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Central Wyoming Fair & Rodeo Winners: Miller, Kormos and Big Show Boudreaux

Courtesy of Wrangler Network contributor Charlie Coon

Colton Miller was a fan favorite at the championship round of the Central Wyoming Fair Rodeo on Saturday night and the “Cowboy State” native was up to the task at hand winning the saddle bronc riding title in Casper which is located about halfway between his hometown of Lance Creek and where Miller went to college in Riverton. He is a nephew of 2007 world champion steer wrestler Jason Miller who has retired from pro rodeo and ranches in Lance Creek.

Texan Scott Kormos had a “terrible” Cowboy Christmas over the Fourth of July making no tie-down roping money toward a return to the national finals. He has surpassed the $1 million mark in PRCA earnings and the $8,000 out of Casper will help restore confidence this year.

Bull rider Boudreaux Campbell just graduated from high school in a small Texas town near Huntsville where he has promised his Dad to graduate from Sam Houston State University with a degree in “something” one day. Right now the 18-year-old is on a rookie roll citing Casper as the biggest cash and Montana Silversmith spur-earning victory so far in his promising pro career.