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Special Needs Rodeo allows kids to cowboy up


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HEBER CITY — Children from Wasatch and Summit counties who have special needs experienced a little bit of Western culture at a Special Needs Rodeo Friday as part of the Wasatch County Fair.

"The motivation behind the whole thing is just to have these special needs kids have an experience with the rodeo," rodeo announcer Brent Kelly said. "Have the experience of doing some of the events, riding the horse, riding the bucking machine, roping dummies and those kinds of experiences that they don't

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