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Cheney Peewee Rodeo 2013

Kids and teens gathered in Cheney for a weekend variety of horse and rodeo games. Most of the events mirrored rodeo competitions. For youngsters, there was goat tying, calf riding, barrel racing and dummy roping. For older teens, there was saddle bronc and bull riding.


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Kaitlyn Zagelow, 11, works on her horse, Brighty, between events at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo Sunday.


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Logan Grumbly, 9, from Spangle, takes on the barrel racing course with his horse, Bandit.


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Judges and parents confer about the rules at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo.


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Caden Marker, 9, wrestles a goat to the ground in the goat flanking event.


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For safety, the smallest competitors were led by an adult through events like the California stake race at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013.


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Caden Marker, 9, swings off his horse with his eye on the goat during the goat flanking event at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. In goat flanking, contestants approach on their horse, dismount, and throw the goat on its side, but don’t tie the legs.


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William Abrahamson, 9, of Omak, gives his horse, Apache, a swat after rounding the last barrel during barrel races.


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Between events, kids line up for the next competition at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo at the Cheney BiMart Arena.


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Colter Boone, 8, urges his horse up to speed after the last barrel during barrel races Sunday.


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Noah Holman, 6, puts a goat on his side during the goat flanking event.


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Hesston Jacobsen, 5, dives to take the ribbon off a goat’s tail in a competition at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo Sunday. Goat undecorating required young riders to race to the goat, dismount and snatch the ribbon off the tail.


Jesse Tinsley - The Spokesman-Review

J.C. Marriott, 7, swings off his horse on the run during the goat flanking event at the Cheney Peewee Rodeo Sunday In goat flanking, contestants grab the goat and throw it on its side, but don’t tie the animal’s legs.

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