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For the Record: Hermiston

Since 1988, the Farm-City Pro Rodeo in Hermiston, Ore., has grown to become one of the hottest spots in the summer run, but only the top scores and fastest times make the rodeo’s record book. 

Hermiston’s biggest payout was $206,032 in 2014. Cowboys have from Aug. 8-11 to win their share of the prize money and take aim at setting a Farm-City Pro Rodeo record. 

Rod Lyman set the record for most money won in all-around with $6,412 in 1998.

Two bareback riders share the record of 89 points. Andy Martinez set the record in 2006. He was matched by Austin Foss in 2017.  

Steer wrestler Trav Cadwell set the Hermiston record of 3.2 seconds in 2000. Trevor Knowles set the two-head average record of 7.5 seconds in 2010. 

Team ropers JoJo LeMond and Cory Petska set the record of 3.7 seconds in 2010. 

Saddle bronc rider Jake Wright set the Hermiston record of 88.5 points in 2017. 

Tie-down roper Cody Ohl set two records in 1998. Ohl made a 6.9-second run, which helped him to also set the two-head average record of 15.6 seconds. 

Barrel racer Lindsay Sears set the Hermiston record of 16.81 seconds in 2006.

Two bull riders share the Hermiston record of 92 points. Cole Mewbourn set the record in 1999, and his score was matched by Beau Hill in 2001. 
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