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2009
Invited Contestants

 

#1 DANIEL
GREEN
Oakdale, CA


#2 TREVOR
BRAZILE 
              
Decatur, TX


#3 CASEY
BRANQUINHO
                  
Los Alamos, CA


#4 CADE
SWOR
Chico, TX


#5 JOSH PEEK
                                    Pueblo, CO


#6 K.C. JONES
                                   Burlington, WY


#7 CHANCE
KELTON
              
Mayer, AZ


#8 KYLE LOCKETT
                              Visalia, CA


#9 PAUL TIERNEY
                              Oral, SD


#10 SCOTT SNEDECOR
                        Uvalde, TX


#11 STEVE DUHON
                              Sonora, TX


#12 JIMMIE
COOPER
          
Monument, NM


#13 BEAU FRANZEN
                            Sidney, MT


#14 RYAN JARRETT
                             Summerville, GA


#15 BRET FLEMING
                           Worden, MT


#16 CHAD
MASTERS                           Clarksville, TN


#17 RANDON
ADAMS                         
Logandale, NV

#18 TREVOR KNOWLES
                      
Mount Vernon, OR

#19 JO JO
LEMOND
                 
Andrews, TX

#20 RHETT KENNEDY                          Chowchilla, CA


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Amazing Photos of the

5th Round Drama!


TREVOR BRAZILE

takes a :60 in the Heeling

was the Leader of the Average

Drops him to 3rd

Now, Daniel Green Leads

Josh Peek in 2nd


DANIEL GREEN

takes a :60 in the Steer Wrestling

was the Leader of the Average

Drops him to 3rd

Now, Josh Peek Leads

Trevor Brazile in 2nd


JOSH PEEK

takes a :60 in the Steer Roping

was the Leader of the Average

Needed :15 Run to WIN

Drops him to 4th


FINAL STANDINGS.....


1. Trevor Brazile

2. Daniel Green

3. Jimmie Cooper

4. Josh Peek


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Other Photos from the Event




Jimmie Cooper

Former Champ and 3rd Place 09

Poses for a Photo with Fans


Champion Trevor Brazile

and Donna McSpadden


Delmar Smith

2009 Clem McSpadden Pioneer

Award Recipient


Daniel Green

2009 Fastest Round Winner

$10,000.00


JoJo LeMond

2009 "Hot Heeler" Award

sponsored by Hot Heels



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9:30AM Sunday, 3/8/09

 

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THE IRONMAN CLAIMS NUMBER 6

TREVOR BRAZILE – RECLAIMS HIS NUMBER ONE SPOT AT THE 25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE WRANGLER TIMED EVENT CHAMPIONSHIP 

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GUTHRIE, Okla., March 8, 2009 – The Ironman event of ProRodeo celebrated twenty-five fabulous years this weekend at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Trevor Brazile who had previously won 5 WTEC titles and second last year, reclaimed his “Ironman Title” by besting a field of the world’s best cowboys. For two and a half decades, this one-of-a-kind event has showcased the greatest timed event cowboys competing in the most unique event in rodeo – the Wrangler Timed Event Championship.
 
Most fans of the Wrangler Timed Event Championship of the World leave the Lazy E Arena with programs and memories. Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas leaves with championships. On Sunday, the 32-year-old self-proclaimed fan extended his record WTEC title collection to six with 313.4 on 25 head. It was a dramatic win.
 
Brazile led by 28.1 seconds after 22 head. But then his heel loop got away from him in the next event and he dropped to third in the average at 294.1 seconds on 23 head behind two-time WTEC Champion Daniel Green of Oakdale, Calif. (269.9 on 23 head) and Josh Peek of Pueblo, Colo. (293.0 on 23 head). However, Green suffered a 60-second time in the steer wrestling. A 60-second time is used instead of a no-time at the WTEC. Peek tossed his steer in 5.3 seconds and Brazile was 7.4. So with one run left - the steer roping - Peek led Brazile by 3.2 seconds. Brazile's Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association gold buckles include two in steer roping. Brazile clocked an 11.9-second run. Peek, who had to be 15-seconds or faster for the win, ran into trouble and took a 60.0-second time (a loop missed that ultimately cost him $40,000).

