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South Texas Trail Riders Mascot Coy Dunn

South Texas Trail Riders Mascot  Coy Dunn

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February 8, 2012
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Coy Dunn, a fifth-grader at Banquete Elementary School, is this year’s South Texas Trail Riders Mascot.

Coy was born in Corpus Christi and has lived in Sandia all his life with his mom, dad, and sister.

He has been riding for seven years, and loves to ride because he meets new friends and sees old ones.

When not riding, Coy likes to play video games and watch TV.

“It is an honor to be mascot for the South Texas Trail Riders,” Coy said.

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