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A competitor ropes a calf during the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
A barrel racer works against the clock at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
Team ropers go all out while competing at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
A barrel racer competes at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
Team ropers compete at the International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
The Rusty Gables Guest Lodge, located just minutes from downtown Oklahoma City, is a lovely bed and breakfast with Western-themed decor and a ranch setting.
A little house on the Great Plains creates a picturesque prairie scene near Guymon.
Windmills old and new dot the landscape in western Oklahoma.
The 2008 Senior World Champion cutting horse works a cow at an American Quarter Horse Association event at State Fair Park in Oklahoma City.
Barrel racing is just one of the many events at the six-day International Finals Youth Rodeo in Shawnee.
The International Finals Youth Rodeo draws more than 1,000 entrants from the United States, Canada and Australia.
At the Will Rogers Memorial Museum in Claremore, there are portraits, statues, saddles, old film clips and radio recordings of the famed humorist.
The mission of the Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum in Woodward is to collect, preserve and interpret the history of northwestern Oklahoma.
Bull Foot Station in Hennessey, once a re-supply stop on the Chisholm Trail, is now a park with a cattle drive sculpture garden.
This life-size statue of Jesse Chisholm, father of the Chisholm Trail, stands in the center of downtown Kingfisher. Chisholm is depicted atop his horse extending a peace pipe.
The Marlow brothers - known by Western movie aficionados as the sons of Katie Elder - were accused of rustling cattle on the Chisholm Trail, as documented on this monument in Marlow.
Jesse Chisholm comes alive in animatronic form at the Campfire Theater at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Center in Duncan.
Cattle ranches such as the Longhorn-Flying G Ranch in Duncan still abound along Highway 81.
Trail crossing markers are a common site along Highway 81, which generally follows the route of the famous Chisholm Trail.
Western Trail Trading Post features a variety of antiques and collectibles in a faux Old West setting on Route 66 in the old Britton area of Oklahoma City.
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