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This weekend is the 71st Annual Sisters Rodeo. The cowboys that have entered the competition really do prove that "It's the Biggest Little Show in the World."  Four time world champ bareback rider, and local boy Bobby Mote of Culver is topping the list; and he'll be challenged by world-ranked Tilden Cooper and Kaycee Field. There are at least seven very popular events; and for first- time visitors to the rodeo, there's lots of hospitality. "It’s definitely a great way to get started. Generally, throughout the rodeo, the announcers will explain what's going on and what the goal is and how the competitors can win their event. There’s plenty of people around to talk to that are willing to sit down and explain it as it’s going on. It’s a great way to meet new friends and catch up with old friends." Sisters Rodeo Queen Emily Clark says there will be plenty local representation too. Central Oregon always has a lot of talented participants. The Sisters PRCA Rodeo begins on Friday and runs through Sunday.

 

 

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