Nyssa Nite Rodeo Queen Jaeden Forrey and cowgirl Michaela Bocci hold their hands over their hearts during the National Anthem at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise).

A cowgirl holds the American Flag during the signing of the National Anthem at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise).

Kid cowboys and cowgirls prepare behind the chutes for the Mutton Bustin competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise).

Avery Randall laughs while riding a sheep during the first night of Mutton Bustin at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise).

A young cowboy mounts a steer for the JR steer riding competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A cowboy takes a quiet moment before his competition ride at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A young cowboy rides in the novice saddled bronc competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

BoDine Pinz of the P9 Rodeo Company warms up a horse with her niece at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Some cowboys take a moment behind the chutes to relax in between rides at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A cowboy rides a bucking steer in the JR steer riding competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Rodeo clown Tony Baker waits for the next rider to come out of the chute at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. This is Baker’s first year working the Nyssa Nite Rodeo. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Nyssa Nite Rodeo Queen Jaeden Forrey helps cowgirl Michaela Bocci calm down after Bocci’s horse was seriously spoked by a tractor that got too close to the flag girls at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Flag girls take the center of the arena at the 75th Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A young cowboy hangs on the arena gate at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A cowboy prepares to dismount his a horse to rope up a calf during the cattle roping competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Ron Rhoades holds up his grandson Greyson so he can see inside the arena at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Nyssa Nite Rodeo vendor Moses Cisneros mans his grill at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Cowboy dads wait with their cowboy sons before they compete in the Mutton Bustin' competition at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Friday, June 18. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Savannah Clark hands a happy young cowboy some blue cotton candy at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

Brothers Sterling and Juke share some cotton candy at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

A boy and his older sister play in the dirt under the bleachers at the 2021 Nyssa Nite Rodeo on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

An aerial view of the Nyssa Nite Rodeo arena on Saturday, June 19. (AUSTIN JOHNSON/The Enterprise)

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