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Justin Boots Best Footing Awards®
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The WPRA is proud to have Justin Boots Company as a sponsor of the Justin Best Footing Awards. This amazing program allows the WPRA Board of Directors and members to recognize those committees in each of the 12 rodeo circuits that have put forth extra effort to ensure their rodeo had the safest, most consistent ground conditions throughout the entire rodeo. This in turn ensures a safe and level playing field for the barrel racing contestants and their horses.

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The Justin Best Footing prize structure is as follows:
  • 1st Place winners receive a $1,000 cash award, plaque and Justin certificate redeemable for one pair of Justin smooth ostrich or lizard boots.
  • 2nd Place winners receive a $500 cash award and a plaque.
  • 3rd Place winners receive a $350 cash award and a plaque.
  • Most Improved winners receive a plaque.
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Congratulations to all of the Justin Best Footing Award winners!
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Badlands
First — Roughrider Days Rodeo, Dickinson, ND
Second — Range Days Rodeo, Rapid City, SD
Third — BHSU Rally Rodeo & Bullfights, Spearfish, SD
Most Improved — Deadwood Days of 76 Rodeo, Deadwood, SD

California
First — California Rodeo Salinas, Salinas, CA
Second — 76th Annual Santa Maria Elks Rodeo,
Santa Maria, CA
Third — Norco Mounted Posse PRCA Rodeo, Norco, CA
Most Improved — Red Bluff Round-Up, Red Bluff, CA

Columbia River
First — Farm-City Pro Rodeo, Hermiston, OR
Second — Canby Rodeo, Canby, OR
Third — St. Paul Rodeo, St. Paul, OR
Most Improved — Crooked River Roundup, Prineville, OR

First Frontier
First — Cecil County Fair Pro Rodeo, Elkton/Fair Hill, MD
Second — Allegheny Mountain Championship Rodeo, Kellettville (Tionesta), PA
Third — Painted Pony Championship Rodeo, Lake Luzerne, NY
Most Improved — No Recipient

Great Lakes
First — Mid-Western Rodeo, Manawa, WI
Second — American Royal ProRodeo, Kansas City, MO
Third — Heart of the North Rodeo, Spooner, WI
Most Improved — Jackson County Pro Rodeo, Bellevue, IA

Montana
First — Northeast Montana Fair and Rodeo, Glasgow, MT
Second — Fallon County Fair & Rodeo, Baker, MT
Third — Eastern Montana Fair Rodeo, Miles City, MT
Most Improved — Yellowstone River Roundup, Billings, MT

Mountain States
First — Cody Stampede Rodeo, Cody, WY
Second — Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series,
Steamboat Springs, CO
Third — Greeley Stampede, Greeley, CO
Most Improved — Earl Anderson Memorial Rodeo, Grover, CO

Prairie
First — Elk City Rodeo Of Champions, Elk City, OK
Second — Lawton Rangers Rodeo, Lawton, OK
Third — Oregon Trail Rodeo, Hastings, NE
Most Improved — Eureka Pro Rodeo, Eureka, KS

Southeastern
First — Rotary Rodeo, Starkville, MS
Second — Lowry’s 4L Ranch Rodeo, Summerville, GA
Third — Northwest Florida Championship Rodeo, Bonifay, FL
Most Improved — Pasco County Fair Championship Rodeo,
Dade City, FL

Texas
First — Cowboy Capital of the World PRCA Rodeo, Stephenville, TX
Second — Sandhills Stock Show Rodeo, Odessa, TX
Third — Suthwestern Exposition and Livestock Show, Fort Worth, TX
Most Improved — Los Fresnos Rodeo, Los Fresnos, TX

Turquoise
First — Socorro Pro Rodeo, Socorro, NM
Second — Roots N’ Boots Queen Creek Pro Rodeo, Queen Creek, AZ
Third — Flagstaff Pro Rodeo, Flagstaff, AZ
Most Improved — Gary Hardt Memorial Rodeo, Payson, AZ

Wilderness
First — War Bonnet Round Up – Idaho’s Oldest Rodeo, Idaho Falls, ID
Second — Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Rodeo, Spanish Fork, UT
Third — Gooding Pro Rodeo, Gooding, ID
Most Improved — Gem State Classic Pro Rodeo, Blackfoot, ID

 

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