Some of the best bull riders in the nation are coming to Westminster for two Saturday nights of exhilarating bull riding on bucking bulls. The event begins with bull riding on Saturday evening, Feb. 24 and finishes up with the championships on Saturday, March 3.
Geoff Britten is comfortable behind a camera, filming everything from Orioles and Nationals games to the Olympics and gay rodeos. But as soon as the lens is turned on the freelance cameraman, who does work for MASN, he just wants to run away. That might be because he¿s staring down a seemingly insurmountable obstacle course, ready to compete to become America¿s preeminent ninja warrior.
Geegee Lowe's debut on a horse came early in her life. After first "showing" a horse six months before her second birthday, the 16-year-old Howard High junior is already a grizzled veteran of learning and performing numerous styles of riding and horsemanship. At the Howard County Fair, Geegee competed against 34 other members of the Maryland High School Rodeo Association.
Morgan Carroll had never been to a rodeo. But Monday night she was sitting in the stands, just minutes away from the start of the All American Pro Rodeo at the Howard County Fair. Jennifer Fales, 19, a 2014 graduate of Mt. Hebron, knew exactly why she was there. Her boyfriend, Garrett Smith, 20, a 2013 Mt. Hebron graduate, had invited her there with a purpose. They were part of a good-sized crowd Aug. 10 that braved overcast skies, a cool breeze and some rain sprinkles toward the end to watch
Geegee Lowe, 15, of Elkridge is not your average teen. In addition to her classes at Howard High School, Geegee also competes on the Maryland High School Rodeo Team, the Maryland State Quarter Horse and the National Barrel Association.
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Sherri Trenary, 34, who runs and resides on the Patapsco Horse Center with her husband, Charles, said that the horse is the most in-demand for the upcoming Poker Run Trail Ride and Fall Festival Fundraiser. The event, to benefit the Maryland High School Rodeo Association, will be held Nov. 22 on the couple's 200-acre spread on Frederick Road.
Madison and Miranda Iager of Woodbine say they will be working to debunk the "stubborn as a mule" myth when they compete Thursday on Gato and Misdemeanor at the Howard County Fair in the Maryland High School Rodeo Association's first appearance since forming in November.
Harford County's annual Farm Fair will be far from the only game in town for Harford residents in August, as multiple festivals are scheduled to take place around the county during the first two weeks of the month.