Erich Rogers: Cowboy Camaraderie and Winning $104K at the Lazy E’s Cinch Timed Event Championship
Erich Rogers' has long been the Navajo Nation's top all-around timed event hand. Now he's on the map as one of the few Ironmen of ProRodeo at the Lazy E Arena's Cinch Timed Event Championship.
Erich Rogers
Erich Rogers at the 2022 Cinch Timed Event Championship. | TRJ File Photo

Erich Rogers gritted it out through 25 head in three days to win over $100,000 at the historic Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma at the Cinch Timed Event Championship. Rogers sits down with Chelsea Shaffer to discuss cowboy camaraderie, horsepower, and how his background helped him prepare for the grueling event.

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