The weekend at the Lazy E Arena started off with the 37th Annual Cinch Timed Event Championship. After the final round was complete on Saturday, March 13, Poplarville, Mississippi’s Marcus Theriot was crowned the Cinch Ironman after knocking down 25 head in 322.4 seconds, worth $100,000

Then we watched as some of the elite ropers in our sport piled into the Lazy E to compete at the 44th annual Bob Feist Invitational where we watched as Manny Egusquiza and Kory Koontz knocked down their sixth steer at high team back in 7.16 seconds to secure the win with a time of 46.48 seconds on six head, worth $150,000 for the team.

To top off their weekend, Kory’s 13-year-old dun gelding, Remix won the Heel Horse of the BFI

If you remember, Kory was in a major wreck on Jan. 16, 2020, which left Koontz’s truck and trailer totaled, and he lost his new mount Rudy. Remix came out of the accident beaten up.

Koontz, with the help of Outlaw Equine’s Josh Harvey and team, fought hard to help bring Remix back to fighting shape. After weeks of therapy on the AquaTred and walker, Remix came back better than ever before.

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