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Meet the PRCA Steer Ropers and Saddle Bronc Riders
04/28/2009

Guymon, Oklahoma – Wednesday, April 29th at 8pm the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo Committee invites you to its Annual Introduction of the PRCA Steer Ropers. You’ll get to visit with some local favorites like Rocky Patterson, from Pratt, Kansas who attended Oklahoma Panhandle State University and is currently ranked 5th in the PRCA Steer Roping and Buster Record Jr. from Buffalo. Or some of your old favorites like Dan Fisher out of Andrews, Texas, currently ranked 20th and Guy Allen out Santa Anna, Texas, currently ranked 28th.

Since Guymon is well known for being the “Saddle Bronc Capitol of the World,” this year the committee will also be introducing the PRCA Saddle Bronc Riders. You might have the opportunity to get an autograph from some of the top PRCA Bronc Riders, like some of our local favorites, Billy Etbauer currently ranked 41st , Trell Etbauer currently ranked 38th , or Taos Muncy who is ranked 7th in the World Standings.

This year’s event will take place at a new location, Bob’s Cowboy Bar in downtown Guymon. PRCA Card Holders will receive their first beer of the evening for free! Join us Wednesday night at Bob’s Cowboy Bar; there will be live entertainment and drink specials to help welcome these ropers and riders to Guymon!

For more information on this or other events of “Oklahoma’s Richest Rodeo,” visit www.guymonrodeo.com, “Where Cowboys Become Legends!”

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