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The 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C.  The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

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Stephen Turner of Cochrane, Alta., rides a bull during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A homemade sign advertises buttons for sale during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Brothers Clayton, 9, and Travis Hurren, 7, practice their lasso techniques with a plastic bull during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Ted Stovin is silhouetted as he writes down the day's results during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A lasso is placed on a post during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A bull rider gets his grip ready for his event during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A rodeo clown runs to the aide of a cowboy who is being bucked off a bull during the bull riding event at the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Belt buckles are pictured during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Barebacker Denny Phipps of Cochrane, Alta., kisses his five-month-old son Ryder following his event during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A pair of cowboy boots are pictured during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A young cowboy prepares for his event in the staging area during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Cowboys watch the chuck wagon event during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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Horses are tied to the fence outside the stampede ground during the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, BC. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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A cowboy makes his way home following the first day of the 96th Falkland Stampede in Falkland, B.C. The Falkland Stampede started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press

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