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Ropers lasso for Children’s Hospital


Ropers lasso for Children’s Hospital
Riders and organizers of the Children’s Hospital Trail Ride eighth annual roping event present belt buckles and sashes to the 2014 inspiration children, Holly Cooper and Leila Guerrero. Joining in the ceremony are (l-r) Jason Meza from CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System; Holly’s parents, Gary and Meredith Cooper; Leila’s mother, Jadyn Travis; and trail ride officers Lupe Valdez (vice president), President Buck Griffin, and Secretary Annette Gorzell.


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John Abel Suniga rode off as the top roper during the eighth annual Children’s Hospital Trail Ride (CHTR) team-roping event.Suniga was the high-point winner of the No. 11 and No. 9 roping events, earning saddles and a horse trailer. A total of 1,295 teams competed over the three-day span, with more than $20,000 paid out in cash and prizes to the winners. . . .

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