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PRCA Permit Holder of the Year Challenge recap

The second annual PRCA Permit Holder of the Year Challenge was held during the Benny Binion’s World Famous Bucking Horse & Bull Sale at the South Point Hotel, Spa & Casino’s Equestrian Center, Dec. 4-5, with PRCA permit holders competing for cash and prizes. Justin Miller of Billings, MT, won the bareback riding, Keith Brauer of Freeburg, IL, took the saddle bronc riding competition and Ty Pozzobon of Merritt, B.C., was the bull riding winner.

The top five permit holders in the bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and bull riding, based on total money won by the end of the 2010 season on Sept. 30, were invited to compete in the two-day event. The winner in each event was the cowboy with the most combined points from the go-rounds at the sale, and cowboys had to compete in all go-rounds and any bonus rounds to be eligible for the prizes.

The event was created last year by the PRCA Stock Contractor Executive Council to serve as an added benefit for PRCA permit holders – cowboys just starting out on their ProRodeo careers who are fighting to make a name for themselves in the sport.

Event sponsors included RAM Rodeo, Wrangler, Justin Brands, Barstow Rodeo, SPI and the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa.

The second annual PRCA Permit Holder of the Year Challenge was held during the Benny Binion’s World Famous Bucking Horse & Bull Sale at the South Point Hotel, Spa & Casino’s Equestrian Center, Dec. 4-5, with PRCA permit holders competing for cash and prizes. Justin Miller of Billings, MT, won the bareback riding, Keith Brauer of Freeburg, IL, took the saddle bronc riding competition and Ty Pozzobon of Merritt, B.C., was the bull riding winner.

The top five permit holders in the bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and bull riding, based on total money won by the end of the 2010 season on Sept. 30, were invited to compete in the two-day event. The winner in each event was the cowboy with the most combined points from the go-rounds at the sale, and cowboys had to compete in all go-rounds and any bonus rounds to be eligible for the prizes.

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The event was created last year by the PRCA Stock Contractor Executive Council to serve as an added benefit for PRCA permit holders – cowboys just starting out on their ProRodeo careers who are fighting to make a name for themselves in the sport.

Event sponsors included RAM Rodeo, Wrangler, Justin Brands, Barstow Rodeo, SPI and the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa.

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