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No. 2-ranked Briscoe Ranch upsets SA Ranch Rodeo leader


No. 2-ranked Briscoe Ranch upsets SA Ranch Rodeo leader
Sometimes it takes two ... a cowboy tries to steady a squirming hog to hand off for a wild ride.


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November 7, 2012
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NIXON -- According to www.sanantonioranchrodeo.com, “Ranch rodeos are more than just a rodeo. They combine events backed by hundreds of years of ranching heritage with athlete-cowboys who will lay their bodies on the line to win.” Ranch rodeos across the state live up to this description and spectators can anticipate rough and rowdy action. Nixon-Smiley’s ranch rodeo producers continue to liven up the action by adding their version of South Texas football on horseback, using live pigskins (feral hogs) as footballs.  . . .

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