Friday, August 31, 2012

Finals rodeo comes to Hailey Rodeo Park

ImPRA shows Saturday, Sunday

They’ve packed ’em in at Hailey Rodeo Park this summer for three nights of the Fourth of July Days of the Old West rodeo and August’s professional bullriding show.

Now, the Intermountain Pro Rodeo Association is bringing its Pro Rodeo Finals event to Hailey Rodeo Park this weekend for two evenings with the top 12 finalists in nine separate ImPRA events.

Action begins Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1-2, at 7 p.m. All contestants are asked to ride in the grand entry. Tickets, available at Atkinsons’ Market locations and the Hailey Chamber of Commerce, are $12 adults and $5 for kids ages 10 and under.

Here are the top 2012 money winners expected in Hailey for each of the events:

( Barrel racing—Kyna Schrader $4,446 and also fifth-place Kristy Barton of Carey $2,198. Bareback riding—Billy Wall $3,154. Tie down roping—Lex Smith $3,635. Saddle bronc—Cliff Toone $4,501.

( Breakaway roping—Wyatt Williams $5,161. Stock saddle—Derrick Huffaker $1,838. Steer wrestling—Rob Dansie $3,019. Bullriding—Brady Oleson $5,826. Team roping—Rob Webb and Dan Webb $7,086.

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