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Sign up now for mutton bustin’ – Wilson County News

Posted: 25th September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Sign up now for ram ridin’
Wilson County News
The ram ridin’ event at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo is a crowd favorite! Little Buckaroos “cowboy up” and hold on for six exciting seconds! Registration for the rodeo event, Feb. 7-23, 2019, is now open through Monday, Oct. 15. Participation

Mutton Busting and Cotton Candy Galore – Tucson Weekly

Posted: 25th September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Ram Riding and Cotton Candy Galore
Tucson Weekly
The Rodeo is calling all future cowboys and cowgirls: they’re providing three different activities to keep the energy up including Ram Riding, Rodeo Demonstrations and activities for the children. If your son or daughter isn’t in the next

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Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo gets underway – KTRK-TV

Posted: 25th September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo gets underway
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Gear up for some food, music and much more at the Pasadena Rodeo. All of this week, event-goers can enjoy various activities from ram ridin’ to live music performers. Located at Red Bluff off Fairmont Parkway, the Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo …

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The Daily Star-JournalRodeo draws crowd to county fairgroundsThe Daily Star-JournalWARRENSBURG – The clock, the bulls and the broncs put cowboys and cowgirls to the test at the Johnson County Rodeo on Friday, Sept. 21, and Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Jo…

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The Daily Star-JournalJennings wins ram riding competitionThe Daily Star-JournalWARRENSBURG – Before the bull riders, horse riders, ropesters and tricksters took the stage on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Johnson County Rodeo at the Johnson County Fai…

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Sheriff’s Rodeo rides into Glen Helen Park on Friday
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This year’s rodeo will feature two new events: a ram riding competition, where tots compete to see who stays on sheep the longest, and traditional Mexican dance performances from the Folklorico Dance Company. There also will be performances from …

Evidently, the sheep in Forza Horizon 4 are immortal – Polygon

Posted: 23rd September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Evidently, the sheep in Forza Horizon 4 are immortal
Polygon
Add the sheep in Forza Horizon 4 to Asshole Dog from Duck Hunt on the list of video game animals you can’t hit or kill, no matter how hard you try. Mark Brown (of YouTube’s Game Maker’s Tool Kit) found this out when he took his ride off-road for some …

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Wild West Days Begins Friday – KFYR-TV

Posted: 20th September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Wild West Days Begins Friday
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Before the big show on Saturday, kids will have the opportunity to do some ram riding starting at 5:30 p.m., trying their hand at wrangling sheep. Admission for kids ages 4-12 will be free on Saturday. Ashly Briggs with Secure Energy says if you’ve

Community Calendar – The Daily Star-Journal

Posted: 20th September 2018 by Mutton Buster in In the News
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Community CalendarThe Daily Star-JournalCowboys and cowgirls will test their skills against broncs, bulls and the clock in competition. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m., preceded by ram riding for youthful riders at 6:30 p.m. Sign-up for the mutton …