I know I do (love them). Not too many around these parts though. 😦
I’ve never ridden in one, and at this point won’t be going to. But, it’s always exciting to see who can last 8 seconds on either a saddle bronc or bull riding. It never looks easy to me, with those twists and turns the animal can do. I admire the men and women who do this and keep coming back for more.
The barrel racing is always fun to watch also
As for me, I will be content with dreams of that winning ride.
I’d love a visit at one of my stores-be sure to say “hi”!
<a href=”http://fineartamerica.com/art/all/rodeo/all” style=”font: 10pt arial; text-decoration: underline;”>rodeo art</a>
Two weeks ago at the Morris County 4H Fair, it was a bust as far as the barrel racing went. It had rained heavily the days before and there were some safety concerns.
This past week at the Warren County Fair, they did have barrel racing. Seems there is not a lot of people around here that do it, but, after all, this is NJ. I enjoyed it anyway.
Horse and saddlery prints can be found here: <a href=”http://fineartamerica.com/art/photographs/saddle/all” style=”font: 10pt arial; text-decoration: underline;”>saddle photos</a>
We recently went to the Smokey Mountains National Park. It definitely deserves another visit. Being a horse nut, the horses were among my favorite sights.