Thursday, February 19, 2015

Piikani Youth Rodeo holding winter events at Horseshoe Pavilion

Steer riders Dwight Crazy Boy Warrior, Aidan Scout, Chayse Scout, and Lonnie Phillips
C. Davis photos/video
Chris Davis

Participants in the Piikani Youth Rodeo were practicing at Pincher Creek's Horseshoe Pavilion on Tuesday evening, February 19.  Shaylee French once again helped young riders learn the finer points of barrel racing, which was followed by a steer riding demonstration.  Organizer Tyrone Potts and a number of other volunteers kept things on track.  There was no mutton busting, usually a staple of the event, because this is the time of year when the sheep are pregnant.  The Piikani Youth Rodeo is open to anyone between the ages of 4 and 25, regardless of race, sex, or creed.  The next one is scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, 7-9 pm, again at the Horseshoe Pavilion.

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