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Posted by on Sep 30, 2012 in Articles, Kids, Locals | 0 comments

Little Britches Rodeo a Real Southern Spectacle

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When it comes to cowboys and cowgirls, Paris Texas raises them right! The Little Britches Rodeo is held every year at the Red River Valley Fair and this year was another impressive display of youngsters having a blast while competing for blue ribbons. The competition involved four rodeo style events including Goat Tying, Stick Horse Barrel Racing, Dummy Roping, and topping it all of with an adorable Tractor Pull Race. Children from all over the area, ranging in ages from 2 to 10 years old were encouraged to sign up and join in the fun. Despite the rain, the Little Britches blue ribbon hopefuls powered through the obstacles and gave everyone a show. Our favorite portion of the competition was the dummy roping! Little Will Power of Paris, Texas sure can swing that rope!


Ages 2-4
Hunter Lain
Jessie Hunter
Cole Hunter
Harlie Martin
Dalin Murdock
Katie Crawford
Gabriel Haley

Ages 5-7
Drake McComb
Shelby McComb
Sadie Burns
Louisa Crawford
Izaiah Howard
Ivan Howard

Ages 8-10
Hannah Murdock
Will Power
Colton Hale
Lizzie Crawford

We have seen everything from arts & crafts to turkey legs and live music at the 2012 Red River Valley Fair and the Little Britches Rodeo was an adorable entertaining spectacle of southern heritage. We hope to see all of this year’s participants again at the next Little Britches Rodeo in 2013!



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