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Fremont County Memorial Youth Rodeo 2022 winners

The Memorial Youth Rodeo, in memory of Lonnie Mantle, paid out more than $17,000 in Fremont County, Wyoming.

High money earners from the event were Kallie Sims, with a earnings of $543, Aidan Ruby with a earnings of $506, Zia Washakie with an earnings of $481, and Cannon Campbell with an earnings of $442.

Saddles, saddle blankets, money clips, and buckles were among the prize lineup as well. Yeti Cups were also given to stock contractor, Jace Mitchell, and bull fighter, Cody Kenyon.

High-Point riders in the Bull Riding Received Money Clips:

6-10 Louie Nicholas

11-13 Stetson St. Claire

14-18 Aidan Ruby

Saddle Pads were given for fast time in each event:

Barrels Catie Vineyard

Poles Aislynn Vroman

Goat Tail Tying Hoyt Peil

Girls Goats Taylor Malcolm

Boys Goats Braxton Burford

Steer Daubing Aidan Ruby

Team Roping Hoyt Peil

Breakaway Kallie Sims

High Money Bucklet for the 5 & Under age division was given to Hazin Nichols

Saddle Winners were:

6-10 Hoyt Peil 

11-13 Aislyn Vroman

14-18 Kallie Sims

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