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Champions named 2009 National Little Britches Finals Rodeo

Junior Ribbon Roping World Champions: Kassi McPherson, Rapid City, SD and Klay O'Daniel, Oglala, SD.

In the NLBRA, the championship contest is the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, which is held in Pueblo, CO at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Every year, more than 700 of the Association’s top athletes from across the country will gather in Pueblo to take shots at 30 world championships. Most participants are accompanied by their parents and other relatives, making the rodeo truly a family-oriented event.

With more than 3,000 rides and runs taking place over six days on the Colorado State Fairgrounds, coordination and planning are a must for a successful Finals production. The competition area is divided into three arenas – rough stock, timed-event and track. And with three events going on at all times the action never stops, ensuring that there is something of interest for everyone from start to finish.

During the first five days of the rodeo, each contestant competes in two rounds for each event in which he or she has qualified for the Finals. After everyone has competed on two head or two runs, the top 15 contestants in each event become eligible to compete in the short round performance, the Championship Round, on Saturday. Finals champions are determined by points earned strictly at the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, while world titles are awarded on the basis of regular-season points plus points earned at the National Finals.

Prizes up for grab include Cactus Saddles and other tack, DC Design buckles and $40,000 in college scholarships.

The Top 3 World Title Finishers from Tri-State Country are as follows.

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In the NLBRA, the championship contest is the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, which is held in Pueblo, CO at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Every year, more than 700 of the Association’s top athletes from across the country will gather in Pueblo to take shots at 30 world championships. Most participants are accompanied by their parents and other relatives, making the rodeo truly a family-oriented event.

With more than 3,000 rides and runs taking place over six days on the Colorado State Fairgrounds, coordination and planning are a must for a successful Finals production. The competition area is divided into three arenas – rough stock, timed-event and track. And with three events going on at all times the action never stops, ensuring that there is something of interest for everyone from start to finish.

During the first five days of the rodeo, each contestant competes in two rounds for each event in which he or she has qualified for the Finals. After everyone has competed on two head or two runs, the top 15 contestants in each event become eligible to compete in the short round performance, the Championship Round, on Saturday. Finals champions are determined by points earned strictly at the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, while world titles are awarded on the basis of regular-season points plus points earned at the National Finals.

Prizes up for grab include Cactus Saddles and other tack, DC Design buckles and $40,000 in college scholarships.

The Top 3 World Title Finishers from Tri-State Country are as follows.

In the NLBRA, the championship contest is the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, which is held in Pueblo, CO at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Every year, more than 700 of the Association’s top athletes from across the country will gather in Pueblo to take shots at 30 world championships. Most participants are accompanied by their parents and other relatives, making the rodeo truly a family-oriented event.

With more than 3,000 rides and runs taking place over six days on the Colorado State Fairgrounds, coordination and planning are a must for a successful Finals production. The competition area is divided into three arenas – rough stock, timed-event and track. And with three events going on at all times the action never stops, ensuring that there is something of interest for everyone from start to finish.

During the first five days of the rodeo, each contestant competes in two rounds for each event in which he or she has qualified for the Finals. After everyone has competed on two head or two runs, the top 15 contestants in each event become eligible to compete in the short round performance, the Championship Round, on Saturday. Finals champions are determined by points earned strictly at the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, while world titles are awarded on the basis of regular-season points plus points earned at the National Finals.

Prizes up for grab include Cactus Saddles and other tack, DC Design buckles and $40,000 in college scholarships.

The Top 3 World Title Finishers from Tri-State Country are as follows.

In the NLBRA, the championship contest is the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, which is held in Pueblo, CO at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Every year, more than 700 of the Association’s top athletes from across the country will gather in Pueblo to take shots at 30 world championships. Most participants are accompanied by their parents and other relatives, making the rodeo truly a family-oriented event.

With more than 3,000 rides and runs taking place over six days on the Colorado State Fairgrounds, coordination and planning are a must for a successful Finals production. The competition area is divided into three arenas – rough stock, timed-event and track. And with three events going on at all times the action never stops, ensuring that there is something of interest for everyone from start to finish.

During the first five days of the rodeo, each contestant competes in two rounds for each event in which he or she has qualified for the Finals. After everyone has competed on two head or two runs, the top 15 contestants in each event become eligible to compete in the short round performance, the Championship Round, on Saturday. Finals champions are determined by points earned strictly at the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, while world titles are awarded on the basis of regular-season points plus points earned at the National Finals.

Prizes up for grab include Cactus Saddles and other tack, DC Design buckles and $40,000 in college scholarships.

The Top 3 World Title Finishers from Tri-State Country are as follows.

In the NLBRA, the championship contest is the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, which is held in Pueblo, CO at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Every year, more than 700 of the Association’s top athletes from across the country will gather in Pueblo to take shots at 30 world championships. Most participants are accompanied by their parents and other relatives, making the rodeo truly a family-oriented event.

With more than 3,000 rides and runs taking place over six days on the Colorado State Fairgrounds, coordination and planning are a must for a successful Finals production. The competition area is divided into three arenas – rough stock, timed-event and track. And with three events going on at all times the action never stops, ensuring that there is something of interest for everyone from start to finish.

During the first five days of the rodeo, each contestant competes in two rounds for each event in which he or she has qualified for the Finals. After everyone has competed on two head or two runs, the top 15 contestants in each event become eligible to compete in the short round performance, the Championship Round, on Saturday. Finals champions are determined by points earned strictly at the National Little Britches Finals Rodeo, while world titles are awarded on the basis of regular-season points plus points earned at the National Finals.

Prizes up for grab include Cactus Saddles and other tack, DC Design buckles and $40,000 in college scholarships.

The Top 3 World Title Finishers from Tri-State Country are as follows.