“There is a central drain and so, obviously, it is rubbed so that the water drains in there,” says Chuck Rigsbee with the Clovis Rodeo Association. “In addition, we put a sewer at the base of the main stand.”
Action news presenter Margot Kim took the rodeo contest on Friday night that started with the National Anthem.
The 108th rodeo is the first since 2019 without restrictions for COVID.
Wayne Brooks announces rodeos across the country and says he can feel the excitement of returning from the crowd here at Clovis.
“After a period after the pandemic, I think people want to be more American,” he said.
Opposite the podium, the Old Town Clovis Kiwanis Club returns and is excited to cook tacos, hot dogs and hamburgers.
Not only do they feed thousands of rodeo guests, but they also serve dinner to hungry cowboys and cowboys.
“They really appreciate it,” says Taylor Hillman. “They come in here and they certainly do some damage, but that’s what we like to see.”
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