SAU Rodeo Photos

Southern Arkansas University's D.J. Dickinson ropes a calf during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Freelance photographer Aaron Morris covered all the action at the Columbia County Fairgrounds Thursday night during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo. The rodeo continues both Friday and Saturday night, beginning at 7:00 p.m. (View more photos by clicking on the “continue reading” link.)

Southern Arkansas University's Jesse Elam prepares for the bull riding competition during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Southern Arkansas University's Ashley Mills competes in the breakaway roping portion of the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Murray State University's Nate Alford exits the chute during the bull riding portion of the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Southern Arkansas University's Rayann Fuller rounds a barrel during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Southern Arkansas University's Ainsley Alessandrini competes goat tying portion of the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

Missouri Valley College's Mason Ormesher competes in the bareback riding portion of the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

A Missouri Valley College steer wrestler leaps from his horse during the 31st annual Southern Arkansas University Rodeo on Thursday night. (Photo by Aaron Morris)

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One Response to SAU Rodeo Photos

  1. Rita says:

    Please, you have wonderful pictures here of College Rodeo competitors. i apeal to the photographer, dig into ur archives and come up with some good pictures of the 5 missing horses and donate them to the owners. Help these folks get their horses back!

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