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Cheney Rodeo champs give all fans taste of the action

Titles are decided on all three days


Paul Delaney

Last Sunday's action at the 50th edition of the Cheney Rodeo was more than plentiful. Here, saddle-bronc rider Sage Newman is on the way to a rough landing after his ride on Soldier Woman.

Top competitors and eventual champions spread their best performances over all three days of the 50th edition of the Cheney Rodeo last week.

Friday efforts held true for two more days in bareback and barrel racing with bull riding, saddle bronc and steer wrestling decided Saturday night before a packed Bi-Mart Arena. Those who ventured out Sunday were rewarded with top finishes in tie-down and team roping.

Brian Brown of La Barge, Wyo. rode Man Called Horse to an 82-point win Friday and the $1,974 check in bareback. Justin Miller out of Billings, Mont. used a re-ride Sunday to come close w...

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