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Bull riders visit Northwest Texas Children's Hospital

Texas - Bull riders from across the nation will make their way to Northwest Texas Children's Hospital Friday.

The meet and greet is set for 10:30am Friday.

Cowboys are visiting with children about the"Winter Take All" bull riding Saturday night.

Children at Northwest who receive treatments there are also make a wish recipients.

 


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