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Off to the rodeo: Morris Stampede 2014

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Cowboys, ponies, bulls and chuckwagons converged on Morris, Man., July 17 to 20 for the annual Morris Stampede. The event, which began in 1964, features riding competitions and a midway. It's Manitoba's only pro rodeo.

  • Glacier Wyryha, 6, of St. Anne, enjoys the stampede.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Glacier Wyryha, 6, of St. Anne, enjoys the stampede.

  • A youngster rides the mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    A youngster rides the mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • Xavier Laviolette, 8, is thrown from a mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

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    Xavier Laviolette, 8, is thrown from a mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • A rider participates in the Manitoba Team Penning Competition at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    A rider participates in the Manitoba Team Penning Competition at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • Man versus beast in the team penning competition Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Man versus beast in the team penning competition Saturday.

  • Leroy Friesen of Altona sits down for a beverage at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Leroy Friesen of Altona sits down for a beverage at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • A participant in the Manitoba Team Penning Competition, at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    A participant in the Manitoba Team Penning Competition, at the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • The pony chuckwagon racers come in to finish at the Morris Stampede Thursday.

    Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press

    The pony chuckwagon racers come in to finish at the Morris Stampede Thursday.

  • Zac McKenzie, 4, rides a mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday. The annual rodeo continues Sunday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Zac McKenzie, 4, rides a mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Saturday. The annual rodeo continues Sunday.

  • Seven-year-old  Tannet Treichel from Darlingford, Man., channels  his inner cowboy  as he rides the  mechanical bull  at the Morris  Stampede  Thursday. The stampede runs until Sunday.

    Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press

    Seven-year-old Tannet Treichel from Darlingford, Man., channels his inner cowboy as he rides the mechanical bull at the Morris Stampede Thursday. The stampede runs until Sunday.

  • Participants wait their turn during the team penning competition Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Participants wait their turn during the team penning competition Saturday.

  • A participant in the penning competition.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    A participant in the penning competition.

  • Numbered cattle in a pen during the Morris Stampede Saturday.

    Trevor Hagan / Winnipeg Free Press

    Numbered cattle in a pen during the Morris Stampede Saturday.

  • Chris Without The Hat juggles knives at Morris Stampede on Thursday.

    Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press

    Chris Without The Hat juggles knives at Morris Stampede on Thursday.

  • Morris resident Peyton, 3, enjoys the rides at Morris Stampede on Thursday afternoon. Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press July 17, 2014

    Morris resident Peyton, 3, enjoys the rides at Morris Stampede on Thursday afternoon. Sarah Taylor / Winnipeg Free Press July 17, 2014

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