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2013 Timed Event Champion of the World - Daniel Green


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STANDINGS after ROUND 4

4. DANIEL GREEN 237.6
18. TRELL ETBAUER 263.7
1. K.C. JONES 273.2
7. PAUL DAVID TIERNEY 275.4
19. DUSTIN BIRD 279.5
14. TREVOR BRAZILE 294.9
2. RUSSELL CARDOZA 296.7
5. JESS TIERNEY 297.4
20. ERICH ROGERS 299.5
13. L. McCLAUGHERTY 313.1
8. CLAYTON HASS 316.7
6. KYLE LOCKETT 320.7
12. JO JO LEMOND 321.7
3. JOSH PEEK 327.5
11. CLAY SMITH 337.2
10. PAUL TIERNEY 360.0
17. SPENCER MITCHELL 362.4
16. MIKE OUTHIER 376.8
15. JADE CORKILL 798.7
9. CHAD MASTERS Injured

STANDINGS after ROUND 3

18. TRELL ETBAUER 175.7
19. DUSTIN BIRD 178.1
5. JESS TIERNEY 182.5
4. DANIEL GREEN 184
20. ERICH ROGERS 189.5
7. PAUL DAVID TIERNEY 193.7
2. RUSSELL CARDOZA 200.6
14. TREVOR BRAZILE 201.4
6. KYLE LOCKETT 202.5
1. K.C. JONES 221.4
3. JOSH PEEK 226.5
12. JO JO LEMOND 226.5
13. L. McCLAUGHERTY 235.8
17. SPENCER MITCHELL 247
16. MIKE OUTHIER 247.5
8. CLAYTON HASS 267.1
11. CLAY SMITH 284.8
10. PAUL TIERNEY 303.3
15. JADE CORKILL 545.4
9. CHAD MASTERS Injured

STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 2



4. DANIEL GREEN 112.4
5. JESS TIERNEY 115.8
18. TRELL ETBAUER 115.8
13. L. McCLAUGHERTY 115.9
19. DUSTIN BIRD 125.9
12. JO JO LEMOND 127.1
20. ERICH ROGERS 130.2
17. SPENCER MITCHELL 137.3
7. PAUL DAVID TIERNEY 140.1
2. RUSSELL CARDOZA 143.3
3. JOSH PEEK 153.3
6. KYLE LOCKETT 156.0
14. TREVOR BRAZILE 157.1
1. K.C. JONES 163.9
16. MIKE OUTHIER 169.4
8. CLAYTON HASS 169.8
10. PAUL TIERNEY 187.1
11. CLAY SMITH 192.2
9. CHAD MASTERS 241.3
15. JADE CORKILL 328.4

 

2013 TEC WEEK OF RELEASE

2013 Schedule of Events

Thur. February 28th

5:00PM - TEC Pro-Am
2013 PRO-AM DAYSHEET

8:00PM - TEC Contestant Introduction in Roper's Cantina

Fri. March 1st

10:30AM - Doors Open
12:00PM - FIRST Performance

6:00PM - Doors Open
7:30PM - SECOND Performance

Sat. March 2nd

10:30AM - Doors Open
12:00PM - THIRD Performance

6:00PM - Doors Open
7:30PM - FOURTH Performance
Clem McSpadden Pioneer Award

Sun. March 3rd

9:00AM - Cowboy Church featuring Susie McEntire-Eaton
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11:30AM - Doors Open
1:00PM - FINAL Performance
Awards Ceremonies


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 2013 TEC NATIONAL RELEASE

 2013 Invite List

1. K.C. Jones

2. Russell Cardoza

3. Josh Peek

4. Daniel Green

5. Jess Tierney

6. Kyle Lockett

7. Paul D. Tierney

8. Clayton Hass

9. Chad Masters

10. Paul Tierney

11. Clay Smith

12. Jo Jo LeMond

13. L. McClaugherty

14. Trevor Brazile

15. Jade Corkill

16. Mike Outhier

17. Spencer Mitchell

18. Trell Etbauer

19. Dustin Bird

20. Erich Rogers

 

 

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Daniel Green is a 3-Time Champion

Cowboy Utilizes 17 Years’ Experience in Championship to Better a Talented Field

 Round 5 & Final Scoresheet

March 3, 2013 / Guthrie, Oklahoma – With a crack in his voice and tears in his eyes, Daniel Green talked to his wife, Shawnda, who was home in Oakdale, Calif.

“We did it,” he said. “I love you so much. I miss you. I wish you were here to see this.”

