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012020NatlWesternStockShowMP1708

SHOT 1/20/20 7:36:57 PM - An African American cowboy watches the competition at the MLK Jr. Rodeo of Champions during the National Western Stock Show. The National Western has been held annually every January at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado since 1906. Its purpose is to demonstrate better breeding and feeding techniques to attendees. Since first held in 1906, it has become the world's largest stock show by number of animals and offers the world's only carload and pen cattle show. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2020)

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SHOT 1/20/20 7:36:57 PM - An African American cowboy watches the competition at the MLK Jr. Rodeo of Champions during the National Western Stock Show. The National Western has been held annually every January at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado since 1906. Its purpose is to demonstrate better breeding and feeding techniques to attendees. Since first held in 1906, it has become the world's largest stock show by number of animals and offers the world's only carload and pen cattle show. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2020)