Campus Times
September 24, 1999

photo by Isela Peña

Local horse owners dressed up in western-wear led 299 cattle down the streets of La Verne last Friday morning during the annual cattle drive. Families lined the streets as 130 riders, who each paid a $150 participation fee, herded the animals down the seven-mile route that began on Wheeler Avenue and ended at the Fairplex.

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