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Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo

Connie Frost
Cedaredge, Colo.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

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Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.

It’s rodeo time in Cedaredge, Colo! The 53rd Western Slope Little Britches Rodeo (WSLBR) was held on July 8, 9 and 10.

The oldest, continuous LBR in the nation, it drew over 60 contestants form Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and from as far away as Iowa and Las Vegas, Nev.

Little Britches Rodeo, a youth rodeo, was started in Littleton, Colo., in 1953. It was named after the book “Little Britches” written by Ralph Moody. Mr. Moody wrote about his exploits of growing up on a large ranch in what is now Littleton, Colo. When Dr. Walter Simon, a key member of that organization, moved to Cedaredge, he brought the idea of Little Britches with him. He connected with local Webb Bryson to bring the rodeo to Cedaredge. They approached the Harvest Festival with the idea. For years that organization had sponsored an annual fall celebration of the fruit harvest. They happily took on this added event. The first WSLBR was held in September 1959.

It has taken many volunteers throughout the years to keep this tradition going. Some of the members of the Surface Creek Festival Association were contestants in that first rodeo. Since then over 6,000 contestants have competed in the rodeo. A large number are third generation contestants.

The WSLBR is one of the last rodeos of the season for contestants to gather points for the National Finals.In order to compete at the finals, the contestant must have a minimum of four placings in the event. Points from local rodeos are added to points won at the finals to determine the world champions.

There are five divisions within the rodeo consisting of Little Wranglers, age 5-8, Junior boys and Junior girls, ages 8-13, and Senior boys and Senior girls, age 14-18. There are traditional rodeo events plus pole bending, flag racing, goat tying barrel racing and trail course.

Friday evening started the three day event with great expectations from the 60 plus contestants. The rodeo went smoothly, with everyone watching the skies as the monsoon rains had come every day all week. Sure enough, the team roping and bull riding finished in torrential rains. The all-around winners for the Friday night rodeo are Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior girl Kinlie Brennise of Craig, Colo., Junior boy Kasen Brennise of Craig, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Samantha Martiniez of Bloomfield, N.M.

Saturday morning continued the celebration in down-town Cedaredge with a parade down main street and a BBQ in the park. A large crowd enjoyed the relaxing day playing games, listening to music, exploring downtown Cedaredge, and visiting with friends and neighbors. The day ended with a street dance.

The second rodeo performance was Saturday evening, and everyone was happy the rains came and went before the performance started. Saturday’s winners were Little Wrangler Brannan Allen of Loma, Colo., Junior boy Denton Norell of Grand Junction, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

Sunday morning came with clear blue skies and the third performance of the rodeo. The winners of Sunday’s rodeo are Little Wrangler Josey Dawn Snidow of Parachute, Colo., Junior boy Trent Vernon of Craig, Colo., Junior girl Nellie Freeman of Eckert, Colo., Senior boy Hunter Brasfield of Delta, Colo., and Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield of Delta, Colo.

The average winners for the weekend are all-around Little Wranger Brannan Allen and runner-up McKensie Dermody, Junior boy Kasen Brennise and runner-up Cutter Barnes, Junior girl Nellie Freeman and runner-up Courtney Freeman, Senior boy Hunter Brasfield and runner-up Coy Zang, Senior girl Brittanny Brasfield and runner-up Samantha Martinez.

Everyone is now headed to Pueblo, Colo., to the National Finals to be held July 25-30. Good luck Little Britches.