It’s Father’s Day, and it’s everything that 43-year-old Brian Gillen could ask for.
With his family in attendance, the veteran tie-down roper sits atop his wife’s horse, Zaney, and shoots out of the gate in pursuit of the runaway calf. Unfortunately, this time, at the El Pinal Rodeo Arena as part of the 47th annual Evergreen Rodeo, he couldn’t catch up. Though the end result isn’t what any rider hopes for, the sheer excitement of the competition is well worth it, Gillen said.
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