Cowgirls Kicking Cancer

Find the True Western Roundup Women’s Rodeo Photos here:

There were 60 ladies entered in the breakaway roping. Pictured is Stormi Pitman.

A portion of the sales will be donated to help women fighting breast cancer. If you were not a contestant and would still like to support these women and my small business check out my prints!

This was such an incredible weekend featuring some amazing talent. I am so honored that I got to be apart of this rodeo and capture the excitement. This as of now is my last rodeo of the year and I am so bummed the season is over already but I am ready to get back to it full time next year.

I am honored to announce that I will be the official photographer for True Western Roundup’s 2021 events! I can’t wait to be in the arena with this awesome crew again full time and capture new memories and continue to improve my skills.

There were 28 steer riders entered!

The Women’s rodeo had over 60 contestants between the seven events. Women of all ages traveled from Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah and other parts of Colorado to attend and compete. There were some smoking fast times in the barrel racing and breakaway roping as well as plenty of laughs when it came to the chute doggin’ event.

There were 21 chute doggers and all mentioned they brought a little fo the arena dirt home in their pants!

This rodeo raised $450 all donated to Mercy breast cancer awareness in Durango, that helps many women who are battling breast cancer in the four corners area.

This was one of my favorite rodeos to photograph to date and I am so excited to continue to book 2021!

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