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PRCA announces award finalists

The top five nominees for the PRCA Year-End Awards have been announced. The ballots were mailed Sept. 12, and the winners will be announced at the annual banquet held during the PRCA National Convention on Dec. 3.

The final ballot must be returned to the PRCA Auditing Firm no later than Oct. 15.



Wayne Brooks

Randy Corley

Mike Mathis

Boyd Polhamus

Andy Stewart


Linda Alsbaugh

Sunni Deb Backstrom

Amanda Corley-Sanders

Sandy Gwatney

Haley Schneeberger

Bullfighter *

Kenny Bergeron

Aaron Ferguson

Darran Robertson

Dusty Tuckness

Cory Wall

Cody Webster

*Six places due to tie

Dress Act of the Year

Rider Kiesner

Anthony Lucia

Jerry Wayne Olson

One Arm Bandit – Amanda and John Payne

Riata Ranch Cowboy Girls

– Jennifer Nicholson, Brandi Phillips

Comedy Act of the Year

John Harrison

Keith Isley

Troy Lerwill

Gizmo McCracken

Mark Swingler

Clown of the Year

John Harrison

Keith Isley

Troy Lerwill

Justin Rumford

Cody Sosebee

Small Rodeo of the Year

Cave Creek, Ariz.

Claremore, Okla.

Goliad, Texas

Huntsville, Texas

Winnsboro, La.

Medium Rodeo of the Year

Amarillo, Texas

Coleman, Texas

Deadwood, S.D.

Estes Park, Colo.

Weatherford, Texas

Large Outdoor Rodeo of the Year

Cheyenne, Wyo.

Lovington, N.M.

Ogden, Utah

Pendleton, Ore.

Salinas, Calif.

Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year

Denver, Colo.

Fort Worth, Texas

Jackson, Miss.

Rapid City, S.D.

San Antonio, Texas

2014 PRCA Donita Barnes Contract Personnel Lifetime Achievement Award

The PRCA Donita Barnes Contract Personnel Lifetime Achievement Award recognizes and honors those contract personnel members of the PRCA who have dedicated their lives to the rodeo industry through their commitment and contributions.

The five nominees are Pete Burns, Quail Dobbs, Kay Gay, Liz Kesler and Karen Vold.

Ballots went out Sept. 12, and are due back by Oct. 15. The winner will be announced at the PRCA Awards Banquet on Dec. 3 in Las Vegas.


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