Horse Herpes Outbreak Forces Junior Rodeo Queens To Ride Stick Horses

Posted by on May 31st, 2011

The origins are understood. The players are all of terrestrial stock. Yet if you don’t look at a picture of a young lady riding a stick pony around a professional rodeo course while be scored by grim faced judges and cheered by nervous parents and say to yourself, “that is weird,” you should probably stop reading the site.

The Davis County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse Junior Queen Contest of Farmington, UT was the victim of a rare equine herpes outbreak which has affected many Western states and cancelled all horse related activities in Utah. For those curious, equine herpes is spread through nasal secretions when horses nuzzle together.

So these young women to the track with their own gallop astride stick horses. Giddy-up.


2 Responses to “Horse Herpes Outbreak Forces Junior Rodeo Queens To Ride Stick Horses”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Someone selling PCP to the crowd would have made quite a bit of cash, plus the crowd would have loved the rodeo that would have played out in their drugged-out brains. It’s a win-win scenario.

  2. PickpocketJames Says:

    Wow. And I thought those little miss america pageants were obsessed. Those parents just wanted their daughters on display, horses be dammed