The Real Reason We Hit Up RodeoHouston: All the Hotties

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Sure, fried dough and mutton-bustin' are entertaining. But there's nothing at Rodeo Houston quite so appealing as the hotties that Houston does best. Read on for some of the finer specimens we discovered over the past few weeks -- just so you know who really stole the show.

We assume you'll spend just as long as we did trying to read what's on her chest.

Easily one of the best things about visiting the rodeo: realizing that a cowboy hat goes with any outfit, at any time.

Perhaps not the most orthodox rodeo look, but we'll take it.

We're not really sure what it means, but we'd cowgirl up for her in a heartbeat.

Running with the bulls, Texas edition.

Typically, we go see the shows for the performer. Every once in a while, our attention turns elsewhere.

Want to view more lovely ladies from the rodeo? Check out the slideshow: Our 25 Favorite Ladies From The 2013 Houston Livestock Show And Rodeo

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