Sydney Holt battled to stay on her sheep during the Lexington Rodeo's mutton bustin' event Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. Participation requirements were simple: Weigh less than 50 pounds. Be 5 to 8 years old. Yearn to face a docile, if swift, foe.
Sydney Holt battled to stay on her sheep during the Lexington Rodeo's mutton bustin' event Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. Participation requirements were simple: Weigh less than 50 pounds. Be 5 to 8 years old. Yearn to face a docile, if swift, foe. Herald-Leader
Sydney Holt battled to stay on her sheep during the Lexington Rodeo's mutton bustin' event Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park. Participation requirements were simple: Weigh less than 50 pounds. Be 5 to 8 years old. Yearn to face a docile, if swift, foe. Herald-Leader

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