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Round 6 Video Highlights: 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

Trevor Brazile went from one stage to another Tuesday night, from giving out a music award to becoming the most decorated cowboy in the history of rodeo. Life as a celebrity presenter at the American Country Awards was fun for Brazile, but taking center stage at rodeo’s marquee event meant more to the legendary roper. Brazile and his wife, Shada, handed out one of the early awards at the Mandalay Bay Events Center before dashing to the Thomas & Mack Center, where both competed before 17,306 fans in Round 6 of the 55th annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.It was a memorable night for the 37-year-old Brazile, who clinched his unprecedented 19th world championship by surpassing one of his childhood heroes, steer roper Guy Allen. Brazile grew up studying Allen’s technique, which produced 18 world championships, all in steer roping.”I’d never have dreamed of setting 19 world championships as a goal, because I’m into setting goals I can reach,” Brazile said. “I watched Guy Allen dominate. I wondered how someone could do something as hard as winning a world championship 18 times. It’s a little different, because he did it in one event. I witnessed his dominance firsthand, because I was the bridesmaid on many Continue Reading