Arts & Entertainment




Campus Times
October 12, 2001


photo by Tom Galaraga

Chad Waldhauser holds on as tight as he possibly can, just moments before he is thrown from his horse and is greeted harshly by the ground, hopefully capturing every single second that he can. The bareback riding event was the opening event for the Rodeo, and is viewed by Rodeo fans as one of the harshest rides in town. In order to turn a qualifying ride, a rider must stay on his horse for at least eight-seconds.


Knott's Scary Farm offers thrills and chills

The amusement park offers a few frights and things that go bump in the night.

Seventh annual San Dimas Rodeo offers a wild ride

The city's Western Days celebration enchants buckaroos of all ages.

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