On Sunday afternoon, Green clinched his third Timed Event Championship title in the 17 years he’s been competing at this unique competition. He finished the rugged 25-run contest with a cumulative time of 313.6 seconds to claim the top prize. In all, he’ll leave the Lazy E Arena with $52,000.

“Mission accomplished,” said Green, 40, who also won in 2002 and 2008. “It wasn’t perfect by any means. Many times it’s not, but that’s the Timed Event Championship. It’s adapt, adjust and overcome. It’s the guy that perseveres, and I just kept my mind set. These kids were coming in here and roping fast, and I just kept solid. I’ve been here enough to know.”

Green worked through the last of the five-round competition in 76.0 seconds, his slowest round of the weekend. But it secured the coveted title and the $50,000 top prize – he also added $2,000 for finishing eighth in the fastest-round aspect of the contest. Green’s 313.6 was 30.3 seconds faster than the runner-up Paul David Tierney, the son of four-time world champion Paul Tierney from Oral, S.D. – the youngest of the three Tierneys in the mix earned $25,000.

“It feels awesome to win that kind of money,” Paul David Tierney said, explaining that’s the largest check he’s received in competition. “That’ll make things a lot easier now.”

The top timed-event cowboys in rodeo are invited to compete in the challenge, which just concluded its 29th year. Each competes in all five disciplines, team roping-heading, team roping-heeling, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and steer roping. Over the course of the three days, contestants competed 25 times. Money is paid out in aggregate, paying the cowboys with the top eight cumulative scores, and also in the fastest rounds.

Trevor Brazile is the only six-time winner in Timed Event Championship history. He placed third in this year’s event, earning $15,000 for that feat. But he also posted the fastest go-round, completed in 44.3 seconds during the third performance to add another $10,000 to his wallet.

“Usually if things are going good, I’m not trying to get that,” said Brazile, who has earned the top round prize six times in his career. “If things are going good, then I’m just being steady.”

That was the key for Green. Not only did he claim his third title, he was one of three past champions to finish in the top four of this year’s event: Brazile in third, and five-time titlist K.C. Jones of Burlington, Wyo., in fourth.

“If I beat the course, then not all of them are going to beat me,” Green said. “I’ve never been beat by someone here if I feel like I beat the course. The course is the toughest competition.”

The 2013 Timed Event Championship was sponsored by Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment, Pendleton Whisky, Wrangler, American Farmers and Ranchers Insurance, Cross Bar Gallery, Ram Trucks, John Vance Motors, Transwest-Cimarron Trailers, Western Horseman Magazine, R.K. Black Inc., Gist Silversmiths, Spin to Win Magazine, National Saddlery, Hot Heels, Resistol Hats, Stallion Oil, Precision Drilling, Swire Oilfield Services, Rodeo Video, CSI Saddlepads, the Best Western Edmond, and the Fairfield Inn & Suites – Edmond.

The 2013 Timed Event Championship was a Lazy E Production.  For more information on the Timed Event Championship or other Lazy E events, contact the Lazy E Arena, 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK  73044, (405) 282-RIDE, (800) 595-RIDE.

FINAL RESULTS ($153,000 Purse)

AVERAGE: 1. Daniel Green, 313.6 seconds on 25 runs, $50,000; 2. Paul David Tierney, 343.9, $25,000; 3. Trevor Brazile, 352.4, $15,000; 4. K.C. Jones, 354.1, $10,000; 5. Jess Tierney, 361.7, $7,500; 6. Russell Cardoza, 362.6, $5,000; 7. Trell Etbauer, 364.8, $4,500; 8. Erich Rogers, 375.1, $3,000.

FASTEST GO-ROUND: 1. Trevor Brazile, 44.3 seconds, $10,000; 2. Kyle Lockett, 46.5, $6,000; 3. Clayton Hass, 49.6, $5,000; 4. Clay Smith, 50.1, $4,000; 5. Jess Tierney, 50.5, $3,000; 6. Daniel Green 51.0, $2,000.

ARENA RECORD BONUS: Jade Corkill, 4.3 seconds in heeling, $3,000.

OVERALL MONEY: 1. Daniel Green, $52,000; 2. Paul David Tierney and Trevor Brazile, $25,000; 4. Jess Tierney, $10,500; 5. K.C. Jones, $10,000; 6. Kyle Lockett, $6,000; 7. Russell Cardoza and Clayton Hass, $5,000; 9. Trell Etbauer, $4,500; 10. Clay Smith, $4,000; 11. Erich Rogers and Jade Corkill, $3,000.