In celebration of the 25th year of the prestigious WTEC, all former champions - of which there are 10 - gathered for a special recognition dinner on Saturday. When it came time for Brazile to speak, he said "I am a fan." Looking out at a room filled with gold buckle cowboys, he said, "I was watching." Whether the notes he was taking were mental or on a piece of paper, it's safely said that he studied well. Besides winning $50,000 for the average this year, he tacked on $6,000 for placing second in the fastest rounds with a 45.7-second showing in the second round. Bringing his total earnings at the WTEC to $564,500.

Brazile, a six-time all-around and nine-time overall Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association World Champion, claimed a share of the lead with Green during the first run of the second round, or the sixth of 25 head. He held that until the team roping - heeling on Sunday. But he worked his way back to claim the win and dedicated it to the memory of the late Clem McSpadden, Hall of Fame Announcer and the voice of the Lazy E Arena.
 
Green not only earned $25,000 for second in the average with 344.7 seconds on 25 head, but also had the fastest round with 45.5 seconds in the fourth round for $10,000 and 50.2 seconds in the second round for sixth fastest round and $2,000 – all totaling a weekend take of $37,000.
 
Finishing third was three-time WTEC champion Jimmie Cooper, who at age 52 totaled 358.2 on 25. Cooper was the PRCA all-around World Champion in 1981. The 25th WTEC included record-breaking efforts in individual events. Cade Swor of Chico, Texas broke a 10-year-old arena record in the tie-down roping. Swor roped and tied his calf in 7.9 seconds in the fourth round breaking the 1999 mark of 8.1 seconds by Blair Burk of Durant, Okla. In the team roping - heeling, the record was 5.2 seconds set by Green in 2000. In the fourth go, PRCA World Champion Chad Masters of Clarksville, Tenn., stopped the clock in 5.1 seconds, assisted by Luke Brown on the heading end. Just a few minutes later Jo Jo LeMond of Andrews, Texas froze the scoreboard clock in 4.9 seconds, with PRCA World Champion Matt Sherwood as his header. The Lazy E Arena pays a $3,000 bonus when a contestant breaks a WTEC arena record - meaning Swor, Masters and LeMond collected $3,000 each.
 
The WTEC featured twenty of the world’s best cowboys in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) competing in pro rodeo’s most unique event that is often referred to as “The Ironman” — it is a true test of versatility and stamina. Each contestant is required to compete in all five grueling timed events: tie-down roping, steer roping, heading, heeling and steer wrestling – over five rounds in three days.
 
In addition to the competition, numerous special functions were held to commemorate this special anniversary event that included appearances and highlights from previous champions such as two-time WTEC Champion Leo Camarillo; 1986 Champion Mike Beers; 1990 Champion Bobby Harris and 1995 Champion Olie Smith. These great WTEC ambassadors who are now retired, joined current competing past champions for special festivities that included Brazile; four-time Champions Paul Tierney and K.C. Jones; three-time champion Jimmie Cooper; two-time champion Daniel Green; and 2005 champion Kyle Lockett. In addition to the past champions being on hand, the Lazy E Arena paid tribute to the late Clem McSpadden honoring his twenty-four years of service to the Lazy E Arena and the WTEC. The Lazy E presented Donna McSpadden and family with a “Champion” WTEC buckle with Clem’s name inscribed and also presented long-time gate man Delmar Smith with a Shorty’s Caboy Hattery 50X hat in tribute to McSpadden establishing the first annual Clem McSpadden Pioneer Award.
 
Each round of competition features excitement with the leaders changing after every run, with only seconds separating them. The champion isn’t determined until the last rope is thrown, the flag is dropped and the clock has stopped. The Wrangler Timed Event Championship was developed by the Lazy E in 1985 to determine the best all-around timed event cowboy in the world — the man who could stand out in more than his specialty event, the man who could be consistent in all five timed events. The majority of today’s professional rodeo cowboys no longer compete in multiple events, but specialize in one, possibly two. This event attracts the biggest names in the rodeo industry that correlates into 39 World Championship titles, in addition to thousands of fans representing 48 states from across the country! A portion of the proceeds from the 2009 Wrangler Timed Event Championship will be donated to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The Lazy E is proud to support this institution for western preservation!
 
