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JR Dees Levi Lord Team Ropers Estes Park

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

First-String: JR Dees to Showcase First Appaloosa Head Horse in Modern Rodeo History at 2022 NFR

JR Dees will ride 11-year-old Famous Dillon at the 2022 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

Rope Horses

Thanks, Frank!

Jake Orman is ready for first-time NFR battle on his signature gray.

Flinty

Rope Horses

How a Head Horse Named Flinty Salvaged Clay Smith’s Season

Show Me The Buckles

Industry

Reliance Ranches Continues Commitment to Horse Industry with Purchase of Stallions Show Me The Buckles and Dirty Fling 

Just one day after the Riata Buckle shook the rope horse market, Reliance Ranches buys leading rope horse sire Show Me The Buckles from the Relentless Remuda and junior stallion Dirty Fling from the Remuda and Solo Select.

NFR Horses

Rope Horses

Let’s Hear it for the Horses

Riata Buckle #10.5 All-Ages Ivy Hurst Clay Hurst

Industry

Better Than a Barrel Race: Hursts Get $62K Riata Buckle #10.5 All-Ages Win Thanks to A Streak Of Fling Mare

Pro barrel racer Ivy Hurst cashed in with her husband Clay for biggest check of her career at Riata Buckle.

Riata Buckle #10.5 Futurity Champions Brooke Wilson Tripp Townsend

Industry

Cowboy Stuff: Wilson and Townsend Notch Historic Riata Buckle #10.5 Futurity Title

Wilson and Townsend bring using horses to town for Riata Buckle's $62K futurity title.

Riata Buckle #12.5 Futurity Bo Crutchfield and Chris Littlefield

Industry

Big Valley MS Haida and Bo Crutchfield and That Bold Pepto CCL and Chris Littlefield Win Riata Buckle #12.5 Futurity

Ranchers and cowboys led the way throughout the Riata Buckle Futurity, with the #12.5 being no exception.

Kirby Blankenship and JD McGuire

Industry

Blankenship and McGuire Jump Ride Way to Riata Buckle #12.5 Slide All-Ages Title

Hickory Holly Time has taken the stallion title in the first two team ropings of the Riata Buckle's inaugural event.

Industry

Unprecedented: Seven S Whiskeysour and Lovell, DT Hickorys Mistycat and Kirchenschlager Bank $90K for First-Ever Riata Buckle Pro Futurity Win

Lovell and Kirchenschlager won the first-ever $400,000 futurity.

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