 


 

Daniel Green Looks for #3 Tomorrow

2-Time Champion takes the Lead into the Final Round

 Round 4 Scoresheet

March 2, 2013 / Guthrie, Oklahoma – Daniel Green twice has been the Timed Event Championship leader heading into the final day of competition.

Both times, in 2002 and 2008, Green left the Lazy E Arena with $50,000 for winning the unique event dubbed the “Ironman” Event of ProRodeo.

“That’s what I’m drawing all my strength from … that I’m going to go complete the job,” said Green, 40, of Oakdale, Calif. “Funny things happen here, but my mind frame is to finish this thing off.”

Green’s 20-run cumulative total of 237.6 seconds leads runner-up Trell Etbauer of Goodwell, Okla., by 26.1 seconds. Five-time champion K.C. Jones of Burlington, Wyo., sits third with 273.2 seconds.

“I came here to stay solid the whole way through and to rope every steer,” Green said. “Nothing’s changed just because I’m now in the lead.”

Green posted a 53.6-second round on Saturday night, the fourth-fastest of the fourth go-round. Clayton Hass of Terrel, Texas, scored a 49.6, moving into third place in the fastest round competition. Six-time champion Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas, is No. 1 with 44.3, while two-time champ Kyle Lockett of Visalia, Calif., is second with a 46.5 – both were posted during the third round earlier Saturday.

While the lion’s share of the $150,000 prize pool is paid out through the top eight cumulative scores, the contestant with the fastest round time will earn a $10,000 when the championship concludes Sunday afternoon.

The Timed Event Championship is a true test of the top all-around cowboys in rodeo. Not only must they handle all five disciplines, but they must be able to handle any challenges. That includes being able to different horses throughout the competition.

“When I was a kid, I’d jump on anything and just ride anything,” Green said. “I think it helps me to just get by. At the same time, the horse has to be good or they’re really hard to get by, especially in these conditions.

“The course is the biggest competition here. Trevor Brazile has his six titles here and 17 gold buckles, and K.C. Jones has his five Timed Event Championships. But more than that, the course is the toughest competitor any of us face. You beat the course, you win big … maybe not always first, but you win big.”

The 2013 Timed Event Championship is a Lazy E Production.  For more information on the Timed Event Championship or other Lazy E events, contact the Lazy E Arena, 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK  73044, (405) 282-RIDE, (800) 595-RIDE.

 RESULTS

AVERAGE LEADERS: 1. Daniel Green, 237.5; 2. Trell Etbauer, 263.4; 3. K.C. Jones, 273.2; 4. Paul David Tierney, 275.4; 5. Dustin Bird, 279.5; 6. Trevor Brazile, 294.9; 7. Russell Cardoza, 296.7; 8. Jess Tierney, 297.4.

FASTEST ROUND LEADERS: 1. Trevor Brazile, 44.3 seconds; 2. Kyle Lockett, 46.5; 3. Clayton Hass, 49.6; 4. Jess Tierney, 50.5; 5. Daniel Green 51.0; 6. K.C. Jones, 51.8.

ROUND 4: 1.  Clayton Hass, 49.6; 2. K.C. Jones, 51.8; 3. Clay Smith, 52.4; 4. Daniel Green, 53.6; 5. Paul Tierney, 56.7; 6. Landon McClaugherty, 77.3.

 


 

Trevor Brazile Scorches the 3rd Round

First-Timer Leads after Three Go-Rounds

 Round 3 Scoresheet

 March 2, 2013 / Guthrie, Oklahoma – The Timed Event Championship is a rugged endurance test for even the most experienced cowboys in the unique competition.

Typically it’s a great measuring stick for the newcomers. But 2013 might just be a changing of the tide, so to speak. Of the top eight cowboys in the 15-run aggregate, three are first-timers, including the top two: leader Trell Etbauer of Goodwell, Okla., and Dustin Bird of Cut Bank, Mont.

“I’m just taking a good throw and making sure everything’s set up well and trying not to be fast,” Etbauer said after the third round Saturday afternoon, in which he has a cumulative total of 175.7 seconds, just 2.4 seconds ahead of Bird – the other first-timer near the top of the leaderboard is Erich Rogers of Round Rock, Ariz., whose 189.5 sits sixth.

The key is to take a different approach to the Timed Event than cowboys typically use while competing on the rodeo trail. Consistency is the key through the five-round contest, in which cowboys must rope or wrestle 25 animals over three days. Each round is made up of single runs in all five timed-event disciplines: team roping-heading, tie-down roping, team roping-heeling, steer wrestling and steer roping.

