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West Hills Community College District
9900 Cody St.
At the West Hills Community College District we pride ourselves on serving the needs of a diverse student population. Whether you're 19 or 90, we have classes and programs that will interest you. If you are planning on a career as a mechanic or in medicin...
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NIRA - National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association
Bruce Hunt, coach at West Hills College in Coalinga, California, is also a college rodeo alumni.
His daughter Nora has competed at the college finals and is now attending and competing for the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
Bruce Hunt has been the rodeo head coach at West Hills College since 1982.
A member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys' Association since 1972, Hunt has brought his expertise and rodeo knowledge to the over 500 rodeo athletes who have been part of the West Hills rodeo team.
Many have gone on to become National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association champions and some have been national finalists and world champions in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys' Association.
Under Coach Hunt, West Hills rodeo teams have won 10 regional championships, been runners-up to the national champions twice, ranked third in the nation twice and placed fourth three times.
West Hills has been the most dominating force in the West Coast Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association for the last two decades, making Coach Hunt the most successful rodeo coach in the West Coast Region in recent years.
Coach Hunt is a product of college rodeo and stresses the importance of education.
Competing for Utah State University and later for Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Coach Hunt qualified for the College National Finals four years and was the West Coast calf roping champion in 1974.
He graduated from Cal Poly with an undergraduate degree in journalism and a Master's degree in agriculture.
After college, Hunt
had a successful career in professional rodeo in Canada, where he
was raised, qualifying for the Canadian National Finals Rodeo.
wife, Liz, have two daughters and a son.
West Hills Rodeo This Weekend
West Hills Coach Bruce Hunt said that the first performance in the college competition will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. on Friday.
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A. Bruce Hunt, Rodeo CoachWest Hills College 300 W. Cherry LaneCoalinga, CA 93210