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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.

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The Navajo Nation’s Ironman

World Champion Header Erich Rogers won his first Cinch Timed Event Championship in nine attempts at the Lazy E Arena for a $104,000 payday.

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Clayman Smashes JR Ironman Records En Route to $21,500 Payday

Highlandville, Missouri’s Clay Clayman showed out at the JR Ironman at the historic Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma, to pocket $21,500 and write his name in the history books.

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Cinch Timed Event Championship Standings Entering Final Day

With 10 head left to go in the 2022 Cinch Timed Event Championship, here's where the aggregate race stands.

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Doescher Takes Round 2, Rogers Jumps to Lead on 10 Head at 2022 Cinch Timed Event Championship

Erich Rogers picked up $2,000 for second in the go-round, while Cody Doescher got the win worth $3,000 in Round 2 of the Cinch Timed Event Championship at the Lazy E Arena.

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Clayman Rolling Through 2022 JR Ironman After 2 Rounds

Clay Clayman goes into the final round of the JR Ironman presented by the WCRA with a 21.7-second lead on eight head.

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Hass Jumps to Cinch Timed Event Championship Lead With Standout Round 1

NFR steer wrestler Clayton Hass is leading the Cinch Timed Event Championship after the first go-round with a time of 58.4 seconds on five head.

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Reigning NHSFR Champ Clayman Leads 2022 Jr. Ironman After Round 1

Clay Clayman was 40.4 on four head to lead Round 1 of the Jr. Ironman from the Lazy E Arena.

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Cinch Timed Event Championship Streaming Live All Weekend at

The Cinch Timed Event Championship will stream at all weekend long, then be available for viewing on

Editor's Notes

Keeping the Team Roping Tradition Alive

A sneak peek at the March 2022 issue's Dear Roper letter inside of The Team Roping Journal Magazine.

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