“When you back in the box and nod your head at a normal rodeo, you want to go out there and be as fast as you can and win every time,” said Etbauer, the son of two-time world champion saddle bronc rider Robert Etbauer and the nephew of five-time titlist Billy Etbauer. “Coming here, I think it’s best to back in there and make sure you have everything set up and go through the steps and just take your time.

“It’s a little hard to do, but we’ll just see if we can keep doing it.”

Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas, knows that’s the method to the Timed Event madness. In his career, Brazile has won this championship six times and holds this prestige up there with his 10 all-around gold buckles in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.

The 17-time PRCA World Champion posted the fastest run of this year’s event with a 44.3-second round; it was the second fastest go-round in the 29-year history of the Timed Event Championship, second only to Brazile’s record run of 43.5 seconds in 2006.

“Just knowing you have to be 13.0 … as a steer roper, I feel like I should’ve gotten that record,” said Brazile, who owns three steer roping world championships, three tie-down roping titles and a heading gold buckle.

He’s just one of two men to have qualified for the National Finals in all four roping disciplines. Though he doesn’t wrestle steers very often, his fast round included a 4.0-second steer wrestling run, tying Clayton Hass for the fastest of this year’s event so far – both occurred Saturday afternoon. Two-time Timed Event champion Kyle Lockett posted the second-fastest round so far with a 46.5.

The 2013 Timed Event Championship is a Lazy E Production.  For more information on the Timed Event Championship or other Lazy E events, contact the Lazy E Arena, 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK  73044, (405) 282-RIDE, (800) 595-RIDE.

RESULTS

AVERAGE LEADERS: 1. Trell Etbauer, 175.7; 2. Dustin Bird, 178.1; 3. Jess Tierney, 182.5; 4. Daniel Green, 184.0; 5. Paul David Tierney, 193.7; 6. Erich Rogers, 189.5; 7. Russell Cardoza, 200.6; Trevor Brazile, 201.4.

FASTEST ROUND LEADERS: 1. Trevor Brazile, 44.3 seconds; 2. Kyle Lockett, 46.5; 3. Jess Tierney, 50.5; 4. Daniel Green 51.0; 5. Dustin Bird, 52.2; 6. JoJo LeMond, 52.9.

ROUND 3: 1. Trevor Brazile, 44.3 seconds; 2. Kyle Lockett, 46.5; 3. Dustin Bird, 52.2; 4. Paul David Tierney, 53.6; 5. Russell Cardoza, 57.3; 6. K.C. Jones, 57.5.

 


 

Green Survives Wild Opening Night

 Round 2 Scoresheet

March 1, 2013 / Guthrie, Oklahoma – The second round of the Timed Event Championship featured fast times, wild runs and possibly a season-ending injury to a reigning world champion.

Two-time winner Daniel Green came through Day 1 of the three-day, five-round “Ironman” Event of ProRodeo atop the leaderboard, scoring a cumulative time of 112.4 seconds through 10 runs. He also posted the second-fastest round so far on Friday night with a 51.0, just half a second behind Jess Tierney.

“It’s good to have a good first day because you build confidence from there instead of having to start over,” said Green, who has competed in the Timed Event every year but once since 1995. “I feel like the first round that everything went good but the steer wrestling. This round, everything went great except for the steer roping. It didn’t go that bad, but we’ll take it. It’s in the books.”

Meanwhile, two-time and reigning PRCA World Champion header Chad Masters is likely out of the competition. Members of the Lazy E Sportsmedicine crew reported that he suffered a serious knee injury while trying to wrestle his steer Friday night.

Because of his solid finish to opening day, Tierney moved into a tie for second place with Trell Etbauer. Both men stand at 115.8 seconds, just a 10th of a second ahead of Landon McClaugherty.

“The rounds have never been my deal here,” Tierney said. “I knew tonight I had some really good steers. I told my partner if we could get through those first three events, then I’d have the chance at the round with the steer I had in bulldogging. I’m pretty stoked.”

McClaugherty is having one of his strongest runs at the Lazy E since he’s been part of the competition.

“I feel pretty confident,” he said. “The only thing I need to do different is break the barrier right there. Just stay aggressive and keep roping.”

Like many, McClaugherty loves the competition, primarily because it takes a solid all-around cowboy to excel.

“This is lots of fun,” he said. “This is the best event there is.”

It’s also one of the most prestigious. Remaining performances are noon and 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.

