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OSU sends five to College National Finals Rodeo

Oklahoma State University’s Rodeo Team has overcome the difficulties of training and competing in a pandemic to qualify five students for the College National Finals Rodeo in June. Those who made the cut comprise the largest OSU contingent in several years to be sent to the CNFR, said Cody Hollingsworth, the team’s coach.
OSU Rodeo Team kicks off spring season

Tue, Mar 09, 2021

The Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team has been hard at work preparing for this spring’s competitive season that kicked off last week. As fall rodeos moved to the spring, the team has been utilizing the extra time in between seasons to focus on academics and improving their skills in the arena.

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Bovine Sports Medicine — Keeping the Buck in the Bull

Fri, Dec 13, 2019

Animal athletes come in all shapes and sizes. Generations of selective breeding have produced genetic lines of animals that are deemed more suited to a specific athletic discipline. For example, some dogs are bred to hunt, while others are bred for agility; some horses are bred for racing, while others are bred to work with cows. The evolution of today’s bucking bull athlete is no different.

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