Join the Cowboy Lifestyle Network in Holbrook, Arizona, as we embark on an exciting day at the 2012 Navajo County Fair and Rodeo. For the last day of summer, the small town of Holbrook united to enjoy the various rides, shopping, food, live music, and of course, the rodeo.
With endless fun activities at the Navajo County fairgrounds, people of all ages were having the times of their lives. Kids enjoyed duck racing, pony rides, train rides, roping contests, cow milking, and many more fun ventures. Even grown-ups found amusement by competing in lawn mower and tractor races on a dirt obstacle course.
CLN host, Crystal Rae Coddington, conducted an exclusive interview with Dr. Ed Traum behind the chutes before the rodeo. Dr. Ed Traum explained how he helps cowboys and cowgirls before competing in various rodeo events by examining them and their injuries. For example, Dr. Traum mentioned how most riders; especially bronc and bull riders and how they commonly have standard back, shoulder, and neck pain. In which, Dr. Traum helps adjusts the muscle pathology, normalize muscle function, and other chiropractic methods so that these riders can feel comfortable before competing in the rodeo. Furthermore, if an injury occurred to a rider, Dr. Ed Traum and a fully equipped medical staff were behind the chutes ready to attend to them.
The Navajo County Rodeo turned out to be an extraordinary display of barrel racing, bucking broncos, calf roping, steer wrestling, and bull riding. Rodeo clowns and bull fighters worked extremely hard to keep the riders safe by risking their own bodies in front of angry broncos and bulls. The arena was electric to say the least, as each rider performed in the arena to the best of their abilities. If you were not able to attend this event folks, you do not want to miss this video because the CLN team captured all the breathtaking highlights during this amazing rodeo. Even if you did attend the Navajo County Fair and Rodeo, you can relive this incredible rodeo competition in Holbrook, Arizona over and over again!
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