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“I was just trying to not break


out and go get him caught,” said Pascoe. “I knew Steve would rope him on the first or second jump.” His partner did just that, moti-


vating himself by thinking of a couple of things his wife could use with the money. Simons, for- merly in the construction busi- ness, provides steers for ropings across California. He and Bear’s dad Sean Pascoe had roped for years together and he and Bear, originally from Porterville, are close friends. “I haven’t been to this roping since I was 16 years old,” Pascoe said. “Corky (Ullman) and Daren (Peterson) have done a great job. The catle were outstanding.” The Reno Million was found- ed in 1996 by local real estate developer Perry Di Loreto and is now owned by Ullman-Peterson Events. It was designed to give equally matched amateur ropers across the country a chance at six-figure payouts, using a handi- capping system similar to golf. Pascoe, who spent five seasons


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playing for the New York Giants, caught four passes in their 21-17 victory over the Patriots in the 2011 Super Bowl. But he contin- ued to rope during every off-sea- son. Today, he and Katie ranch on land owned by her father, Hall-of-Fame steer wrestler John Jones.


TOP SOCAL REINERS batled


it out at the CRHA Reiner Shine horse show June 8-10, and a pair of stars bubbled to the surface. Riding her Gunna Juice You, Marilyn Scheffers marked a 72.5 and swept the NRHA Non Pro and Intermediate Non Pro class- es in a Saturday highlight Mike Berg earned Sunday’s highest score aboard Diane Yoder’s Special Mi. Marking an astounding 74.5, Berg earned blues in the NRHA Open and Intermediate Open as well as the CRHA Open classes. Berg’s big win, combined with his reserve placing on Saturday, earned him enough points to take home the CRHA Open circuit championship. “He’s about as talented a horse


as I’ve ever ridden,” Berg said of Special Mi. “Ultimately, the goal is for Diane to go show.” The Bergs found Special Mi


aſter the horse had won the 2016 Prime Time Open Futurity with Scot McCutcheon.


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June 8-10 for the 20th Annual Western States Horse Expo, bringing together education, shopping, entertainment and fun for horsepeople like no one else.


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