The Wrangler Timed Event Championship is sponsored by Wrangler in conjunction with, Ariat Boots, Coors, Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment, Jack Daniels, Cross Bar Gallery, Dodge, John Vance Motors, Shepler’s Western Wear, Gist Silversmiths, the AQHA, Cactus Saddlery, the USTRC, Hot Heels, Clear Channel Radio, The Oklahoman, News 9, Shorty’s Caboy Hattery, CSI Saddlepads, the Best Western Edmond, the Fairfield Inn & Suites – Edmond and the Lincoln Inn Express.
 
The 2009 Wrangler Timed Event Championship was a Lazy E Production. For more information on the Wrangler 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 or visit www.lazye.com.

Average - Final Results
1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas - 313.4 Seconds on 25 Head, $50,000
2. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif. - 344.7 Seconds on 25 Head, $25,000
3. Jimmie Cooper, Monument, N.M. - 358.2 Seconds on 25 Head, $15,000
4. Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo. - 358.3 Seconds on 25 Head, $10,000
5. Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif. - 366.5 Seconds on 25 Head, $7,500
6. Beau Franzen, Sidney, Mont. - 378.1 Seconds on 25 Head, $5,000
7. Chance Kelton, Mayer, Ariz. - 400.2 Seconds on 25 Head, $4,500
8. Rhett Kennedy, Chowchilla, Calif. - 412.1 Seconds on 25 Head, $3,000

Fastest Rounds - Final Results
1. Daniel Green , Oakdale, Calif. - 45.5 Seconds (4th round), $10,000
2. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas - 45.7 Seconds (2nd round) $6,000
3. K.C. Jones, Burlington, Wyo. - 47.4 Seconds (5th round) $5,000
4. Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo. - 48.3 Seconds (3rd round) $4,000
5. Steve Duhon, Sonora, Texas - 48.9, Seconds (4th round) $3,000
6. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif. - 50.2 Seconds (2nd round) $2,000

Arena Record Bonuses
Cade Swor, Chico, Texas - 7.9 Seconds (Tie-Down Roping), $3,000
Chad Masters, Clarksville, Tenn. - 5.1 Seconds (Heeling), $3,000
JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas - 4.9 Seconds (Heeling), $3,000

$159,000 Total Pay-Out

Press Contact:  Robert Simpson Phone: (800) 595-RIDE / (405) 282-RIDE
E-Mail:  Robert@Lazye.com
When: March 6, 2009 / 12:00PM & 7:30PM
March 7, 2009 / 12:00PM & 7:30PM
March 8, 2009 / 1:00PM
Where: The Lazy E Arena (Guthrie, Oklahoma)

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25th Anniversary
Wrangler Timed Event Championship Photos - 2009

Wrangler Timed Event Champions of the World .....  1985 to 2009

Pictured from Left to Right:
Kyle Lockett - 2005 Champion

Olie Smith - 1995 Champion
Mike Beers - 1986 Champion
Bobby Harris - 1990 Champion
Trevor Brazile - 2009,2007,2006,2004,2003,1998 Champion
K.C. Jones - 2001,1999,1996,1993 Champion
Leo Camarillo - 1989,1985 Champion
Daniel Green - 2008,2002 Champion
Jimmie Cooper - 1994,1992,1988 Champion
Paul Tierney - 2000,1997,1991,1987 Champion



6 - Time Wrangler Timed Event Champion of the World

TREVOR BRAZILE
Decatur, TX
Nine-Time PRCA World Champion



Lazy E Tribute to the late "Voice of the Lazy E" CLEM McSPADDEN


Pictured from Left to Right:
Karl Stressman - PRCA Commissioner and CEO
Kelly Corbin - PRCA Judge and Family Friend
Bart McSpadden - Son of Clem McSpadden
Donna McSpadden - Widow of Clem McSpadden
Tim Lanier - Lazy E Arena COO and GM
Trevor Brazile - 6-Time WTEC Champion


SATURDAY, MARCH 7th, 2009 – 7:30PM
 
Round #4 Summary
GUTHRIE, OK –Updated 11:45PM / March 7, 2009

It's not stamps, coins or baseball cards that Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas lists among his hobbies - it's "competing for the all-round gold buckle." He's exceptional at his hobby.
 
