ProRodeo Sports News - Nov. 1, 2019
can. Give all you can under the name of the Justin Boot company and the John Justin family.” The JCCF also will have its Silent Auction at the South Point Hotel & Casino Exhibit Hall, Dec. 3-4. It will be Dec. 3 from 12:30-4 p.m. (PT) and Dec. 4 from 12:30-4:30 p.m. with the auction ending and check out beginning at 3 p.m. All proceeds benefit the JCCF. Rooftop Rodeo feted by Mountain States Circuit For years, Rooftop Rodeo has been recognized as one of the best ProRo- deos across the country. Over the weekend of Oct. 26-27, the voters in the Mountain States Circuit made it known that Estes Park’s rodeo is one of the best in the Colorado-Wyo- ming region, honoring the event as its Large Rodeo of the Year. “This is a very big honor for us as a committee, the town of Estes Park and the people in this community,” Mark Purdy, chairman of Estes Park Western Heritage Inc., said in a press release. “We have dedicated volunteers that work very hard every year to make our rodeo the best it can be.”
Bob Tallman charity bowling tournament
QUADE EDWARD GUENTHNER A boy, born Oct. 24 to PRCA Wrangler National Finals Rodeo- qualifying steer wrestler Scott Guenthner, and his wife, Becky, of
The Bob Tallman charity bowling tournament will once again take place dur- ing the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. This year’s tournament is scheduled to be at the Gold Coast Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Dec. 7. Registration opens at 10:30 a.m. (PT). For the past 11 years, Tallman has hosted the tournament during the Wran- gler NFR. The tournament raises money for Speedway Children’s Charities and the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund. “You first have to take note that in the days of the inception of this program (JCCF) it was John Justin’s character and his heart that he wanted to secure a place for the Justin name at a high level of giving, that would lure other groups, rodeo committees, sponsors and people of benevolent worth to participate to do such a wonderful thing,” said Tallman, who was inducted into the ProRo- deo Hall of Fame in 2004. “What this program was intended to do, they have never differed from it. It’s get all you
Provost, Alberta. Quade weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and was 19¾ inches long. This is the couple’s first child.
AUGUSTUS RAMSEY HILTON
A boy, born Oct. 21 to PRCA music director Josh “Hambone” Hilton and his wife, Whitney, of
Weatherford, Texas. Augustus weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19¼ inches long. This is the couple’s first child.
RE-RIDES • In the November print issue of ProRodeo Sports News in the BY THE NUMBERS section page 5, the number $1.2 million was used for the amount of money tie-down roper Tuf Cooper has earned during his career at the Wrangler NFR. The amount of money earned should have been for Billy Etbauer – $1,279,436 – during his career at the Wrangler NFR, putting him third in the NFR career earnings list behind, Trevor Brazile ($1,971,305) and No. 2 Cody Ohl ($1,401,384). • The team roping heading horse Jewels Smoke Screen “Smoke” that was named the 2019 Purina Horse of the Year presented by AQHA was misidentified in the November print issue of PSN . Smoke is pictured at left.
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ProRodeo Sports News 11/1/2019
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