November 29, 2022
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Barrel Racer Leslie Smalygo Will Make NFR Debut After Career High Season

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Leslie Smalygo is in her third year of being on the professional rodeo road and after finishing the 2021 season ranked No. 49 in the WPRA World Standings, she came back in 2022 to dominate.

Smalygo enters her firs NFR ranked No. 15 in the world. She racked up big wins this season and her horse Gus was a force to be reckoned with in any type of set up against the toughest, fastest ladies that rodeo has to offer.

Look back at Smalygo’s regular season highlights.

BIGGEST PAYDAYS

Cody Stampede, $10,148

In Cody, Wyoming, Smalygo would stop the clock at 17.04 to get the win by just four hundredths of a second. The State of Wyoming would prove to be a sweet spot for Smalygo and Gus.

Cheyenne Frontier Days, $15,948

At the Daddy of Em All, Smalygo would end up finishing second in the Finals after winning the first performance and the second Semifinal. Her fastest run in Cheyenne was a 17.16 second run that came in the Semifinals.

FASTEST TIMES

Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo, 16.85 seconds

In the Second Round in Oklahoma, Smaylgo would get the round win by almost two tenths of a second. This brought in over $2,000 and helped her pull an average check as well.

Washington State Fair and Pro Rodeo, 13.82 seconds

In Puyallup, it was another Round Two win for Smalygo and Gus. Stopping the clock at 13.82 and besting her first time by .08 seconds, Smaylgo added almost $4,000 to her season earnings.

NOTABLE WINS

NFR Open, 17.27 seconds

Smalygo and Gus came flying into Round 1 of the inaugural NFR Open. With a time of 17.27, the duo got the first round win and added over $5,500 to their winnings and continued to climb the standings.

Home of Champions Rodeo, 17.14 seconds

In Montana, Smalygo would be out the reigning World Champion for that first-place finish. With a time of 17.14 seconds, Smalygo proved once again, that she could run with the best of them.

MEET THE NFR ATHLETES PRESENTED BY MONTANA SILVERSMITHS.

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