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Waiting For The Grand Entry By James Bama

By James Bama

Waiting for the Grand Entry by James Bama.

Every rodeo begins with a grand entry as the contestants and other riders follow the flag bearers in a serpentine course across the arena. At a junior rodeo in Cody, artist James Bama spotted Kenny Claybaugh waiting for the grand entry and was struck by the colorful combination of the yellow slicker, American flag and the dark glasses. Regarded as one of the sportís top pickup men, Claybaugh worked the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, among many others. It is the pickup manís duty to rescue a rider from a pitching bronc after the required seconds have elapsed and the horn is blown to signal a completed ride. It is a highly responsible task demanding skill and nerve, as a misstep can result in a riderís falling and perhaps being trampled or slammed against an unforgiving fence. The pickup horse must also be well trained so that it does not fear moving in close to the broncís flying hoofs and does not shy away as pickup man and bronc rider reach for one another.

Waiting for the Grand Entry by James Bama was released in February 2006 as a Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of only 150 Mountain Man and Rodeo art Prints on canvas and was painted by Western artist James Bama. This great Western art print has a 23 x 18 image size and is for sale for only $850 for the unframed canvas print. Its in mint condition and has never been framed. Western And Wildlife art prints for sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order your print today. All prints are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. Western Art on sale by artist James Bama. Old Rare James Bama art prints for sale. SADDLE UP AND ORDER YOUR PRINT TODAY!

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Signed And Numbered Limited Edition Giclee Canvas 23 x 18 Image Size 150 $850.00

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