Living in the wild, wild west
Aug 08, 2018 | 87 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The 2018 Wasatch County Fair Days came to a close on Saturday night with the annual Mountain Valley Stampede Rodeo. Cattle roping, bronco busting, mutton riding, barrel racing and much more delighted a packed events arena on a cool night that concluded with the regular fireworks display over a magnificent lightning storm. The popular rodeo, that follows the parade, which now runs north up 500 West, brings in thousands of spectators putting a cap on the busy week. Helping out with the festivities, as usual, were Miss Wasatch and her court, the Rodeo Queen and Princess courts, the Dairy Princess and court, along with the entire WHS football team and coaching staff. Main event sponsor and former Utah Jazz great, Karl Malone, who has become a fixture in the valley in recent years, made an appearance before the auction portion of the show and spoke to the crowd in support of local law enforcement.
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