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Spencer Wright
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Wrangler Network

Nov 29, 2018 By TMPromotions

In December 2013, upon discovering that there was a void for live rodeo coverage in the western marketplace, Wrangler Jeans launched the Wrangler Network. The first and only free rodeo and western lifestyle digital platform that offers 24-7 content to all. As the go-to resource for…

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Winning the Great White North

Nov 27, 2018 By TMPromotions

Before he met his fiancé, Richmond Champion only ventured north of the border for a few large Canadian rodeos each year. Then Paige Lawrence entered her life. From the tiny burg of Kennedy, Saskatchewan, Lawrence was living in Calgary, Alberta, when the two began dating. That’s when Champion, a four-time…

Gwatneys
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Love and Rodeo

Nov 16, 2018 By TMPromotions

Working or competing at every large rodeo in the United States is a magnificent feat, and it’s one that John Gwatney is proud to have on his resume. He has been decorated for his knowledge in the sport. A man who has competed in every event inside the arena, he…

Tuf Cooper and Trever Brazile
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Family Competition

Nov 1, 2018 By TMPromotions

Gold may be a rare commodity for many, but a couple of cowboys in Decatur own it in a bushel basket. Between them, Trevor Brazile and Tuf Cooper own 27 world championship gold buckles. They are great ropers, great horsemen, great cowboys and the faces of the ProRodeo. They’re also…

Photo by Ric Andersen
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Bucking Brothers

Oct 16, 2018 By TMPromotions

Neither Jacobs Crawley nor Sterling Crawley can remember the first time they were horseback; they were just too young. “They have pictures of us in diapers leading horses,” said Sterling Crawley, 27, the youngest of the bronc riding brothers who grew up in Ennis and graduated from high school in…

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Begin Again

Oct 4, 2018 By TMPromotions

Just as the Earth revolves on its axis, the rodeo world is cyclical. One season begins before another ends. In ProRodeo, the 2018 regular season concluded Sept. 30. The qualifiers to the National Finals Rodeo are securing their final arrangements to compete in the sport’s grand championship, held inside the…

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Family Tradition

Sep 18, 2018 By TMPromotions

It takes a certain spirit to handle the rugged terrain of West Texas. It’s a virtual desert with just enough vegetation to make a decent place to raise livestock. That’s why Marvin McKinley Fisher Sr. moved from Arkansas to Andrews more than a century ago. He passed it along to…

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Hey, It’s Your Turn

Sep 17, 2018 By TMPromotions

What is The Texas Optimism Project? The Texas Optimism Project is a sponsored initiative between Texas Monthly and Frost Bank. The project aims to inspire optimism through stories of extraordinary Texans. Are you an optimist? Learn more and take the quiz HERE. Now we want to hear from YOU!…

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Your New Gameday Tradition

Sep 17, 2018 By TMPromotions

Shake up game day with these signature Texas tailgate cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. These drinks will raise your game and show your team pride across the Lone Star State.

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Carr Creations

Sep 6, 2018 By TMPromotions

Legends aren’t just born, they’re bred, and the proof can be seen all over the Pete Carr Pro Rodeo ranch in Athens. “I started off with zero animals, and I had to build by buying the right animals,” said Carr, a Dallas-based livestock producer who has been recognized as one…