Chelsea Reumont rode "Sonny" in a spin move at the Kismet Farm 470 Elizabeth Station Rd. in Paris, Ky., Thursday, November, 21, 2013. Teresa Draher and her daughter Chelsea Reumont, a UK senior in equine management, are the forces behind the new UK Rodeo Team. Chelsea will graduate in May and thus which means she will be unable to compete for the team she helped cofound. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Chelsea Reumont rode "Sonny" in a spin move at the Kismet Farm 470 Elizabeth Station Rd. in Paris, Ky., Thursday, November, 21, 2013. Teresa Draher and her daughter Chelsea Reumont, a UK senior in equine management, are the forces behind the new UK Rodeo Team. Chelsea will graduate in May and thus which means she will be unable to compete for the team she helped cofound. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Chelsea Reumont rode "Sonny" in a spin move at the Kismet Farm 470 Elizabeth Station Rd. in Paris, Ky., Thursday, November, 21, 2013. Teresa Draher and her daughter Chelsea Reumont, a UK senior in equine management, are the forces behind the new UK Rodeo Team. Chelsea will graduate in May and thus which means she will be unable to compete for the team she helped cofound. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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