Sedalia Pro Rodeo entertains local crowds Friday, Saturday


During the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo’s bronc riding competition, Friday evening, in the Mathewson Exhibition Center, champion bronc rider Keith Brauer gained the highest score of the evening for the saddle bronc riding event with an 81.5. This Sedalia Championship sponsored by International Professional Rodeo Association and the National Federation of Professional Bullriders to is a two-weekend event hosted in February. It is produced by Federation Productions in Mansfield.


Professional rodeo clown Dusty Myers, of Corinth, Mississippi, is “shot” in the rear by old west, Mexican bandit, Diego Sanchez, during an entertainment segment of the Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo, Friday night, in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.


Before the rodeo began Friday evening the American flag was presented and remained on the floor for the opening prayer and the singing of the National Anthem.


The Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo opened with the bareback riding competition at 8 p.m. Friday. Federation Productions Producers Frank Walkowe and Clint Jackson said there were approximately 300 contestants from 16 states competing in several categories both Friday and Saturday evening.


Included in the rodeo competitions were team roping acts, both Friday and Saturday, along with cowgirl barrel racing, steer wrestling and the last event of the evening bull riding.


An unidentified cowboy bursts out of chute No. 1 riding a veteran rodeo horse named Mildred during the bareback competition Friday evening at the Mathewson Center at the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo.


During the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo’s bronc riding competition, Friday evening, in the Mathewson Exhibition Center, champion bronc rider Keith Brauer gained the highest score of the evening for the saddle bronc riding event with an 81.5. This Sedalia Championship sponsored by International Professional Rodeo Association and the National Federation of Professional Bullriders to is a two-weekend event hosted in February. It is produced by Federation Productions in Mansfield.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-1-1-1.jpgDuring the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo’s bronc riding competition, Friday evening, in the Mathewson Exhibition Center, champion bronc rider Keith Brauer gained the highest score of the evening for the saddle bronc riding event with an 81.5. This Sedalia Championship sponsored by International Professional Rodeo Association and the National Federation of Professional Bullriders to is a two-weekend event hosted in February. It is produced by Federation Productions in Mansfield.

Professional rodeo clown Dusty Myers, of Corinth, Mississippi, is “shot” in the rear by old west, Mexican bandit, Diego Sanchez, during an entertainment segment of the Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo, Friday night, in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-2-1.jpgProfessional rodeo clown Dusty Myers, of Corinth, Mississippi, is “shot” in the rear by old west, Mexican bandit, Diego Sanchez, during an entertainment segment of the Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo, Friday night, in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Before the rodeo began Friday evening the American flag was presented and remained on the floor for the opening prayer and the singing of the National Anthem.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-3-1.jpgBefore the rodeo began Friday evening the American flag was presented and remained on the floor for the opening prayer and the singing of the National Anthem.

The Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo opened with the bareback riding competition at 8 p.m. Friday. Federation Productions Producers Frank Walkowe and Clint Jackson said there were approximately 300 contestants from 16 states competing in several categories both Friday and Saturday evening.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-4-1.jpgThe Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo opened with the bareback riding competition at 8 p.m. Friday. Federation Productions Producers Frank Walkowe and Clint Jackson said there were approximately 300 contestants from 16 states competing in several categories both Friday and Saturday evening.

Included in the rodeo competitions were team roping acts, both Friday and Saturday, along with cowgirl barrel racing, steer wrestling and the last event of the evening bull riding.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-5-1.jpgIncluded in the rodeo competitions were team roping acts, both Friday and Saturday, along with cowgirl barrel racing, steer wrestling and the last event of the evening bull riding.

An unidentified cowboy bursts out of chute No. 1 riding a veteran rodeo horse named Mildred during the bareback competition Friday evening at the Mathewson Center at the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD022916RodeoPhotos-6-1-1.jpgAn unidentified cowboy bursts out of chute No. 1 riding a veteran rodeo horse named Mildred during the bareback competition Friday evening at the Mathewson Center at the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo.

During the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo’s bronc riding competition, Friday evening, in the Mathewson Exhibition Center, champion bronc rider Keith Brauer gained the highest score of the evening for the saddle bronc riding event with an 81.5. This Sedalia Championship sponsored by International Professional Rodeo Association and the National Federation of Professional Bullriders to is a two-weekend event hosted in February. It is produced by Federation Productions in Mansfield.

Professional rodeo clown Dusty Myers, of Corinth, Mississippi, is “shot” in the rear by old west, Mexican bandit, Diego Sanchez, during an entertainment segment of the Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo, Friday night, in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds.

Before the rodeo began Friday evening the American flag was presented and remained on the floor for the opening prayer and the singing of the National Anthem.

The Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo opened with the bareback riding competition at 8 p.m. Friday. Federation Productions Producers Frank Walkowe and Clint Jackson said there were approximately 300 contestants from 16 states competing in several categories both Friday and Saturday evening.

Included in the rodeo competitions were team roping acts, both Friday and Saturday, along with cowgirl barrel racing, steer wrestling and the last event of the evening bull riding.

An unidentified cowboy bursts out of chute No. 1 riding a veteran rodeo horse named Mildred during the bareback competition Friday evening at the Mathewson Center at the 21st annual Sedalia Championship Pro Rodeo.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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