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After a rocky start to open the National Finals Rodeo, Ellensburg’s Minor brothers have bounced back in a big way, winning three straight checks, including Monday night’s 3.9-second run for second place during day five of the 10-day NFR in Las Vegas.

Hold on for a moment while I pat myself on the back … there I’m done. In not-so-shocking-but-very-arrogant news, I was correct with my pick of Scott Snedecor winning the steer roping Gold Buckle. The now-four-time world and two-time defending champion made up a $19,000 deficit to Tuf Cooper while benefitting from Cooper’s sub-par finals. Cooper suffered six no-times but won first place two out of the three rounds he placed. Snedecor placed in four rounds, winning the first two, and finished fourth in the average.

We’re in championship form now. We’re getting into that long-awaited season of “who’s who”. No, I’m not talking about the world champions, I’m talking about predicting world champions. Yes, rodeo is all about how the Guddat Family sees it playing out.