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Cowgirls prove they are 'wicked in spurs'


Cowgirls prove they are 'wicked in spurs'
A member of the Motley Crew Cowgirls wrestles a steer during the mugging competition.


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Wilson County News
September 19, 2012
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KENEDY -- Ten all-female teams spent their Saturday night under the Texas skies -- not dancing to the country music played by the DJ -- but competing in the “Pretty in Pink, Wicked in Spurs” ranch rodeo. After competing in five events, the Lucky 7-Town Ranch of Lufkin earned the bragging rights for the night by edging out second-place winners, Spur 1 of Lufkin, by only one point. Trailing them by three points was the 2K Cattle Co. of La Vernia. . . .

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