Unbreakable

Four years ago, a rollover accident left Amberley Snyder paralyzed from the waist down. Now, the Utah cowgirl shares how the incident has fueled her fire on her quest for rodeo greatness.

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Cash Not Credit 1982-2014

The great stallion Cash Not Credit went on to run in greener pastures on September 30, 2014. Over the course of his breeding career, the 32-year-old stallion produced earners of $1.5 million, including futurity, derby, and professional rodeo champions.

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Flowin into Fort Worth

At 9 years old, Chayni Chamberlain has already pocketed $15,111 in lifetime earnings according to Equi-Stat. This young superstar has not only racked up a rich amount of wages, but she has earned herself a qualification for RFD-TV’s The American semifinals, to be held Feb. 20-22, 2015 in the historic Cowtown Coliseum in the Fort Worth Stockyards.

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No slowing down

After winning a buckle at the Laramie County Barrel Race in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming, in August 2013, Vianna Gurney told the crowd, “This is the last buckle I’ll ever win … while I’m 77 years old. Tomorrow’s my birthday.”

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To Rise Again

In her first column as the reigning WPRA World Champion, Sherry Cervi recounts the road to the world championship.

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