WEATHER FROM OUR SPONSORS
Twenty five years of our community’s summer ending festival, Don King Days was held over the weekend.
A large crowd from 18 states and 16 Wyoming counties came to celebrate the silver anniversary at the Big Horn Equestrian Center Sunday and Monday.
Polo, bronc riding, steer roping, and the largest horse shoeing competition to date gave a taste of our heritage to the community and visiting Western enthusiasts.
Named for the the renouned horseman, saddlemaker and Patriarch of the King family, the event is a celebration commemorating our history rich in several genre’s of horsemanship and ranch life.
With much gratitiude to the organizers and volunteers, I hope to be around at the 50th anniversary.
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