2011 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo
Taos Muncy scored 82 on the mare and finished just out of the money in the first round.
J.J. Elshere scored 85.5 points in the second round to finish in a tie for second place.
Cody Martin’s 86 points was worth a share of the title at
the Eagle County (Colo.) Fair and Rodeo.
Cody Groves scored 75 points to finish fifth at the Waller County (Texas) Fair and Rodeo.
Casey Sisk posted an 80 to finish second at the Silverton (Texas) Buck Wild Days Rodeo.
Chuck Schmidt was 84 points to finish the Lea County (N.M.) Fair and Rodeo in a tie for second place.
Francisco Orozco Merchand scored 70 points at the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo.
Kobyn Williams posted a 76 to place in a tie for eighth place at the West of the Pecos (Texas) Rodeo.
Taos Muncy was 84 points to finish in a tie for second, and Jesse Wright was 82 to finish in a tie for seventh at the Eagle County (Colo.) Fair and Rodeo.
Cody Angland had an 85 for first, and Alex Wright was 84 for second at the Lea County (N.M.) Fair and Rodeo.
Cody Taton won the Silverton (Texas) Buck Wild Days rodeo 87 points
Alex Wright scored 85 to finish third at the West of the Pecos Rodeo in Texas, while Bradley Harter’s 83 on Miss Congeniality finished in a tie for fourth
Cort Scheer scored 85 points to finish in a tie for second place at the Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo.
She was the bucking horse of the Canadian Finals Rodeo and they won three out of four rounds that she was there. Pete Carr purchased Miss Congeniality from Dale Woodard of Outlaw Buckers, a stock contracting firm from Wainwright, Alberta.
“The bronc riders really like her,” said Pete Carr, owner of Carr Pro Rodeo. “They say she is a better indoor horse. Most of our rodeos are outdoors, and she has been really good. I’m anxious to see her go in the Thomas & Mack.
“This horse had a very good year, so it’s no shock to me they selected her to the finals again. They won first and second on her in Lovington this year. She might be one of the most rider-friendly horses we own in the arena, but don’t get in front of her in the back pens because she will smoke you.”
“She was a freak deal,” said Dale Woodard of Outlaw Buckers. “I couldn’t get her to buck, then I took her to a rodeo to Toronto, which is a 48-hour truck ride. She went over there and bucked great, and she hasn’t looked back.
“And Pete is right about that horse being wild. When she comes out of the pen, look out.”