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Will Lowe and Wes Stevenson travel the country together on the pro rodeo circuit, so when they say Vegas is different, believe it.

Kats Goes Cowboy: Bareback riders at home in frenzied Fremont Street scene

December 2nd, 2010

Will Lowe and Wes Stevenson travel the country together on the pro rodeo circuit, so when they say Vegas is different, believe it.

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