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Cowboy Christmas for One of Cody’s Own

January 6th, 2015 by Park County Travel Council | Be the first to comment!

For cowboys, Christmas can come anytime of the year, and that’s exactly what happened to one of my favorite Yellowstone Country cowboys, Al Schultz, and his roping partner Mark Aragon. And Cody couldn’t be more proud.

The two won a world team roping championship in Las Vegas early in December, and they split a purse in the staggering amount of $240,000. Christmas definitely came early for these two cowboys.

Many cowboy champions begin competing at the Cody Nite Rodeo.

For those of you who know something about the world of rodeo – and here in the home of the Cody Nite Rodeo, most of us do – the competitive spirit of the professional cowboy is sometimes as big as his Stetson. But for Al and Mark, the competition they won was one for which they didn’t think they even had a shot. As my pal Lew Freedman wrote in the Cody Enterprise: “Coming into Vegas it seemed they had the same chance of winning as they did capturing the World Series of Poker.”

Al Schultz and son-in-law Mark Aragon – World Champion Team Ropers.

But the roping gods were aligned during the competition, and the two roped spectacularly. On the first day, Al Read More


Change is in the Air

October 8th, 2008 by Park County Travel Council | Be the first to comment!

Days are getting shorter, the weather is getting cooler, the air is crisper and the summer crowds have returned home. Fall has definitely arrived in Cody/Yellowstone Country. We so appreciate the summer visitors that come here each year and let us share our wonderful part of Wyoming with them but cooler weather doesn’t mean that we don’t have anything to offer – we do!