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Ranch Rodeo
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Sunday, September 22nd 2013 - All Day

You are invited to the Stirling Family memorial ranch Rodeo on Sept. 21st in Fort Pierre, SD.

The Stirling Family Memorial Ranch Rodeo will have four main events for the long go and then two different events in the short go:
LONG GO EVENTS
– Stray Gather
– Range Doctoring
– Trailer Relay Race
– Ranch Bronc Riding

SHORT GO EVENTS
– Calf Branding
– Trailer Relay Race
– Wild Cow Milking
– Ranch Bronc Riding

– Mutton Busting (Short go performance only)

There will be an open Mutton Busting during the evening performance only.  The Mutton Busting is open to the first 25 kids under 60 lbs that enter before 6 pm the evening of September 22, 2012.  Mutton Busters and their parents are responsible for providing protective equipment and will sign a release of liability prior to the event starting.

“Families helping families fight Cancer”  All proceeds go towards cancer afflicted families.  For team penning sign up log on to www.stirlingfamilyranchrodeo.org

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