“It’s just the ultimate cowboy event for a timed event guy,” Green said. “The biggest competition here is the course. You get some momentum going, and that helps.”

The 2013 Timed Event Championship is a Lazy E Production.  For more information on the Timed Event Championship or other Lazy E events, contact the Lazy E Arena, 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK  73044, (405) 282-RIDE, (800) 595-RIDE.

RESULTS

AVERAGE LEADERS: 1. Daniel Greeen, 112.4 seconds through two rounds; 2. Trell Etbauer and Jess Tierney, 115.8; 4. Landon McClaugherty, 115.9; 5. Dustin Bird, 125.9; 6. JoJo LeMond, 127.1; 7. Erich Rogers, 130.2; 8. Spencer Mitchell, 137.3.

FASTEST ROUND LEADERS: 1. Jess Tierney, 50.5 seconds; 2. Daniel Green 51.0; 3. JoJo LeMond, 52.9; 4. Clayton Hass, 54.5; 5. Spencer Mitchell, 55.5; 6. Trevor Brazile, 55.8.

ROUND 2: 1. Jess Tierney, 50.5 seconds; 2. Daniel Green 51.0; 3. JoJo LeMond, 52.9; 4. Spencer Mitchell, 55.5; 5. Landon McClaugherty, 58.0; 6. Paul David Tierney, 62.2.

ROUND 1: 1. Clayton Hass, 54.4 seconds; 2 Trevor Brazile, 55.8; 3. Trell Etbauer, 57.7; 4. Landon McClaugherty, 57.9; 5. Mike Outhier, 58.4; 6. Dustin Bird, 60.3.

 


 

Hass Holds the Lead after First Go-Round

Round 1 Scoresheet

March 1, 2013 / Guthrie, Oklahoma – Clayton Hass has learned a few things in his years of competing at the Timed Event Championship.

He’s hoping all those lessons pay off by the time the five-round competition concludes Sunday afternoon. For now, though, he’ll continue to focus on the tasks at hand. Maybe that’s why he holds the lead after the first round of this year’s “Ironman” Event of ProRodeo.

“It’s a marathon here,” said Hass, 29, of Terrel, Texas. “It’s going to be up and down all weekend long. If you have a bad run, just keep doing what you do and it’ll come back to you.”

Hass finished Friday afternoon’s round 54.4 seconds to lead the pack consisting of 20 of the greatest all-around cowboys in the sport. He put together solid times in all five events of this rugged contest: 8.1 seconds in heading, 15.1 in tie-down roping, 9.4 in heeling, 4.7 in steer wrestling and 17.1 in steer roping.

Hass leads Trevor Brazile by 1.4 seconds – Brazile owns six Timed Event titles and 17 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world championships, including 10 coveted all-around gold buckles.

“We had a good day today and just made some good practice-pen runs,” Hass said. “My first few years of coming here, I just tried to coast. I’ve learned over the last couple of years just to do what I do, rope my roping and just go at it like that. I’m just going to take each event one step at a time and go with it.”

The 2013 Timed Event Championship is a Lazy E Production.  For more information on the Timed Event Championship or other Lazy E events, contact the Lazy E Arena, 9600 Lazy E Drive, Guthrie, OK  73044, (405) 282-RIDE, (800) 595-RIDE.

RESULTS

1. Clayton Hass, 54.4 seconds; 2 Trevor Brazile, 55.8; 3. Trell Etbauer, 57.7; 4. Landon McClaugherty, 57.9; 5. Mike Outhier, 58.4; 6. Dustin Bird, 60.3; 7. Daniel Green, 61.4; 8. Kyle Lockett, 63.9.


‘Ironman’ a Tough Test for True Cowboys

Linderman Award Winners Provide a Fresh Flavor to Timed Event Championship mix

Guthrie, Oklahoma – Does a true cowboy work on the ranch or in the rodeo arena? Does he tame wild horses or rope steers? Does he care for livestock or work with ragged fencing until his hands bleed?

The definition of a true cowboy is all of that and more. Ask any of the 20 contestants invited to be part of the 2013 Timed Event Championship of the World, set for March 1-3 at the Lazy E Arena. They will battle in one of the most rugged cowboy competitions ever created, roping and wrestling 25 animals in five go-rounds spread over just three days.

“The Timed Event shows the best talent of a cowboy, about being a great cowboy and being able to do anything,” said Mike Outhier, an Oklahoma-born cowboy who is competing at the “Ironman” of ProRodeo for the first time in his career. “It’s pretty special if you can do everything.”

