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Dennis Reiners

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

HQ Phone: (719) 593-8840

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association

101 Prorodeo Drive

Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919

United States

Company Description

The PRCA, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., is the largest and oldest professional rodeo-sanctioning body in the world. The recognized leader in ProRodeo, the PRCA is committed to maintaining the highest standards. The PRCA, a membership-based org ... more

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WorldOfRodeo.Com - New Group Gets Ready To Enter PRCA Pro Rodeo Hall Of Fame

www.worldofrodeo.com, 8 Aug 2003 [cached]

In addition to Duhon and Pickett, the class includes stock contracting legend Mike Cervi of Greeley, Colo.; world champion saddle bronc rider Dennis Reiners of Cave Creek, Ariz.; contract personnel performers Nancy Sheppard of Globe, Ariz.; and Cecil Cornish of Enid, Okla.; and the late Todd Whatley of Hugo, Okla., the 1947 world all-around champion.

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Dennis Reiners Dennis Reiners competed in saddle bronc riding, winning the world championship in 1970. He qualified for the National Finals Rodeo nine times in saddle bronc riding and twice in bareback riding. During his storied career, he won NFR aggregate titles in bareback riding in 1965 and saddle bronc riding in 1973. Reiners, who joined the PRCA in 1959, was still competing in PRCA rodeos in 1990 at the age of 53. Reiners grew up in Clara City, Minn., and started his career at 14 years old in Watertown, S.D.


ProRodeo Hall of Fame Inductees

www.equisearch.com, 11 April 2003 [cached]

In addition to Duhon and Pickett, the class includes stock contracting legend Mike Cervi of Greeley, Colo.; world champion saddle bronc rider Dennis Reiners of Cave Creek, Ariz.; contract performers Nancy Sheppard of Globe, Ariz., and Cecil Cornish of Enid, Okla.; and the late Todd Whatley of Hugo, Okla., the 1947 world all-around champion.

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Reiners of Cave Creek, Ariz., competed in rodeo's classic event of saddle bronc riding, winning the world championship in 1970.He qualified for the National Finals Rodeo nine times (1963-66, 70-74) in saddle bronc riding, as well as two times (1965-66) in bareback riding.During his storied career, he won NFR aggregate titles in bareback riding in 1965 and saddle bronc riding in 1973.Reiners, who joined the PRCA in 1959, was still competing in PRCA rodeos in 1990 at the age of 53.
Reiners grew up in Clara City, Minn., and started his career at 14 years old in Watertown, S.D.He became interested in saddle bronc riding after watching six-time world saddle bronc riding champion Casey Tibbs at a rodeo in Clear Lake, S.D., in 1950.
Whatley
Whatley was a three-time world champion.He won all-around and steer wrestling world titles in 1947 and the bull riding championship in 1953.


ProRodeo Hall of Fame Induction

www.horses.about.com, 28 Nov 2002 [cached]

August 10, 2003 -- World champions Steve Duhon of Sonora, Texas, Dennis Reiners of Cave Creek, Ariz., and Dee Pickett of Caldwell, Idaho, headlined the seven who were inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame, located at the headquarters of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), this morning in Colorado Springs, Colo.

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In addition to Duhon, a three-time world steer wrestling champion, Reiners, the 1970 world saddle bronc champion, and Pickett, the 1984 world all-around champion, the 2003 class included: stock contracting legend Mike Cervi of Greeley, Colo.; contract performers Nancy Sheppard of Globe, Ariz., and Cecil Cornish of Enid, Okla.; and the late Todd Whatley of Hugo, Okla., the 1947 world all-around champion.
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* Reiners -- Dennis Reiners grew up on a farm in Minnesota.He started his rodeo career after watching the flamboyant Casey Tibbs ride in Clear Lake, S.D., in 1950.Reiners went home, built some bucking chutes and started riding.
Reiners joined the Rodeo Cowboys Association (RCA) in 1959 and went on to qualify for nine National Finals Rodeos.Reiners won the world saddle bornc riding title in 1970.He is the only man to have won the NFR aggregate title in both bareback riding and saddle bronc riding, capturing the bareback riding aggregate title in 1965 and the saddle bronc riding aggregate title in 1973.Reiners continued to compete in rodeos as late as 1990.

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