Committee voted them all in during meetings at the Hall of Fame April 13, along with third-generation stock contractor Bennie Beutler of Elk City, OK, and Rex Dunn of Hastings, OK, the bullfighter dubbed “Mr. Smooth” by announcer Clem McSpadden.

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame induction week, July 14-19, will include a Special Kids Rodeo, a golf tournament, the Commissioner’s Classic Team Roping and the Cowboy Ball in addition to the 10 a.m.-noon induction ceremonies in the garden area of the Hall on July 17.

Recommended Stories For You

Go back to article