The 2016 Cattle Call Court

FROM LEFT: Genesis Whitt, Kamrin Dickerson,Anne Locher and Gianna Cox. WILLIAM ROLLER PHOTO

BRAWLEY — Residing in a small town such as here traditions are anchored in bedrock and just as New Orleans has its Mardi Gras, Brawley has its Cattle Call.

“The girls work really hard practicing riding and they are the best the community has to offer,” said Katie Luna, president of the Brawley Chamber of Commerce. “They are the face of the rodeo. And the significance of it is we’re highlighting women in equine sports.”

Staff Writer William Roller can be reached at or 760-337-3452.

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