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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thurlddy, MorcK 30, 1972------- v C r Allison Photo TROUBLE GALORE That's whal Taber's Ron CFiizmazfa Ts In aboard the banana- horned Kesler bull, This action look place at the 1971 edition of the Ray- mond Stampede, and shortly after the picture was snapped Chizmazfa took fa the air as the National finals bull came out best-. most important ingredient Field corn crops L shoiv new interest By DU. ST.AN FHKYMAN Research Station By GARRY ALLISON' Herald Staff Tlx: basic and most impor- tant ingredient of any rodeo is the stock, and southern Alberta rodeo fans will once again have the opportunity to view two of the bettor bucking strings in the business throughout the up- coming rodeo season. T h o professional circuit's bucking stock is supplied by one o! tbe top contractors in North America, Reg Rosier. Kes'er broues anil bulls have been shedrJing the world's top cowlxiys for y ea rs row, a ml this year should no dif- ferent. Gi'eat bilking horses Ifco Rodeo the world champion bronc; Hat; art I Throo Bars all boar Kesler bnind. The also have an inlcr- nnliomi! repu'ation for mr. ;nv HPSS, wi'h Tvoi'V Lfrtli'Mirn; nnrl Rluc I-'rost nil making trips to I ho in Oklniioma City. While Uic Koslcr stock has been around for mnny years and i-s in Llic pro world, the bucking animals owned by McGowan flodeo arc making a like impression among followers of the ama- teur rodeo circuits. McGowan )lodoo, owned jointly by Allan Jones and Gor- don Ross, work more than 30 amateur shows in Canada and an additional 2L in tho United States. Jones and Ross acquired ownership of the McGowan string last spring after working with the compnay's originator, Jim McGowan, for five years. Th ey own 150 buck ing horses, 50 bulls and more than 100 calves, steers and pickup horses. During the thoy koop six other men busy on a per" manent ard calculate not of Ihoir ouUit at somcwlscrc araund TOP CALinRK Tlie nrnaleur f'rcnlts have no rwlco finafs similar to the pi'o.s, but if