Nyssa Nite Rodeo Queen Jaeden Forrey and cowgirl Michaela Bocci hold their hands over their hearts during the National Anthem. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A cowgirl holds the American Flag during the signing of the National Anthem. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

The kid cowboys and cowgirls behind the scenes prepare for the Mutton Bustin competition. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A young cowgirl laughs while riding a sheep during the first night of Mutton Bustin. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A young cowboy mounts a steer for the JR steer riding competition. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A cowboy takes a quiet moment before his competition ride. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A young cowboy rides in the novice saddle bronc competition. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

BoDine Pinz of the P9 Rodeo Company warms up a horse with her niece. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Some cowboys take a moment at the chutes to relax in between rides. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A cowboy rides a bucking steer in the JR steer riding competition. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Seasoned rodeo clown Tony Baker waits for the next rider to come out of the chute. This is Baker’s first year working the Nyssa Nite Rodeo. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

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. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

The flag girls take the center of the arena at the 75th Nyssa Nite Rodeo. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A young cowboy hangs on the arena gate. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A cowboy prepares to dismount his a horse to rope up a calf. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A cowboy holds up his grandson to watch the rodeo. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Cowboy dads wait with their cowboy sons before they compete in the Mutton Bustin competition. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Nyssa Nite Rodeo vendor Moses Cisneros mans his grill. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Savannah Clark hands a young cowboy some blue cotton candy. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

Brothers Sterling and Juke share some cotton candy. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A young boy and an older girl play in the dirt underneath the bleachers. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

A drone shot shows the arena, spruced up and ready for action on the first night of the rodeo. (The Enterprise/Austin Johnson)

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