Cole Dodds qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping. Dodds went to Reedley High for one year but was home schooled with his twin brother Cobie this past school year. The Dodds twins spend much of their time on the family’s 53-acre ranch, often practicing various rodeo disciplines.
Cole Dodds qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping. Dodds went to Reedley High for one year but was home schooled with his twin brother Cobie this past school year. The Dodds twins spend much of their time on the family’s 53-acre ranch, often practicing various rodeo disciplines. PHOTO COURTESY OF KEITH BREAZEAL
Cole Dodds qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo in tie-down roping. Dodds went to Reedley High for one year but was home schooled with his twin brother Cobie this past school year. The Dodds twins spend much of their time on the family’s 53-acre ranch, often practicing various rodeo disciplines. PHOTO COURTESY OF KEITH BREAZEAL

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