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Chuck Wagon Races May 13-15




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The Twin Elm Guest Ranch in Bandera will host the first and only Sanctioned Chuck Wagon Races in Texas Friday through Sunday, May 13-15. This is a preliminary to the National Chuck Wagon Finals in Clinton, Ark.

Each racing team consists of a cook, a driver, and an outrider. Chuck Wagon racers compete in a series of one-on-one, high-speed battles, where a sharp turn can send a wagon tumbling. Competitions include races for 46- and 52-inch mules, 46- and 52-inch ponies, big horses and big mules, and classic and mini classics.

The weekend of racing will include arts and crafts, food, a rodeo Friday night, and an evening chuck wagon dinner and show on Saturday.

For more information, visit www.twinelmranch.com .
 

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