The 32-year-old's all-around talents have led to a record five titles at the Wrangler Timed Event Championship of the World at the Lazy E Arena. Plus, he has won six all-around and nine total Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association gold buckles.

With one round remaining at this year's Wrangler Timed Event Championship, Brazile is in the lead as he vies for a sixth WTEC title. Brazile completed Saturday night's fourth round with 214.2 seconds on 20 head. He has a 23-second lead over the field going into Sunday's fifth round. Daniel Green of Oakdale, Calif, a two-time WTEC champion, is second at 237.2 on 20 head. The fastest round this year was posted Saturday night as Green worked five head in 45.5 seconds. Brazile has the second fastest round with a 45.7-second showing in the second go. Saturday night was a record breaking night several times over.

Cade Swor of Chico, Texas broke a 10-year-old record in the tie-down roping. Swor roped and tied his calf in 7.9 seconds breaking the 1999 mark of 8.1 seconds by Blair Burk of Durant, Okla. Then came the team roping - heeling. The record was 5.2 seconds set by Green in 2000. On Saturday night Chad Masters of Clarksville, Tenn., stopped the clock in 5.1 seconds, assisted by Luke Brown on the heading end. Just a few minutes later Jo Jo LeMond of Andrews, Texas froze the scoreboard clock in 4.9 seconds, with Matt Sherwood as his header. Interestingly, while Masters and LeMond shined in the heeling, both are team roping headers in the PRCA.
 
The Lazy E Arena pays a $3,000 bonus when a contestant breaks a WTEC arena record - meaning Swor, Masters and LeMond collected $3,000 each.
 
Top 4 Standings after Round 4:

1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas - 214.2 Seconds on 20 Head
2. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif. - 237.2 Seconds on 20 Head
3. Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo. - 265.7 Seconds on 20 Head
4. Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif. - 298.8 Seconds on 20 Head


SATURDAY, MARCH 7th, 2009 – 12:00PM
 
Round #3 Summary
GUTHRIE, OK –Updated 3:30PM / March 7, 2009
 
What does 170 pounds of iron look like? It wears a black shirt and black cowboy hat and is named Trevor Brazile. The 5-11, 170-pounder of Decatur, Texas came into this year's "Iron Man" competition, the 25th Wrangler Timed Event Championship of the World, with a record five titles to his name. But don't close that record book. After three rounds, the 32-year-old is showing why he's won more than a half-million dollars at the WTEC as he leads with 160.9 seconds on 15 head. He went into Saturday afternoon's third round with a 4.2 margin on 10 head over the other 19 cowboys competing this weekend at the Lazy E Arena. But Brazile a six-time All-Around and nine-time overall Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association World Champion, will stretch a lead in a hurry. And he did. After 15 head he was 30.8 seconds ahead of the field. What does that mean? On the first run of the weekend he was 13.9 seconds in the team roping heading when his heeler picked up a 5-second penalty for roping only one leg. Brazile's been faster than 13.9 seconds on every run since.
 
Sitting second is defending and two-time WTEC champion Daniel Green of Oakdale, Calif. with 191.7 seconds on 15 head.

Moving up the leadboard Saturday afternoon was former PRCA Reserve All-Around World Champion Josh Peek of Pueblo, Colo. who used a round of 48.3 seconds, the second fastest this year, to move to third in the average at 201.4 seconds on 15 head. The fastest round this year continues to be Brazile's 45.7 second showing in the second round.

Top 4 Standings after Round 3:

1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas - 160.9 Seconds on 15 Head
2. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif. - 191.7 Seconds on 15 Head
3. Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo. - 201.4 Seconds on 15 Head
4. Beau Franzen, Sidney, Mont. - 211 Seconds on 15 Head


FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 2009 – 7:30PM
 
Round #2 Summary
GUTHRIE, OK –Updated 11:45PM / March 6, 2009
 
The past and present blended very nicely during Friday night's second round of the Wrangler Timed Event Championship of the World at the Lazy E Arena. There's been 24 titles claimed in the history of the event. The top three cowboys in the average after two rounds have won one-third of those titles.
 
Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas, the record holder with five WTEC titles, leads the way in the average having worked 10 head in 103.0 seconds. Kyle of Lockett of Visalia, Calif., the 2005 WTEC Champion, is second with 107.2 on 10 head while Daniel Green, the 2002 and 2008 WTEC champion, is only a tenth of a second behind Lockett, at 107.3 on 10 head.
 
Brazile, who has six All-Around and nine total Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association gold buckles to his credit, entered the second round in fourth. But that changed when he posted the second fastest heading time of the round (7.8 seconds), the fastest tie-down run of the round (10.8 seconds), third fastest heeling run (6.7), clock a solid 7.7 in the steer wrestling and then notch the fastest steer roping run of the night with a 12.7. So the benefit was two-fold, he not only leads the average but also has the fastest round with a 45.7 on five.
 
In fact, those three former champions have posted three of the four fastest WTEC rounds thus far this year. Green has the second fastest at 50.2 seconds on five and Lockett is fourth in the rounds with 52.1. In between, at third, is newcomer Jo Jo LeMond of Andrews, Texas who on Friday night was 50.5 seconds on five runs.

Top 4 Standings after Round 2:

1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas - 103.0 Seconds on 10 Head
2. Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif. - 107.2 Seconds on 10 Head
3. Daniel Green, Oakdale, Calif. - 107.3 Seconds on 10 Head
4. Bret Fleming, Worden, Mont. - 121.2 Seconds on 10 Head


FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 2009 – 12:00PM
 
Round #1 Summary
GUTHRIE, OK –Updated 3:30PM / March 6, 2009
 
The Wrangler Timed Event Championship is a marathon not a sprint.
 
Kyle Lockett of Visalia, Calif. was never in the top five in the average through the initial four head of Friday afternoon's opening round at the Lazy E Arena. But he made his move in the steer roping and exited the first round with the lead after totaling 55.1 seconds on five runs. Lockett was 13th in the heralded field of 20 contestants after the first event, the team roping - heading. But he remained solid and after tossing his steer wrestling draw in 4.9 seconds was seventh in the average at 41.5 seconds on four head. Then in the steer roping while some struggled, Lockett, the 2005 WTEC Champion, never flinched with a 13.6-second run that sent him to the lead in the average after the first of five rounds this weekend. Here's another interesting fact, while Lockett went from 13th to first, Josh Peek of Pueblo. Colo. went from 12th after the team roping - heading to second at the end of the first round with 55.9 seconds on five runs. Peek, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Reserve All-Around World Champion in 2007, had the fastest tie-down run of the afternoon, stopping the clock at 10 seconds.

 

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Press Contact:  Robert Simpson
Phone:                 
(800) 595-RIDE / (405) 282-RIDE
E-Mail:                   Robert@Lazye.com
When:                   March 6, 2009
  /  12:00PM & 7:30PM
                              March 7, 2009 / 12:00PM & 7:30PM
                              March 8, 2009
/ 1:00PM
Where:                 
The Lazy E Arena (Guthrie, Oklahoma)

THE IRONMAN TURNS TWENTY-FIVE

THE WRANGLER TIMED EVENT CHAMPIONSHIP RETURNS TO THE LAZY E ARENA
TO CELEBRATE 25 YEARS OF WORLD CHAMPIONS

GUTHRIE, Okla., March 3, 2009 –  The Ironman event of ProRodeo will celebrate twenty-five fabulous years this coming March 6th, 7th, and 8th, 2009 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma. For two and a half decades, this one-of-a-kind event has showcased world champion cowboys competing in the most unique event in rodeo – the Wrangler Timed Event Championship.

 

The WTEC features twenty of the world’s best cowboys in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) competing in pro rodeo’s most unique event that is often referred to as “The Ironman” — it is a true test of versatility and stamina. Each contestant is required to compete in all five grueling timed events: tie-down roping, steer roping, heading, heeling and steer wrestling – over five rounds in three days.

