Lefty Holman Is On A Hot Streak

Lefty Holman is currently sitting No. 11 and is steady climbing up the ladder of the world standings. Adding to his earnings at the past nine rodeos he’s been to, the cowboy is gunning for his second Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

“I don’t think a whole lot but I know when I’m having fun. When you’re ahead of a horse there is not a better feeling in the world,” he said after his winning ride on Stace Smith Pro Rodeo’s Utopia.

Scoring 86 points on both of his horses in Dodge City, Kansas he took him the title on championship Sunday.

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