Rodeo coach uses personal experiences in the arena and on the football field to help him in his coaching career

Growing up he didn’t really have a favorite sport, it all depended on which one he was currently active in. His father instilled in him a work ethic to try his absolute best effort no matter what he was doing. Beau Clark is now fully committed to rodeo and still carries with him the life

Raised to be a rider: Freshman phenom wins CSU rodeo

Some athletes don’t find their sports calling until later stages in their life and some are born for a sport. Rodeo athlete Caydee Johnson was riding horses at six months old — she was born to compete in the arena. “I started riding at six months old with my mom in the saddle, and my

Coach’s rodeo endeavors helps relate to athletes

Cheyenne Frontier Days is a critical rodeo event for many cowboys. This is no different for LCCC’s rodeo coach Beau Clark, though it might come in a different form than it does for most competitors.   Clark has competed in multiple CFD rodeos, but this is the first time the pressure was off because his

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