Langley area youths participating in the Canadian and National Rodeo Finals are (from left) Michael Lippman

‘Magnificent Seven’ set to wrangle at rodeos

Langley's and Aldergrove's "Magnificent Seven" are riding to the Canadian and National Rodeo Finals this month.

Langley’s “Magnificent Seven” are riding to the Canadian and National Rodeo Finals this month.

The 2013 National High School Rodeo takes place July 14 – 20, at the Sweetwater Events Complex in Rock Springs, Wyoming, and the Canadian High School and Junior High Rodeo Finals follow on July 24-27 in Nanton Ag Grounds, Alberta.

Langley area youths participating in the Canadian and National Rodeo Finals are Michael Lippman, Mikayla Lundy, Jessie Morris, Emma McFarland, Will Foss, Taylor Wharry and Ashley Murchison.

Lippman will be competing in both the Canadian and National events in the bull riding category.

Lundy will be at the Canadian event only, in the goat-tying category.

Morris will be rifle and trap shooting as well as goat-tying at both events.

McFarland will also be competing at both events in the rifle and trap shooting categories.

Foss will be in the rifle and trap shooting as well as team roping categories at both events.

Wharry will be team roping at both events.

Murchison is going to the “Silver State” to compete in goat-tying.

For information on the National event see website: and for the Canadian event see website:

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