Raymond Knight | Mormons in Rodeo and Horse Racing

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[sc:top_left_adsense300x250_1] Competition bred excellence, and famous Mormon cowboy Raymond Knight knew this as well as anybody when he suggested and arranged the first Canadian rodeos of the early 1900’s. This sugar and sheep baron helped to kick start the rodeo tradition in the country, and is still known as a famous Mormon who was the father of Canadian Rodeo. [sc:top_left_content] [sc:gallery_link]
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