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Rick Young

Contract Personnel • Class of 2022 Raised on his family’s Appaloosa horse ranch near Tickfaw, LA, Rick Young did not set out to become a rodeo clown and bull fighter. He really wanted to be a colligate football player after earning All-State accolades in both football and basketball. However, the...

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ProRodeo Hall of Fame Class of 2022 Announced

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Trevor Brazile, the King of PRCA cowboys with 26 world championships, heads up a star-studded 2022 induction class for the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. Brazile is joined by four-time PRCA World Champion Bareback Rider Bobby Mote (2002, 2007, 2009-2010), World Champion Team Roper Bobby Harris (1991),...

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Current Class

The Class of 2022 was announced on April 12, 2022. Please join us in congratulating this amazing class. They will be inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame on July 16, 2022 at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. For more information about the ceremony and Induction Weekend click here. Trevor...

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Contract Personnel

Jimmy Schumacher, 1979 Dudley J. Gaudin, 1979 Mel Lambert, 1990 Ellen Backstrom, 1995 Andy Womack, 1998 Jerry Olson, 2001 Edith Happy Connelly, 2002 June Ivory, 2004 Lecile Harris, 2007 Rex Dunn, 2010 Miles Hare, 2014 Randy Corley, 2017 Rick Young, 2022 Wick Peth, 1979 Jasbo Fulkerson, 1979 Glenn Randall, 1993 Pete Logan, 1996 Hadley Barrett, 1999 Tom Hadley, 2001 Quail Dobbs, 2002 Bob Tallman, 2004 Dorothy Apodaca, 2007 J.W. Stoker, 2011 Lee...

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Butch Kirby

Bull Riding • Class of 2020 Gary William Kirby, better known as Butch, started his rodeo career at age four when he joined his brothers in a trick riding troupe led by his mother, Mildred. By 16, he had changed his specialty to bull riding. Kirby credits the agility and...

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Tad Lucas

Rodeo Notable • Inducted 1979 A tiny lady bronc rider from the Nebraska sand-hill country, Tad Lucas was the youngest of 24 children born to a pioneer family. She rode bulls in the main streets of Cody, Neb., during World War I to raise money for the Red Cross. In...

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Inductees

The colorful history and equally colorful legends of professional rodeo live on at the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Since the Hall’s opening in 1979, 294 people, 38 animals and 32 rodeo committees have been inducted. More than 100 individuals...

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