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Peeler returns to national cutting in the 'Cowboy State'


Peeler returns to national cutting in the 'Cowboy State'
JENNINGSPHOTOGRAPHY.COM — Ben Peeler and his mare keep their eyes on the selected calf during state competition in Abilene. Ben placed fourth, earning him a return trip to national competition in Wyoming.


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Ben Peeler, whose family owns Texana Feeders, competed in the National High School Finals Rodeo July 13-19 in Rocksprings, Wyo. He followed Wells Mitchell of Stockdale, who competed on the junior high level in breakaway. In addition to representing Wilson County, both share another connection: Wells’ father works with Texana Feeders. See “Stockdale saddle star shines in Iowa,” July 23 Wilson County News. . . .

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