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My last night at the Pima County fairground boondocking area, all hitched up and ready to leave in the morning. I'm really going to miss this place, life is going to seem pretty boring after being able to see big-time events every weekend. But I will definitely be back next winter. I don't know if it's my favorite place to boondock, but it's in the top three.
This is a saddle bronc rider. He gets a bridle to hold onto with one hand, and of course a saddle and stirrups. Some folks consider this pretty dangerous, because with a horse jumping around like this it's easy to get your foot hung up in the stirrup when you fall off which causes you to get bounced around on the arena floor while the horse jumps up and down with his hooves a few inches from your face until the pickup men can hopefully get the horse stopped while there still something left of you. A little-known rodeo fact is saddle bronc riders wear oversized cowboy boots so there foot will slip out of the boot if it's hung up in the stirrup.
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