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Women's Ranch Rodeo Association holds finals

Pawhuska Journal-Capital
Demi West of Gilmer, Texas, ropes a calf while riding her horse Lanny for her team to catch during the Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals on Saturday, Oct 31, in Pawhuska.

The 16th annual Women's Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals was held last weekend at the Clarence Brantley arena at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska.

The WRRA rodeo brought 60 contestants competing on teams of four women each.

The finals rodeo was originally to have taken place in Dodge City, Kansas, but had to be moved because of COVID-19.

Competitors from around the United States eagerly await their turn during the Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals that sees teams of four compete in multiple events throughout the weekend on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Mega Vosburg from Nebraska sorts a calf while riding her horse Hawk during the Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals on Saturday, Oct 31, in Pawhuska.
Spectators find time to practice their roping skills between events at the Osage County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Pawhuska native team leader Maddi Banta marks their calf during the doctoring event of the Women’s Ranch Rodeo Association World Finals on Saturday, Oct. 31, in Pawhuska.