Today's our second time to talk about "behind the scenes" events at Cheyenne Frontier Days. This isn't exactly behind the scenes, but it's something you might not have considered if you haven't attended a rodeo.
One of the inevitable results of a rodeo is that the dirt is trampled by all those hooves. That's why the arena needs periodic grooming. It starts with raking the surface.
And is followed by what I refer to as the watering step. I found the process interesting, but most of the others considered it a good time to take a break.
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