CALGARY, June 6, 2012 /CNW/ - Authorized by the Calgary Stampede, and
written by Alberta Centennial Medal winner Wendy Bryden, The First Stampede of Flores LaDue is a cultural history of the west told through the extraordinary life of
World Champion ladies trick-roper Flores LaDue. LaDue's love for rodeo
promoter Guy Weadick, which began among the rough-and-tumble
vaudevillians in the first Wild West shows, endured through North
American performances in the small-time and big-time circuits and
culminated in the wide open plains and ranches of the West, resulted in
the establishment of the greatest outdoor show on earth, The Calgary
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