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Former Rustler earns Tom Trehearne Memorial Buckle

Sep 7, 2012 From staff reports

The 2012 Wind River Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Rodeo Roundup in Riverton recognized professional cowboy Seth Glause, Cheyenne resident and former Rustler, as the All-Around Champion Cowboy during the Fremont County Fair.

Glause earned the Tom Trehearne Memorial All-Around custom belt buckle for his efforts. He competed in both the saddle bronc event and bull riding at the Wind River PRCA Rodeo Roundup.

To qualify for the all-around title, a cowboy must enter more than one event at a rodeo. The cowboy who is entered in multiple events and wins the most money then claims the title of All-Around for that rodeo. Glause tied for second in saddle bronc riding, winning $662.62.

Glause is sitting in 11th place in the All-Around and 12th in bull riding, according to the 2012 PRCA World Standings. At the end of the year the top 15 PRCA cowboys and cowgirls, in each event, compete in Las Vegas for 10 days in December during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

"I like competing in Wyoming because rodeo is a great Wyoming sport," Glause said. "Everyone comes out so it is like your home town every night."

Glause rides bulls at every rodeo he enters but also enters saddle broncs primarily in the PRCA Mountain Circuit rodeos.

"I like both events and I have always been a Bronc Rider at heart, but I have been really successful with bulls," he said.

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