Coy Rahlmann, of Ellsinore, Missouri, has his sights set on qualifying for what could be his first-ever trip to the Wrangler NFR in December of 2021. Rahlmann, 20, is currently 23rd in the Pro Rodeo world standings with $40,201.36 is season earnings, which is nearly $9,000 behind Tate Kirchenschlager who sits 15th in the standings with $49,247.82.
Rahlmann, who is heading for Douglas Rich, joins “The Short Score” host Kaitlin Gustave to discuss his latest hot streak at the Pro Rodeos, his partnership with Douglas, his past partnership with Ryan VonAhn and his most recent head horse purchase.
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Rahlmann also explains his and Rich’s reasoning for drawing out of the final round at the WCRA’s Days of ’47 Cowboy Games and Rodeo in Salt Lake City this past July.
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