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May 19, 2021

Bulls, broncs and barrels at Byron Rodeo

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With over 70 rides during the evening, the biggest event  was the women’s barrel race which attracted 19 competitors with Queensland’s 16-year-old Mount Tarampa Cheyenne Whitwell, racing away with the win in just over 12 seconds.

More results can be found at the National Rodeo Association website: www.nationalrodeoassociation.com.au

 


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