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Below are pictures of cowgirls taken at a women's ranch rodeo. In a women's ranch rodeo cowgirls compete as teams in events such as sorting, trailer loading, doctoring, tie down (also called mugging), and calf dragging (also called calf branding). While the number of members per team can vary, four team members is common. You can find more information on women's ranch rodeo a little lower on this page, beneath the pictures.

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Women's ranch rodeo: A cowgirl ropes heels

 

The doctoring event in a women's ranch rodeo

 

Sorting a calf at a women's ranch rodeo

 

Two cowgirls watch the calf branding at a women's ranch rodeo

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Women's Ranch Rodeo

In women's ranch rodeo cowgirls compete in teams from ranches. Below we have given a description of the events common in women's ranch rodeo, along with some of the rules. However, while the description and rules provided below are typical, they are for descriptive and general overview purposes only. The events, descriptions, and rules for a women's ranch rodeo you may compete in or watch could be different.

Remember, while the descriptions and rules provided above are common they are given for descriptive and general overview purposes only. The rules for any particular women's ranch rodeo you may compete in or watch could be different. For more information on women's ranch rodeo, we suggest you visit the Women's Ranch Rodeo Association (WRRA) website.


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