Friday, August 24, 2007

People Horsing Around In National Chuckwagon Races

CLINTON, Ark. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s about to get rowdy in Clinton, Arkansas, and everyone is encouraged to stop by and horse around.

That’s because starting this Sunday (Aug. 25) through September 3, The 22nd Annual National Chuckwagon races are galloping into town, and folks are on the edge of their saddles with excitement.

About 140 teams will be scrambling to win in front of 20,000 attendees, and you can bet your bottom dollar it’ll be more than just a little buggy race.

Riders of all ages will be dashing to the finish line in hopes of winning the coveted title, bragging rights, a wall trophy, and a matchin belt buckle fit for a chuckwagon king.

And while the competition gets intense, according to event organizer Peggy Eoff, you can beat your opponents if you have the right skills.

Eoff explains, “Your team needs to be built good, not scared of noises, and have a little luck.”

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