Exceptional bull riding

August 23, 2013 

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Rodney Hardy, 11, left, of Richland, laughs while "bull riding" with his brother Joey, 7, on Friday for the Exceptional Rodeo at the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo in Kennewick. The event was produced for the fourth time by Rascal Rodeo, and more than 130 volunteers, including Brendan Miller, left, and Cindie Preszler, helped put on the event, which also featured horse riding, roping, milking and barrel racing for more than 60 special needs people.

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Rodney Hardy, 11, left, of Richland, laughs while "bull riding" with his brother Joey, 7, on Friday for the Exceptional Rodeo at the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo in Kennewick. The event was produced for the fourth time by Rascal Rodeo, and more than 130 volunteers, including Brendan Miller, left, and Cindie Preszler, helped put on the event, which also featured horse riding, roping, milking and barrel racing for more than 60 special needs people.

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