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Six-Year-Old Not Sheepish About Mutton Busting

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Six-Year-Old Not Sheepish About Mutton Busting

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Six-Year-Old Not Sheepish About Mutton Busting

Six-Year-Old Not Sheepish About Mutton Busting

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Asher Kark, 6, recently competed in mutton busting at the National Western Stock Show in Denver. The event is a favorite at many rodeos: small children ride atop sheep for as long as possible, wearing hockey helmets and flak jackets for protection.

Zachary Barr reports for Colorado Public Radio.