Saddle bronc state finals make for ‘great atmosphere’ at fairgrounds

Britt Jessop of Calhan stays on his horse EverReady for eight seconds Sunday in the saddle bronc competition during the 35th annual Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State Finals Rodeo at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. Jessop won the event with a score of 86.



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Britt Jessop of Calhan stays on his horse EverReady for eight seconds Sunday in the saddle bronc competition during the 35th annual Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State Finals Rodeo at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. Jessop won the event with a score of 86.

Saddle bronc is the oldest event in rodeo. The competition that pairs a bucking horse with a rider trying to hold on for eight seconds is also one of its most challenging events. Sunday at…




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