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Cowboy’s choice: the Elizabeth Stampede

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Lincoln Rogers
of Parker, Colo.
Lincoln RogersA cowboy takes a wild ride during the action at the 2006 Elizabeth Stampede.
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Opinions are like noses … everybody has one. But when opinions by people in the know start stacking up year after year, it is time to take stock of what they’re saying.

In the case of the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo, cowboys from the Mountain States Circuit have voted it their circuit’s “Best Small Rodeo of the Year” for seven years running. It’s not hard to figure out why. All you have to do is ask them.

“It’s a circuit rodeo to begin with,” commented Mo Forbes, a National Finals Rodeo caliber saddle bronc rider from Kaycee, Wyo. “It’s close to home and it adds good money. It’s a good place to come for horses,” continued the Stampede titleholder from 2005, happy to talk before this year’s Sunday matinee performance.

Opinions are like noses … everybody has one. But when opinions by people in the know start stacking up year after year, it is time to take stock of what they’re saying.

In the case of the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo, cowboys from the Mountain States Circuit have voted it their circuit’s “Best Small Rodeo of the Year” for seven years running. It’s not hard to figure out why. All you have to do is ask them.

“It’s a circuit rodeo to begin with,” commented Mo Forbes, a National Finals Rodeo caliber saddle bronc rider from Kaycee, Wyo. “It’s close to home and it adds good money. It’s a good place to come for horses,” continued the Stampede titleholder from 2005, happy to talk before this year’s Sunday matinee performance.

Opinions are like noses … everybody has one. But when opinions by people in the know start stacking up year after year, it is time to take stock of what they’re saying.

In the case of the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo, cowboys from the Mountain States Circuit have voted it their circuit’s “Best Small Rodeo of the Year” for seven years running. It’s not hard to figure out why. All you have to do is ask them.

“It’s a circuit rodeo to begin with,” commented Mo Forbes, a National Finals Rodeo caliber saddle bronc rider from Kaycee, Wyo. “It’s close to home and it adds good money. It’s a good place to come for horses,” continued the Stampede titleholder from 2005, happy to talk before this year’s Sunday matinee performance.

Opinions are like noses … everybody has one. But when opinions by people in the know start stacking up year after year, it is time to take stock of what they’re saying.

In the case of the Elizabeth Stampede Rodeo, cowboys from the Mountain States Circuit have voted it their circuit’s “Best Small Rodeo of the Year” for seven years running. It’s not hard to figure out why. All you have to do is ask them.

“It’s a circuit rodeo to begin with,” commented Mo Forbes, a National Finals Rodeo caliber saddle bronc rider from Kaycee, Wyo. “It’s close to home and it adds good money. It’s a good place to come for horses,” continued the Stampede titleholder from 2005, happy to talk before this year’s Sunday matinee performance.


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