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BubblesBlue 05-29-2012 10:03 PM

One Muddy Rodeo
This is what I experienced this weekend. Please no hating on the events for doing this in the mud, please take that to a different thread and take it out there. I don't have the patience to deal with you. ^^ For the record, no horse fell down in this. Except for one bull! Lol! The guy came out just fine.

My cold cheering section.

CLaPorte432 05-29-2012 10:08 PM

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Awesome top picture!

Have fun cleaning your tack. LoL.

ETA: Where's your other bell boot? HaHa.

DrumRunner 05-29-2012 10:14 PM

Love that pole run.. The ground isn't that bad really..

BUT, I severely dislike you all with your stupid jackets and cold weather.. We're HOT here everyday..

BubblesBlue 05-29-2012 10:15 PM


Originally Posted by CLaPorte432 (Post 1523131)
ETA: Where's your other bell boot? HaHa.

No idea. :'D I lost it.

BubblesBlue 05-29-2012 10:16 PM


Originally Posted by DrumRunner (Post 1523143)
BUT, I severely dislike you all with your stupid jackets and cold weather.. We're HOT here everyday..

What would you do if I told you that I was wearing shorts today? :rofl:

DrumRunner 05-29-2012 10:25 PM

lol Not like you any more!! It's not fair to make fun of the kid from the south when y'all have beautiful weather..I mean we're like 90s and 100s every day.

Rancher 05-31-2012 10:23 AM

Ain't nuthin wrong with mud. You had a good time and so did your horse.

cowboy bowhunter 05-31-2012 11:14 AM

Looks just as bad as the MN highschool finals this weekend. There was standign water everywhere.

BarrelCowgirl 06-05-2012 12:07 PM

I always hated cleaning my tack after riding in mud. I'm also very anal about how clean my tack is :lol:.

I can sometimes get iffy about riding in mud. Sometimes I don't mind it, others, sometimes makes me want to not run.
I guess that's only because I've had a horse put down because of the mud. It was a non-riding injury, but it still makes me worry a little bit every time. I guess that's I never had the best times when riding in mud.

angelica fernandes 07-25-2012 01:35 AM

Most women of the 1800's learned to ride out of necessity from helping on the ranch and practicing the skills of the range. From an early age, women could stay in the saddle, break a bronc and rope a steer. In the late 1800's, the younger horsewomen began competing against males in a yearly gathering of herds -which progressed into participating in rodeos. The first rodeos began in the mid-1800 when thousands of cattle and horses were driven to town for the yearly round-up. The cowboys were eager for relaxation and would compete in tests of skills like roping, breaking horses, branding cattle and racing.

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