Thursday, April 19, 2012
Spade Ranch Employee Competes in Roundup
A big roundup happened on September 3-4 during 1938 at the Heart Ranch. This competition was held for non-professional cowboys that lived in Texas. These rodeos are for people to participate in survival ways of the old west. Many world champions appeared the day of the event. However, only people allowed to take part in the roping event were the people who currently worked on a ranch. Among those people was Pete Ainsworth who was currently working for the Spade Ranch. A few of the other events besides the calf roping were the wild cow milking, bull riding, wild mare riding, bull fighting, and some junior events.