Future Of Rodeo At Riggins

Resident Jenna Boggan enlisted Kim Grubbs — a Wrangler Team Roping Championships 2X National All-Girl champ, WSRRA national champ all girls team, WPRA Rookie of the year Heeling, Go Rope All Girls roping 3X champ, Women’s Timed Event Champion — for a youth/beginner clinic for team roping and breakaway. The event was held Sept. 5-6 in Riggins. The kids favorite saying? “Be humble enough to suck as long as it takes to get better.” Pictured are (L-R) Kenzie Hansen, Levi Cereghino, Garrett Wren, Kim Grubbs, Grady Grubbs, Kaney Hansen, Anna Wren, Lucas Wren, Riley Davis, Clay Marek, Noah Cereghino and Cressis Holes.

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