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1997 West of the Pecos Rodeo - Pecos, TX

For Day Results see Results
(results through Tuesday nights special slack performance)
July 2, 1997

SENIOR STEER ROPING - official results

First go-round

1. Arnold Felts, Sonora, TX, 12.9
2. Martin Casebolt,Pawhuska, OK, 14.2
3. Rex Prather,Post, TX,14.3
4. Myrl Goodwin,Canyon, TX,16.0

Second go-round

1/2. Eldon Dudley,Perryton, TX,13.8
1/2. Myrl Goodwin,Canyon, TX,13.8
3. Arnold Felts,Sonora, TX,15.1
4. Dan Rienhardt,Marshall, TX,15.4

Final go-round

1. Arnold Felts,Sonora, TX,13.6
2. Myrl Goodwin,Canyon, TX.20.2
3. Dan Rienhardt,Marshall, TX,25.3
4. Charles Good,Elida, NM,26.3

Average (three run total)

1. Arnold Felts,Sonora, TX,41.9
2. Myrl Goodwin,Canyon, TX,50.0
3. Charles Good,Elida, NM,61.8
4. Dan Rienhardt,Marshall, TX,65.0

Second go-round leaders


1. Terry Kitchens,Mullin, TX,10.0
2/3. Jade Conner,Roanoke, LA,10.1
2/3. Stran Smith,Tell, TX,10.1
4/5. Rope Myers,Athens, TX,10.2
4/5. Matt Petrus,Sinton, TX,10.2


1. Byron Walker,Ennis, TX, 4.3
2/3. Brian Bauerle,Austin, TX, 4.5
2/3. Jason Harper,Palmer, TX, 4.5
4. Tommy Puryear,Burnet, TX, 4.6


1. Stormy Pruitt,Fort Davis, TX
Zane Bowers,Llano, TX, 7.2
2. Chad Saunders,Greenbrier, AR,
Shawn Harris,Conway, AR, 8.1
3. Chris Lawson,Collinsville, OK
Mickey Gomez,Salado, TX, 8.5
4. Mike Rabenaldt,Converse, TX
Zane Bruce,El Dorado, TX, 8.9


1. Jerry Cox,Cotulla, TX,10.9
2. Trevor Brazile,Decatur, TX,11.0
3. Buster Record,Buffalo, OK,12.4
4. J.D. Yates,Pueblo, CO,12.6

Average leaders on two runs


1. Stran Smith,Tell, TX,19.1
2. Johnny Grimes,Kerrville, TX,20.3
3. Doug Clark,Wayne, OK,20.9
4. Kaid New,San Antonio, TX,21.2


1. Byron Walker,Ennis, TX, 9.1
2. Jason Harper,Palmer, TX, 9.2
3. Rope Myers,Athens, TX, 9.7
4/5. Brian Bauerle,Austin, TX, 9.8
4/5. Houston Powers,Sonora, TX, 9.8

1. Charles Pogue,Ringling, OK
Britt Bockius,Claremore, OK,17.6
2. J.D. Yates,Pueblo, CO,
Jay Wadhams,Pueblo, CO,17.9
3. Chuck Doebbler,George West, TX
Colton Niemann,Woodsboro, TX,19.0
4. Stormy Pruitt,Fort Davis, TX
Zane Bowers ,Llano, TX,20.2

Event leaders in the one go-round events


1. Tuff Hedeman,Morgan Mill, TX, 87,$1,000 bonus on The Warrior
2/3. Erik Bortnem,Brookins, SD, 81,Devil Inside
2/3. Jeremy Taylor,Chelsea, OK, 81, Louie Louie
4. Francis Wilson,Sidney, NE, 80, Skoal’s Strokin’


1. Kim Squires,Carnegie, OK,17.76
2. Stacey Brent,LaPorte, TX,17.89
3. Deb Sibley,Carlsbad, NM,17.92
4. Courtney Bowman,Ft. Stockton, TX,18.02

The first performance of the 115h annual West of the Pecos Rodeo is tonight (Wednesday) at 8:30 pm and will continue through Saturday night. This year is one of the largest ever with 706 contestants entered from 27 states, Australia, and Canada. They are competing for a record pay off of over $210,000. The largest individual event is the bull riding where 150 contestants will challenge the Bad Company Rodeo Company bulls, which include the “Dirty Dozen” professional rodeo’s highest marked and most athletic herd of bulls. Among this year’s contestants there are 80 world championships represented and 78 contestants that are currently among the top 15 in the world for their respective events.

Results will follow each performance. For more information please contact Curt Robinson at 915-445-5404

See First Go Results

Pecos Enterprise
Mac McKinnon, Publisher
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