Wall Celebration Rodeo

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WALL, S.D. -

The founding of Wall, South Dakota back in July 1907 was marked by a large celebration. Now 110 years later, the community continues to observe the city's birthday with the Wall Celebration.

The celebration kicked off Thursday night with the first of three SDRA rodeo performances.

Check out the highlights by clicking on the video.

The rodeo action continues Friday and Saturday, July 7-8 with performances each night starting at 7 p.m.

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Highlights from Thursday, July 6

Bareback Riding

1st - Jake Carmody, Mobridge, SD    72 points


Tie-Down Roping

3rd - Trevor Olson, Mud Butte, SD   13.5 seconds

2nd - Tyler Scheebel, Oral, SD  13.3 seconds

Leader is Blake Eggl from Minot, ND    11 seconds


Ladies Breakaway Roping

Kianna Ward, Belle Fourche, SD    4.4 seconds

Tierney Hamlin, Highmore, SD      3.0 seconds

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