The One and Only Pam Minick
Pam Minick is a woman of many talents, and she joins The Score in honor of Women in Rodeo Month to talk about her iconic career.
Black and white photo of Charmayne James team roping with Pam Minick.
Charmayne James roping with Pam Minick. | Courtesy WPRCA

Pam Minick is an icon for anyone who loves excellence in rodeo, with a career that has spanned the decades with a timeless ability to bring out the best stories in the sport.

A team roper and breakaway roper herself, Minick called the team roping play-by-play in the 1980s at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Her longtime knowledge of the sport put her in the role, knowledge gained as a team roper herself who was also the 1973 Miss Rodeo America.

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This episode is presented by our #WomenInRodeoMonth sponsors: Mane N Tail, Resistol and R Watson Boots.

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