PBR Teams Up with Australian Singing Sensations The McClymonts

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Enter to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Australia

The McClymonts in a fieldPUEBLO, Colo. (September 15, 2011) – The Professional Bull Riders are teaming up with one of the hottest Australian country music groups around, The McClymonts, for a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip for two to Australia to see the trio live Down Under! The McClymonts will also be giving multiple exclusive performances during the 2011 PBR World Finals in Las Vegas, Oct. 26-30.

The contest is simple: go to www.pbr.com/mcclymonts, watch the music video for their current single, “Wrapped Up Good,” and tell us the color of the winning race car in the video. The Grand Prize winner will be randomly selected from all eligible entrants who correctly identify the car’s color, and will receive a nine day/eight night trip to Australia in January 2012.

The sisters are from New South Wales, which is also the home of PBR riders Brendon Clark and Ben Jones, as well as brothers Jared and Pete Farley.
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29th Annual George Strait Team Roping Classic Awards Grand Champions David Key and Jade Corkil

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New Qualifying System is Big Hit with Ropers

Rodeo Winners

San Antonio, TX (March 14, 2011) – The finals for the 29th Annual George Strait Team Roping Classic were held Saturday at the Rose Palace in San Antonio. Forty-two year old David Key from Stephenville, TX and twenty-three year old Jade Corkill from Fallen, Nevada are the new Grand Champions. Fifty teams returned to compete in Saturday’s finals from nearly 500 teams who competed Friday in the preliminaries. This year, founder George Strait made a significant change to how ropers qualified for Saturday finals and cowboys welcomed the new system.

In years past, first day qualifying included two rounds of eliminations with all teams competing together. This year, the 500 teams were broken down into groups of 50 and the Top 5 fastest times from each round qualified for Saturday’s finals. The change resulted in ropers competing against only 49 other ropers versus 100s at a time and an even playing field with the steers in their rotation.
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