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Champions Challenge to make its way to Amarillo

World champion cowboys and cowgirls will be making their way to Amarillo for a new event never before seen in the Panhandle.

It's called the Champions Challenge and it's a Vegas-style Wrangler NFR performance right here in Amarillo.

The rodeo is part of four tour stops in Redding, California, Kissimee, Florida and Whinnie, Texas. The rodeos will be broadcast on national TV later in the year. It's a chance for the fans to see the best-of-the-best in the world of professional rodeo.

Spectators will get a chance to see Will Lowe, JW Harris, Trevor Brazile and so many more world champions at the Amarillo National Center.

It's all happening September 18th, the day before the Tri State Fair and Rodeo.

Tickets are only ten dollars and available now at tristatefair.com.

Be sure and watch NewsChannel10's Early Show with chances to win Champions Challenge tickets.

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