Rodeo Time in Sheridan Wyo

Rodeo is a cornerstone of the Western experience and this book is an invaluable chronicle of one of the veterans of that tradition.

Rodeo Time in Sheridan  Wyo

Author: Tom Ringley

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ISBN: 9781932636048

Page: 375

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Rodeo is a cornerstone of the Western experience and this book is an invaluable chronicle of one of the veterans of that tradition. The Sheridan-Wyo-Rodeo's span of the better part of the 20th century and continuation into the 21st is documented here by author and Rodeo Board member Tom Ringley with complete details of its conception, birth and its growth into a nationally respected professional event. This is the rich history of the organizers, the participants and spectators and the community which supports this treasure of the West. With its accompanying appendices of the Champions, Queens, Rodeo Boards and Stock Transactions this book offers the true story of the trials and tribulations, the triumphs and successes of a formidable undertaking which began in 1931 and continues today.

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