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If you like Rodeos, ENTER NOW for your chance to win a Family 4-Pack of Tickets to the Lazy E Arena's Timed Event Championship. To enter Click here .
Timed Event Championship Hosts Top Stars. The Biggest Names in Professional Rodeo Ready for This Year’s ‘Ironman’ Competition.
The Lazy E Arena just gets better with age, and the 2013 Timed Event Championship is proof. This year’s field includes some of the greatest cowboys to have ever competed in ProRodeo, including 10 men who own a combined 47 gold buckles.
What makes the Timed Event Championship so special? It features today’s brightest stars, most of whom focus on one rodeo discipline; inside the Lazy E, though, they must tackle all five timed events: team roping-heading, team roping-heeling, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and steer roping. None of the entrants competes in all five disciplines regularly throughout the season, which makes the three-day affair such talked-about competition. Click here for more information.
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