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Wyatt Denny competes in the bareback riding event at the Cache County Fair and Rodeo Thursday night in Logan.

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With the professional rodeo season inching toward the end of the 2022 campaign, cowboys and cowgirls trying to make the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) are traveling to as many performances as possible this time of year.

On the opening day and night of the Cache County Fair and Rodeo, it was evident Logan was a destination of some of the best that compete in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). Thursday morning began with slack — many that compete in timed events as the actual rodeos in the evenings have slots for a certain amount in each event. In the first of three nights of rodeos Thursday, the trend continued.


Shawn Harrison is the sports editor at The Herald Journal. He can be reached at sharrison@hjnews.com or 435-792-7233.

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