Posts tagged Rodeo Life
Roping The Way To Victory

Meet Kimes’ newest endorsee Bobby-Jean Colyer! The future is looking bright for Colyer. She is entered in the Reno Million Roping, plans to attend the World Series in Cheyenne, Wyoming and is already qualified for the finale in Las Vegas. Kimes Ranch is very excited to have Colyer join our team and we can’t wait to see all her accomplishments this year. 

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2017 CCPRA Finals Review

Formed in 1966, the California Professional Rodeo Association (CCPRA) is a regional organization that sanctions several rodeos throughout California.  With co-approved rodeos in Nevada, Washington, and Oregon, the CCPRA provides cowboys and cowgirls the opportunity to compete in roughly 25 rodeos a year.  Each rodeo has strong competition in all events and the association has shown steady growth over the past years.  To conclude each season the association produces a final rodeo for the top twelve in each event.

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Comfy and Casual at the NFR

The words “comfy” and “casual” aren’t normally used in the same sentence with “National Finals Rodeo.” In December, those of us headed to Las Vegas will be pulling out all the stops to make sure we’re dressed to the nines (more on that later!), but in the days leading up to the Super Bowl of Rodeo, the new NFR gear is a game changer. It’s cute, comfortable, and paired with some Kimes jeans makes for the perfect fall look for a day at the rodeo or the pumpkin patch.

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Reasons We Rodeo

Moving away from home to go to college is defiantly a stressful time for both your parents and yourself. Some people only go to the college in their hometown, while others (like myself, and many) move to a completely different country. I personally moved from Alberta, Canada to Oklahoma. I get asked a lot why I would go so far for college, or what makes going to school in Oklahoma better? Well I will explain why myself and many other Canadians headed south for post secondary school.

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