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Cowboy Up!

Hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls from around the South saddled up their horses, and made their way to Texoma.
This weekend at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center in Wichita Falls, some of the top cattle cutters from Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Missouri teamed up at a regional contest for the Ranch Sorting National Championships.

The event consists of teams of two riders sorting out 11 calves in order.

The team with the most calves sorted in the shortest time wins.

If you'd like to see these cowboys and cowgirls in action, head on down to the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center Saturday morning.

The competition kicks back up at 9am, and runs most of the day.

You can watch it all, free of charge.
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