Stevi Hillman and Sandi Slide into the No. 1 Spot to Claim the Win In Pendleton

Stevi Hillman secured an emotional win a the Pendleton Roundup as she turned in a 28.23 second run in the Short-Go to claim the No. 1 spot in the Average with 56.90 seconds on two head.

“I’m just so grateful for the opportunity to be here again and to win this thing twice is just totally a dream come true,” Hillman said.

Hillman has secured a victory at this prestigious rodeo for the second time in her career, this instance riding CJ Lambke’s mare Sandi to take home $11,375 in prize money.

Currently sitting at No. 15 in the WPRA World Standings, Hillman is guaranteed to make a shift and further her chance at an eighth National Final Rodeo qualification.

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