Karmen Christopher, 8, looks up as she controls her horse around a barrel in the barrel racing competition.

Photo by David Pressgrove

Karmen Christopher, 8, looks up as she controls her horse around a barrel in the barrel racing competition.

A summer tradition

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Jace Booco, 5, places the flag in the bucket during the flag race competition.

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Trinity Boulger, 3, is helped through the pole bending competition by her dad, Tom.

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Amber Salazar, 4, guides her horse through the pole bending race.

— The Black Mountain Junior Rodeo is a summer tradition on Wednesdays at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

The rodeo is for youths of all ages and all abilities. On Wednesday, 17 cowboys and cowgirls competed in barrel racing, flag racing, pole bending and other events.

The last night for the rodeo will be Aug. 7, and it will take place in conjunction with the Moffat County Fair.

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