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C.R. Boucher

C. R Boucher


Steer wrestler, pick-up man, chute boss, and board member are just a few of the job titles C.R. Boucher held during his thirty-year rodeo career. He won the 1964 bulldogging world championship and the 1961 National Finals Rodeo steer wrestling aggregate championship, finishing second in the world standings.

C.R. worked twenty-seven years as a pick-up man for stock contractor Elra Beutler and the Beutler family. His many talents allowed him to compete or work the National Finals Rodeo in every NFR city—Dallas, Los Angeles, Oklahoma City, and Las Vegas.

Outside the arena, he was the steer wrestling contestant director, vice president of the RCA, and member of the NFR committee.
C.R. was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 2001.