Mesa’s Haillie Taylor takes big lead in breakaway roping

J.D. Sessions finally bites the dust despite managing to stay on when his horse fell over backward on him in the chute during the Maverick Stampede on Friday at Mesa County Fairgrounds. The crowd gave the Utah Valley student another shot at bareback riding, during which he stayed on and scored a 50-point ride. The rodeo continues tonight.



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J.D. Sessions finally bites the dust despite managing to stay on when his horse fell over backward on him in the chute during the Maverick Stampede on Friday at Mesa County Fairgrounds. The crowd gave the Utah Valley student another shot at bareback riding, during which he stayed on and scored a 50-point ride. The rodeo continues tonight.

During the inaugural Maverick Stampede Rodeo at the Mesa County Fairgrounds on Friday, freshman rider Haillie Taylor had an easier than normal task during the breakaway roping event. Hook the…




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