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Luke Brown had his horse plan in shipshape order when he set sail for the 2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He would take two horses—Rebel, the 16-year-old palomino horse he bought from Cory Kidd in September, and Cowboy, who is Luke’s 14-year-old sorrel horse that’s historically sort of been a jackpot and long-score specialist. Brown planned to ride both horses at the Top-15 “running of the steers” at the Thomas & Mack two days before opening night, then make an executive decision about which one to start on and take it from there. Then fate stepped in, when Rebel snapped his leg while running a steer at a roping en route to Vegas.

“I was heading a steer straight NFR in December, and with Eaves on the back side placed in five rounds and third in the average for $43,154/man. “Nothing looks odd on the video. There was no rhyme or reason to why it happened. It was just a freak deal.

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