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Stray gathering photos From Friday, November 08, 2013. Taken at the World Championship Ranch Rodeo (WCRR) in Amarillo, TX.

You can find more information on stray gathering lower on this same page beneath the pictures.

Stray Gathering Photos - Page 1 of 2

 

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Stray gathering at a ranch rodeo

Pitchfork Land and Cattle

Lonesome Pine Ranch

Bud Higgs, Lonesome Pine Ranch

A horse bucks in the stray gathering

Brad Good, Swenson Land and Cattle, won the hearts of the entire crowd. After teammate Mark Voss headed one of the two steers in the stray gathering, Brad roped the heels and his horse began to buck......

A bucking horse in the stray gathering

......really buck. But notice Brad still has the heel rope in his right hand.

A rider rides a bucking horse in a ranch rodeo

He still has it......

 A horse bucks while a teammate ties a steer

......as he gets closer to partner Mark, who had dismounted to tie the steer.

Dismounting from a bucking horse

And he still has it as he gets off, cowboy style, to help Mark.

A rider jumps off of a bucking horse

And even though he landed......

A face-first landing from a bucking horse

......pretty rough......

Two teammates prepare to tie a stray steer

......he never let go of the heel rope, and got up to help his teammate successfully tie the steer. Like we said, Brad Good won the hearts of the entire crowd.

Arndt Ranch / Bailey Ranch compete in the stray gathering

Left to right: Glen Collinge, Josh Lilly, and Wes Bailey; Arndt Ranch / Bailey Ranch

Chasing a steer in the stray gathering

Neshem Ranch / Roedeske Cattle Company

Jumping a rope in the stray gathering

Neshem Ranch / Roedeske Cattle Company

 

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About Stray Gathering

In a Working Ranch Cowboys Association (WRCA) ranch rodeo contestants compete in teams representing ranches, not as individuals as in a "regular" rodeo. In the stray gathering event four members of the ranch rodeo team ride into the arena, then two steers are also turned into the arena. The team members must head, heel, and tie down both steers. The stray gathering event is a timed event, with the fastest time being the winner.

The information above is a general overview only, and is not complete.

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