WRCA Ranch Rodeo Top Horse

Ranching Heritage-bred stallion earns Top Horse award.

Ranch Horse Journal

Ranching Heritage-bred stallion earns Top Horse award.

The Ranching Heritage-bred stallion Ccats Gaybar Colonel was the Top Horse at the Working Ranch Cowboys Association Rock’n Western Rendezvous Ranch Rodeo, held June 2-3 in Loveland, Colorado.

Ccats Gaybar Colonel is a 6-year-old son of Cowasocki Cat. He is owned and was ridden by Cliff Hall of Bronson, Kansas, and they helped their Broken H/Hebb Cattle team to a second-place finish.

Ccats Gaybar Colonel was bred by Bill and Lora Holeman of Bronson, Kansas, and is out of the Colonel Remington mare Colonels Gay Widow. He is a money earner in Zoetis AQHA Ranching Heritage Challenge competition and has earned points in Versatility Ranch Horse competition.

The rodeo was won by Four Three Land & Cattle/FX Bar of Lusk, Wyoming.

The Working Ranch Cowboys Association hosts ranch rodeos across the West culminating in the World Championship Ranch Rodeo, which is November 10-13 in Amarillo. The WRCA works to showcases the skills of the working ranch cowboy and to raises money funds for the WRCA Foundation, which provides scholarship assistance and crisis assistance to working ranch cowboys and their immediate family.

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