Wild Cow Milking
A four person team is mounted on horseback. Team will be let into the arena but must stay behind the time line. The cow is released from the opposite end of the arena. Catch as catch can but the cow's head must pass through the loop or horn, or half head catch. Once caught the team must secure the cow on foot while one member milks her. The ground crew then must run to the judge’s circle with enough milk to pour out with in five seconds, as well as the rope which stoped the cow. Time stops when the milker, and rope is in the judge’s circle and all ropes are clear from the cow. There is a two minute time limit.
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