He’s a homegrown rodeo star

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He’s a homegrown rodeo star

Practice pays off at regional competition for Durango’s Calvin Brevik

He’s a homegrown rodeo star

Quarter horses are the most common breed used for roping events because of their acceleration and agility. A fit, healthy horse is key to shaving precious fractions of seconds off a runtime. “Exercise and feed them well ... as you would yourself as an athlete,” said Calvin Brevik.
Brevik displays the silver belt buckle he won at a Fort Collins rodeo in May. He is pining for more hardware, specifically the coveted golden buckle at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, where he hopes to be next year.
Calvin Brevik, 24, has been competing in rodeos for almost 20 years. His passion for the sport is also proving to be financially rewarding. Right now, rodeo winnings are his primary income.
Calvin Brevik won this championship saddle earlier this year.
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