Madee Knowlton chases down a steer during the steer daubing event at the Soldotna Equestrian Club’s first 9-11 Tribute Rodeo, junior division, on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 in Soldotna’s Centennial Park. In steer daubing, riders carry poles tipped with swabs dipped in mustard to tag a running steer forward of its shoulder. (Ben Boettger/Peninsula Clarion)

At the rodeo

Madee Knowlton chases down a steer during the steer daubing event at the Soldotna Equestrian Club’s first 9-11 Tribute Rodeo, junior division, on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 in Soldotna’s Centennial Park. In steer daubing, riders carry poles tipped with swabs dipped in mustard to tag a running steer forward of its shoulder. (Ben Boettger/Peninsula Clarion)

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