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Hall of Fame prepares to welcome new class

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – It’s a special weekend for everyone involved, a one-of-a-kind affair that draws hundreds of rodeo fans, contestants and industry leaders to Colorado Springs each July. The annual ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, set for 10 a.m. MT on July 12 in the garden area, pays tribute to the best of the best in the sport of ProRodeo, and this year will be no different. Nine people, one talented horse and 16 rodeo committees will take their places alongside the greatest names the sport has ever known and will be forever enshrined in the elite Hall.

This year’s inductees are: all-around cowboy Paul Tierney of Oral, SD; team roper Bobby Hurley of Clarksville, AR; late steer roper Shaun Burchett of Pryor, OK; saddle bronc rider Tom Reeves of Ranger, TX; the late Feek Tooke (stock contractor); Trails End (rodeo livestock); specialty act performers Leon and Vicki Adams (contract personnel); Duane Howard (rodeo notable); and the late Buddy Lytle (lifetime achievement).

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – It’s a special weekend for everyone involved, a one-of-a-kind affair that draws hundreds of rodeo fans, contestants and industry leaders to Colorado Springs each July. The annual ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, set for 10 a.m. MT on July 12 in the garden area, pays tribute to the best of the best in the sport of ProRodeo, and this year will be no different. Nine people, one talented horse and 16 rodeo committees will take their places alongside the greatest names the sport has ever known and will be forever enshrined in the elite Hall.

This year’s inductees are: all-around cowboy Paul Tierney of Oral, SD; team roper Bobby Hurley of Clarksville, AR; late steer roper Shaun Burchett of Pryor, OK; saddle bronc rider Tom Reeves of Ranger, TX; the late Feek Tooke (stock contractor); Trails End (rodeo livestock); specialty act performers Leon and Vicki Adams (contract personnel); Duane Howard (rodeo notable); and the late Buddy Lytle (lifetime achievement).

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – It’s a special weekend for everyone involved, a one-of-a-kind affair that draws hundreds of rodeo fans, contestants and industry leaders to Colorado Springs each July. The annual ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, set for 10 a.m. MT on July 12 in the garden area, pays tribute to the best of the best in the sport of ProRodeo, and this year will be no different. Nine people, one talented horse and 16 rodeo committees will take their places alongside the greatest names the sport has ever known and will be forever enshrined in the elite Hall.

This year’s inductees are: all-around cowboy Paul Tierney of Oral, SD; team roper Bobby Hurley of Clarksville, AR; late steer roper Shaun Burchett of Pryor, OK; saddle bronc rider Tom Reeves of Ranger, TX; the late Feek Tooke (stock contractor); Trails End (rodeo livestock); specialty act performers Leon and Vicki Adams (contract personnel); Duane Howard (rodeo notable); and the late Buddy Lytle (lifetime achievement).

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – It’s a special weekend for everyone involved, a one-of-a-kind affair that draws hundreds of rodeo fans, contestants and industry leaders to Colorado Springs each July. The annual ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, set for 10 a.m. MT on July 12 in the garden area, pays tribute to the best of the best in the sport of ProRodeo, and this year will be no different. Nine people, one talented horse and 16 rodeo committees will take their places alongside the greatest names the sport has ever known and will be forever enshrined in the elite Hall.

This year’s inductees are: all-around cowboy Paul Tierney of Oral, SD; team roper Bobby Hurley of Clarksville, AR; late steer roper Shaun Burchett of Pryor, OK; saddle bronc rider Tom Reeves of Ranger, TX; the late Feek Tooke (stock contractor); Trails End (rodeo livestock); specialty act performers Leon and Vicki Adams (contract personnel); Duane Howard (rodeo notable); and the late Buddy Lytle (lifetime achievement).