Outhier has done everything for a long time. He grew up near Weatherford, Okla., with a rope in his hand. When he was old enough, he added riding bucking beasts to his resume – yeah, he’s pretty good at it, too. As a saddle bronc rider, Outhier qualified four times for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

He also competed in timed events and rode bareback horses from time to time, earning two PRCA Linderman Awards for excelling at both ends of the arena. As a youngster, he competed in all six events for boys at the International Youth Finals Rodeo.

“Maybe I can let them run some broncs in there,” he said jokingly about the Lazy E competition, now in its 29th year.

Outhier is among an elite field of combatants battling for the $150,000 purse, joining 17-time PRCA World Champion Trevor Brazile, a six-time Timed Event Championship winner; K.C. Jones, a five-time winner and the reigning champion; ProRodeo Hall of Famer Paul Tierney, who owns multiple TEC titles; two-time champs Kyle Lockett and Daniel Green; and Josh Peek, the 2010 winner.

These are the best of the best, including reigning PRCA World Champions like Chad Masters and Jade Corkill and three-time Linderman Award winner Trell Etbauer, another Oklahoma-raised cowboy who brings a lifetime of all-around talent into the mix.

“It’s tough to be able to work all the events and to do it competitively,” said Etbauer, the son of two-time PRCA World Champion bronc rider Robert Etbauer and nephew of five-time champ Billy Etbauer. “You’re roping against Trevor and all these other guys that have been there. If you can come out and win that thing, it would be something. It would be a lot like winning the world championship.”

The gold buckle earned for the Timed Event title is one of the most coveted trophies in all of rodeo, even for guys that have made a significant living riding broncs.

“I think it’s pretty special to have a bronc rider in the Timed Event Championship,” Outhier said. “Hopefully I represent them well. I plan to just fly in there under the radar and hope I catch everything. You don’t have to be fast at that thing, but you have to be smart. I’ve roped my whole life, so my goal is to catch 20 steers and throw down five more. Hopefully I can do that.”

That’s the goal of all 20 combatants in rodeo’s most unique event. First place earns the lion’s share of $50,000, but there’s another $100,000 out there for the taking. It’s vitally important to have the right frame of mind when it comes tackling each discipline in all five rounds through the rugged weekend test.

“I just want to treat it like the practice pen and get them all down,” said Etbauer, who won the college steer wrestling championship as a freshman at Oklahoma Panhandle State University in his hometown of Goodwell. “I like doing more than one event, so I hope it fits me pretty well.

“When I junior rodeoed, I entered pretty much everything I could enter. That’s just how Daddy was. You need to work as many events as you can, and your horses need to be where you can work them in more than one event. When Daddy, Danny and Billy were in high school, they pretty much did every event, so that’s what we grew up doing, too.”

It shows in Trell Etbauer’s years of excellence. Now he’ll put it to the biggest test of his lifetime against the greatest timed-event cowboys in the land.

Families will enjoy all of the activities planned for the performances. Ticket prices are $37 for VIP, box seats $30, reserved bleachers $25 and general admission $20. Children 12 and under are free in general admission and VIP area. Group and multiple performance discounts are also available – service charges may apply. Call (800) 595-RIDE for complete details. A portion of the proceeds from the 2013 Timed Event Championship will be donated to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. In addition, Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment, The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the Lazy E will be auctioning off the Customized Priefert Roping Chute used in this year's competition to the highest bidder of the weekend – all proceeds will donated to the Rodeo Historical Society. The Lazy E is proud to support this institution for western preservation! Tickets are available at all Ticketmaster outlets, www.lazye.com, calling Ticketmaster (800) 745-3000 or by calling the Lazy E Arena directly at (800) 595-RIDE. 

Country Christian artist Susie McEntire-Eaton and her husband, Mark Eaton, will perform during Cowboy Church, set for 9 a.m. Sunday, March 3, at the Lazy E Arena.

The 2013 Timed Event Championship is sponsored by Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment, Pendleton Whisky, Wrangler, American Farmers and Ranchers Insurance, Cross Bar Gallery, Ram Trucks, John Vance Motors, Transwest-Cimarron Trailers, Western Horseman Magazine, R.K. Black Inc., Gist Silversmiths, Spin to Win Magazine, National Saddlery, Hot Heels, Resistol Hats, Stallion Oil, Precision Drilling, Swire Oilfield Services, Rodeo Video, CSI Saddlepads, the Best Western Edmond, and the Fairfield Inn & Suites – Edmond.

 

 
 
     

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