FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The 67th annual Woodlake Lions Rodeo is kicking off Saturday morning.
The "High Five Rodeo" starts at 10 am.
The program gives developmentally-disabled individuals the opportunity to participate in a modified version of rodeo events.
About 50 participants throughout Tulare County are expected.
They will be paired with cowboys and cowgirls, Miss Woodlake Lions Rodeo, as they go through rodeo-related stations in the arena.
Tomas Garcilazo, a charro and rope artist, will also give up-close demonstrations of his unique talent.
"We are very privileged to come back to the Woodlake Rodeo and now with my greatest companion, my seven-year-old son Louie, it's a pleasure to keep up and share our heritage tradition," he said.
The rodeo goes until Sunday.
To buy your tickets, visit their website.