Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics Siblings Steal the Show at Clark County Fair and Rodeo

Stilleto and Parody of Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics put on a stellar performance in Logandale

Clayton Biglow and Riggin Smith weren’t the only athletes to have an impressive weekend in Logandale, Nevada. Sankey Pro Rodeo and Phenom Genetics’ equine stars Stiletto and Parody delivered standout performances at the Clark County Fair and Rodeo.

Biglow secured the win in the bareback riding with an 88.5-point ride on Stiletto, while Smith claimed the saddle bronc riding title with an 89-point ride on Parody, who made his debut with two notable performances this weekend.

Those horses are both great for the same reason, they are full siblings, and Wade Sankey says he has never had siblings win a rodeo together like in Clark County.

“We’re just absolutely thrilled, our breeding program is something we’ve taken pride in forever and we’ve worked on it for a long time,” he said. “Anytime you show up to a rodeo with a new horse, it’s important they perform well.”

The family tree is as good as it gets for Pardy and Stiletto as those two horses are attempting to become fourth generation NFR qualifiers. Their dam is Sozo, grand-dam is Sudoku, and great grand-dam is Dominoes.

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