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Elgin celebrates 50th rodeo

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    Rodeo Sweetheart Emalynn Mouser rides with the American flag while members of the Texas Lost Pines Riding Club stand by.
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    A competitor has roped a calf.
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    A rider struggles to hold on to a bucking horse.
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    Miguel (right) tries his hand at ringing the bell while brother Max and father George encourage him.
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    Rodeo Sweetheart Emalynn Mouser leads the rest of the Texas Lost Pines Riding Club out of the arena before the rodeo begins.
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    Caleb tries his best to hold on during the mutton-busting competition.
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    The Vinyl Flashbacks played for a dance on Friday night following the rodeo.

The Texas Lost Pines Riding Club celebrated its 50th Elgin Rodeo on Friday and Saturday night. Riders from all over the state competed in calf-roping, bull-riding and more, while children took to the arena for mutton-busting and a calf scramble. The evenings ended with a dance with music by The Vinyl Flashbacks on Friday and Kenny Orts on Saturday.