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Harlem's T'Jay Allen wins big at second annual Cody FourColors Memorial Bull Riding


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Harlem's T'Jay Allen rides in Friday night's Cody FourColors Memorial Bull Riding at the Great Northern Fair. Allen had a big night on the bulls, earning big points in the Bull Riders Canada standings.

When it comes to the rodeo, there is nothing quite like bull riding.

And that's probably why there was an electric atmosphere at the Great Northern Fairgrounds Friday night for the second annual Cody FourColors Memorial Bull Riding.

The event, which is part of the Bull Riders Canada season schedule, featured three different payouts, all won by T'Jay Allen of Harlem.

In the long round, Allen took first with a score of 83.5, beating Gerald Eash of Trego who managed an 82.5. Allen took home $1,407 in prize money. Eash wound up with $1,082 and third-place finisher Ashton Sahli of Red Deer,...

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