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Rodeo returns to town

By Staff | Apr 29, 2021
Kelsey Nennemar of Sidney will be riding her 10-year-old gelding, Speed, in the barrels during the Iowa High School Rodeo this weekend at the Emmet County Fairgrounds in Estherville. EDN photo by Michael Tidemann
The Iowa High School Rodeo had good weather for weekend competition at the Emmet County Fairgrounds in Estherville. Several teens from around the state competed for points. Above, Taylor Miller’s horse puts on the brakes as the lasso finds it target. For a couple more scenes, check out Page 9 of today’s Daily News. EDN photo by David Swartz
CJae Lenhart of Bedford sits atop her calf-roping horse Dolly. She and team-roping partner Kodi Hansen of Everly, will compete in the 2009 Estherville High School Rodeo today and Sunday. EDN photo by David Swartz
The roping events generated a lot of excitement at the Iowa High School Rodeo this past weekend at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. High-school rodeo athletes also participated in all the other regular rodeo events. For more photos of the rodeo, turn to page 8, and check online at cu.esthervilledailynews.com EDN photos by Michael Tidemann
Zach and his horse Dixie will be ready to ride in the Estherville High School Rodeo today and Sunday. EDN photo by Chloe Rosdail
Taylor Greig takes her turn in the pole bending at the 2012 Estherville High School Rodeo. Turn to Page 7 for more scenes from Saturday’s action. EDN photo by David Swartz
After getting rained out in 2013, the Iowa Junior High and High School Rodeo will be back in town next weekend. File photo
Stephanie Kingston, Austin O’Brien and Leah Miller will compete this weekend in the Iowa High School Rodeo at the Emmet County Fairgrounds in Estherville. Kingston and Miller are from Lawton-Bronson High School. O’Brien,who will compete in the calf roping, team roping and steer wrestling events, is from Agency. EDN photo by Michael Tidemann
Armstrong-Ringsted High School was looking pretty spooky during Halloween Day Wednesday. Crystal Bush was ready for a rodeo, and Travis Hantelman looked on. The Mustangs play the TRV Thunder in their homecoming game Friday night. EDN photos by Michael Tidemann

The Estherville High School Rodeo returns to town this Saturday and Sunday, May 1-2, at the Emmet County Fairgrounds. Cutting starts at 8 a.m. Saturday with the rodeo at 11:30 a.m. Barrels start at 7:30 a.m. Sunday with the rodeo beginning at 9:30 a.m.