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ed a fl awless jump-off in 33.75, less than .04 seconds faster than the previous leaders, Vani Khosla and Billy Mexico. Spooner and 19-year-old


Cristallo have countless wins in the books, and each one is still special. “We’ve had a very long and


extraordinary relationship, and it just amazes me that he is still fi t and strong,” Spooner said. “He didn’t do any classes this week; he just came out for the grand prix and he nailed it. How could I possibly say enough about how I feel about that horse?”


JUNE Middle America should be


proud of the cowboys it sent to Reno for the richest one-day team roping in the world. Jake Long, 33, of Coff eyville, Kan., and his best friend


Coleman Proctor, 31, of Pryor, Okla., have roped together since they were kids, partnering pro- fessionally in fi ve diff erent sea- sons over the past 10 years. Despite the fact that today


Proctor was partnered with fellow Oklahoman Billie Jack Saebens of Nowata, he was the fi rst man to ride over and con- gratulate Long, horseback, aſt er Long and Luke Brown bested Proctor and Saebens for the cov- eted Bob Feist Invitational cham- pionship. The two teams earned $204,000 in cash. The 40th anniversary of the oldest, most prestigious invita- tional team roping in the sport paid out $800,000 in cash and prizes Monday over six rounds of fi erce competition.


Over seventy junior and amateur entries took to The


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