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Local Address:  Arizona , United States

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Interviewees include Ty Murray, Trevor ..., 9 Mar 2015 [cached]
Interviewees include Ty Murray, Trevor Brazile, Joe Beaver, Billy Etbauer, Cody Ohl, Charmayne James and Kaycee Feild, NFR General Manager Shawn Davis and PRCA Commissioner Karl Stressman.
Shawn Davis | Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, 16 May 2013 [cached]
Shawn Davis
Saddle Bronc Riding • Inducted 1979
LegendBronze2 Shawn Davis, a three-time world champion saddle bronc rider, has devoted much of his life to the sport of rodeo. Davis won his first title in 1965 and then captured back-to-back titles in 1967-68. In 1969, he was leading the world standings when a bronc fell on him in Thompson Falls, Mont., breaking his back. At least one surgeon predicted Davis would never ride even a gentle horse again, but 13 months later, following intensive, self-motivated physical therapy, he was riding broncs and winning. He returned to the National Finals Rodeo in 1971. Davis has been general manager of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo since 1986 and was a major proponent of moving the NFR from Oklahoma City, Okla., to Las Vegas. Davis has served on the PRCA Board of Directors and was the rodeo coach at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls for 29 years before retiring in 2007. He was born on Dec. 7, 1940, in Butte, Mont.
American Profile: 11/28/2004 - 12/4/2004: Pro Rodeo's Main Event, 28 Nov 2004 [cached]
,What I,d hoped would happen 30 to 35 years ago is finally becoming a possibility now,, says Shawn Davis, 64, production manager for the PRCA,s three nationwide tours, plus the prestigious National Finals, the sport,s equivalent of baseball,s World Series. ,We have nearly 700 sanctioned rodeos annually in 41 states and four Canadian provinces.There,s a beginning and an end and a tremendous excitement level.
Davis, a three-time world saddle bronc riding champion (1965, 1967-68), who still coaches rodeo at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls, says the sport has changed considerably from the time when he was competing.
,When I was growing up, it was more like the original Wild West,, recalls Davis, ,when the cowboys would come into town, go to the rodeo, and then party and have a great time until the next one down the road a week.Their lifestyle has changed, too.
,We,re getting a lot of benefit out of television,, says Davis, referring to the PRCA,s contracts with the ESPN and OLN networks.
,If it,s not on TV, it don,t work,, Shoulders adds. ,I think it,s a product worth selling and worth looking at.,
As for what the future holds for pro rodeo, Davis says, ,If they,ll continue with the present (PRCA) commissioner,s plan and organize it so it can be developed as a sport with a following, there,s an excitement level coupled with the heritage of the West that is very hard to duplicate.,
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - After 29 ..., 5 Mar 2007 [cached]
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - After 29 years, College of Southern Idaho rodeo coach and ProRodeo Hall of Fame member Shawn Davis has announced his retirement from coaching.A retirement ceremony for Davis, 66, will be held during the 31st Annual CSI Intercollegiate Rodeo on March 10 at the Eldon Evans Expo Center on North College Road.The rodeo begins at 8 p.m. (MT), and CSI President Jerry Beck will be among those on hand to honor Davis.
Davis led the Golden Eagles to national men's team titles in 1996 and 2001-02.A Davis-led team has never finished lower than 11th at the College National Finals Rodeo, and CSI won the NIRA Rocky Mountain Region team title 23 out of 26 times under his command.
Davis has been involved in rodeo since the age of 5.While competing for Western Montana College in Dillon, he won national championships in bareback riding, saddle bronc riding and all-around.He was a reserve champion in bull riding.
In professional rodeo, Davis claimed three saddle bronc riding world championships in 1965, 1967-68.He qualified for the National Finals Rodeo 11 times.Davis was the PRCA president from 1982-85.He also was a judge at the National Finals Rodeo and administrator, and has served as the general manager of the Wrangler NFR, held annually in Las Vegas, since 1985.
Davis' future plans include spending time with family at his home in Filer, Idaho, and ranch in Whitehall, Mont., and to pursue his passion for horse racing throughout the West and Southwest.
News, 28 Oct 2001 [cached]
"This is as good as it gets," said Shawn Davis, a former three-time world champion saddle bronc rider who is the general manager of the Finale and the Wrangler NFR."This is the greatest event I've ever seen."
The Finale was created by a group of prominent Dallas businessmen known as the Texas Stampede.
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