PHOTO GALLERY: Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland
Monday, August 31, 2009 | 5:28 p.m. CDT
Saddle bronc rider Roy Toney of Lamoni, Iowa, holds on as the horse Soleme bucks its way to a full eight seconds during the 33rd annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland on Saturday. The rodeo, which is in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association circuit, was a two-night event where riders competed for the best time and a chance at the $14,000 prize.
The 33rd annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland on Saturday was a two night event where riders competed for the best time and a chance at a $14,000 prize.
Max Reynolds drives his horses Roman-riding style through a burning ring of fire at the annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland on Saturday. Reynolds was one of several acts during the rodeo, performing trick riding and rope spinning throughout the night.
An event featuring four calves and a few hundred kids is aptly named the Calf Scramble at the 33rd annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland on Saturday. The object is to snag a strip of duct tape off one of four romping calves and return it to a rodeo commissioner. Every piece of duct tape is worth a dollar.
Saddle bronc rider Cory Rud holds on as the horse Ogalolla trips headfirst into the dirt at the annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland, on Saturday. In accordance with the rules, Rud was given a re-ride after Ogalolla slipped and fell.
Bruce Douglass teaches 4-year-old Blake Hunter the trick to cattle roping as Hunter's grandmother watches at the 33rd annual Cattleman Days Rodeo in Ashland on Saturday. Douglass of Rocheport has been throwing rope for more than 30 years, but this was his first time volunteering at the Cattleman Days Rodeo.
Max Reynolds, a professional rodeo entertainer, shows off his rope-spinning skills at the 33rd annual Cattleman Das Rodeo in Ashland Saturday. Reynolds, know for his roman riding, has been performing for more than 30 years and been featured in movies, television and rodeo events around the world.
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