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Little Britches rodeo fun

Cruise Schneider of Cawston, B.C. competes in the junior boys goat tail tying at the B.C. Little Britches Rodeo Saturday at the Armstrong fair grounds. There was a field of 21 cowboys in the event. - Lisa Vanderelde/Morning Star
Cruise Schneider of Cawston, B.C. competes in the junior boys goat tail tying at the B.C. Little Britches Rodeo Saturday at the Armstrong fair grounds. There was a field of 21 cowboys in the event.
— image credit: Lisa Vanderelde/Morning Star

Cruise Schneider of Cawston, B.C. competes in the junior boys goat tail tying at the B.C. Little Britches Rodeo Saturday at the Armstrong fair grounds. There was a field of 21 cowboys in the event.

 

 

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