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Anne Ellet (left), Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association

Anne Ellet (left), Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association

Anne Ellet (left), Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association World Champion, and Maegan Ridley (right), former Miss Rodeo America and Miss Wrangler National Patriot 2011-2014, rope Petty Officer 2nd Class Jonathan A.... More

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child to toss a rope over a practice bull during an American300 and United Service Organization visit to Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, May 24, 2014. The Amer... More

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child

Former Miss Rodeo America Maegan Ridley teaches a child to toss a rope over a practice bull during an American300 and United Service Organization visit to Coast Guard Base Kodiak, Alaska, May 24, 2014. The team... More

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