rodeo

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rodeo

a sporting event in which riders compete for points in contests related to buckjump riding, bull riding, calf roping.
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Lacey Wheatley, Terry Wheatley's daughter-in-law, is the director of Wrangler Tough Enough to Wear Pink and coordinates with rodeos and other non-rodeo organizations to create the pink-themed fundraisers.
They regularly have a lot of stock that competes in rodeos like the Pendleton Round-Up and St.
Indeed, "Indian and reserve rodeos did not represent a complete retreat from the contact zone.
But as a professional rodeo clown, in addition to making audiences laugh, he's responsible for keeping bull riders safe.
POPULAR since its launch back in November 2003, the Isuzu Rodeo racked up three major awards in its first year of going on sale, being acknowledged as the most up-to-date and sophisticated in its class.
The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, for one, is urging all other rodeos in Canada to follow in Cloverdale's footsteps.
In the past, petrol prices didn't matter much when a cowboy was planning a weekend trip to a series of rodeos.
Popularity grew as regular rodeos were established throughout the West.
Isaac Blythers, president and CEO of Atlanta Gas Light, was the keynote speaker for the Rodeo Banquet, an event held to pay tribute to the teams and their supporters.
A collection of plastic bucket seats and livestock chutes circling a pit of mud, Horse Barn Number 6 at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds could have been any rodeo arena.
She also hopes to become the first African American woman to qualify for the National Finals Rodeo held each November in Las Vegas.
Their own "2000 PRCA Injury Survey" documents 38 injuries at 57 PRCA rodeos that year.