Cowboy hats lined the horizon leading to the WKU Agricultural Exposition Center in Bowling Green from Friday, March 25 through Sunday, March 27. Families, rodeo enthusiasts and first-timers all eagerly waited in line for the annual Lone Star Rodeo after it was postponed from February to March. The Lone Star Rodeo began in Marfa, Texas and has continued for the past 40 years with help from Preston Fowlkes, Jr. and produces 40 events each year. Lasting three days in total, the rodeo consists of bull riding and nine other events including the bareback, saddle bronc, steer wrestling and others. The anticipation of the Lone Star Rodeo creates a sense of excitement in Bowling Green each year as people flock to watch the competitions.