Cowboys Wranglers Lasso Cattle Herd - Stock Image

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Sedona, Arizona, USA - May 11, 2013: Cowboys on horseback kick up clouds of dust while roping a young steer in a corral in the rural desert red rock community of Pine Valley just outside Sedona, Arizona. In this instance, the steer was erringly roped around the neck, so the second cowboy must quickly rope its hind legs and bring the animal down with the assistance of ranch hands on the ground - then remove the lasso from around its neck so that it isn't injured. The animals need only be roped by the hind legs, because a ground team of cowboys rushes out and immobilzes them once tripped up by the rope. Finally, the animals are branded, neutered and vaccinated.
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Cowboys on horseback kick up clouds of dust while roping a young steer in a corral in the rural desert red rock community of Pine Valley just outside Sedona, Arizona. In this instance, the steer was erringly roped around the neck, so the second cowboy must quickly rope its hind legs and bring the animal down with the assistance of ranch hands on the ground - then remove the lasso from around its neck so that it isn't injured. The animals need only be roped by the hind legs, because a ground team of cowboys rushes out and immobilzes them once tripped up by the rope. Finally, the animals are branded, neutered and vaccinated. Pine Valley - Sedona, Arizona, 2013.

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