 

In addition to the competition, numerous special functions are being planned to commemorate this special anniversary event that will include appearances and highlights from previous champions such as two-time WTEC Champion Leo Camarillo; 1986 Champion Mike Beers; 1990 Champion Bobby Harris and 1995 Champion Olie Smith. These great WTEC ambassadors who are now retired, will join current competing past champions for special festivities that include five-time WTEC Champion Trevor Brazile; four-time Champions Paul Tierney and K.C. Jones; three-time champion Jimmie Cooper; two-time and defending champion Daniel Green; and 2005 champion Kyle Lockett.

 

Last year, Daniel Green of Oakdale, California went into the fifth performance with a 31-second lead on the “King of Rodeo” Trevor Brazile and a field of World Champions. Not only did Green win his second title and hold off the world’s best cowboys, but shattered the arena record in the average set in 2007 by Brazile. Green posted a 276.1 over 25 head of livestock worth $57,000.00 and joined the elite fraternity of multiple-time world champions.
 
Green had a stellar weekend and used consistent runs, great horses, and world class helpers to rise above his fellow nineteen competitors that made up one of the greatest fields of contestants ever assembled to compete for the prestigious “Iron-Man” title. Brazile, after winning his record fifth title in 2007, finished the event as the runner-up, recorded the fastest over-all go-round time, and placed again in the 5th round for an event total of $41,000.00 bringing Brazile’s career WTEC earnings to $508,500.00. Keeping on the west coast, Los Alamos, California cowboy Casey Branquinho took home third place honors and earned $15,000.00.
 
Each round of competition features excitement with the leaders changing after every run, with only seconds separating them. The champion isn’t determined until the last rope is thrown, the flag is dropped and the clock has stopped.
 
The Wrangler Timed Event Championship was developed by the Lazy E in 1985 to determine the best all-around timed event cowboy in the world — the man who could stand out in more than his specialty event, the man who could be consistent in all five timed events. The majority of today’s professional rodeo cowboys no longer compete in multiple events, but specialize in one, possibly two. This event attracts the biggest names in the rodeo industry that correlates into 39 World Championship titles, in addition to thousands of fans representing 48 states from across the country! Some of the cowboys scheduled to compete against defending champion Green for the $150,000.00 purse include: nine-time PRCA World Champion Trevor Brazile; World Champions Chad Masters, Steve Duhon, Scott Snedecor and Randon Adams; 2005 PRCA All Around World Champion, Ryan Jarrett; Veteran World Champions Jimmie Cooper, K.C. Jones and Paul Tierney; and new stars such as the 2-Time PRCA Runner-Up World Champion All-Around, Josh Peek.
 
Families will enjoy all of the activities planned for the performances. VIP ticket prices are $37…Box Seats $30…Reserved Bleachers $25…and General Admission $20. Children 10 and under FREE in general admission thanks to KWTV News 9. Group and multiple performance discounts are also available…call (800) 595-RIDE for complete details. A portion of the proceeds from the 2009 Wrangler Timed Event Championship will be donated to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. The Lazy E is proud to support this institution for western preservation!
 
Tickets are available at all ticketmaster outlets, www.lazye.com, calling Ticketmaster (405) 235-8288 or by calling the Lazy E Arena directly at (800) 595-RIDE.
 
The Wrangler Timed Event Championship is sponsored by Wrangler in conjunction with, Ariat Boots, Coors, Priefert Ranch & Rodeo Equipment, Jack Daniels, Cross Bar Gallery, Dodge, John Vance Motors, Sheplers, Gist Silversmiths, the AQHA, Cactus Saddlery, the USTRC, Hot Heels, Clear Channel Radio, The Oklahoman, News 9, Shorty's Caboy Hattery, CSI Saddlepads, the Best Western Edmond, the Fairfield Inn & Suites – Edmond and the Lincoln Inn Express.
 
The 2009 Wrangler Timed Event Championship is a Lazy E Production. For more information on the Wrangler 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 or visit www.lazye.com.

 



 

 
 
 
     

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