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The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic

by H.R.R. Gorman

Here at the Carrot Ranch, we take the business of 99-word literary art seriously. Those who participate in the Ranch prompts or yearly Rodeo saddle up to TUFF (The Ultimate Flash Fiction) it out and train new Rough Riders as we go. Now, the Ranch is hosting a new event to sharpen minds, welcome new hands, and celebrate one of our own the best way we know how: our first ever Rodeo Classic.

In this Rodeo Classic, we’re here to celebrate a stalwart center of many blogging corners, Sue Vincent. Sue has variously contributed to the community here at the Carrot Ranch, through communication with many other bloggers, and run her own famous #writephoto weekly blog prompt. You can (and should!) follow her on her blogs, The Daily Echo and the shared blog France & Vincent. She has inspired us to become better writers and shown us the power of mystery and myth. We also suggest taking a perusal at her book corral and Amazon pages!

The Rodeo and Prizes

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic serves as a special challenge. Riders will have to condense the following photo into a story of 99 words (or, if you prefer, a poem of 99 syllables). Writing 99 words has never seemed TUFFer!

Each story needs to have a beginning, middle and end. Poems must have distinctive theme, movement, and rhythm; no rhyme scheme is necessary, but neither will rhyme be punished. Go where the prompt leads you – any genre is acceptable, but keep it family friendly and related to the photo. If you haven’t wrangled here at the Carrot Ranch before, you can find some prize-winning 99-word flash from the 2020 Rodeo or the 2019 Rodeo at these links. Don’t cheat with 98 or 100 words or syllables! We’ll only accept 99 word stories or 99 syllable poems written in English! (We’ll be using to count words and to count syllables so everyone has the same standard). Only write 99 word stories. Do not write 99 word poems – we want 99 syllable poems.

For this rodeo, we’re offering a $100 grand prize. Five runners up will each receive one paperback from Sue Vincent’s collection of published books (those who live in a region where the paperback is unavailable may receive an e-book instead). No fee necessary to enter but this is a fundraiser so we kindly ask for a suggested donation of $5 per entry (no more than two entries allowed per writer). The contest will close at midnight on Friday, February 19th, 2021. Winning entries will be announced and read at on March 22, 2021. Top entries published at Carrot Ranch. We will not accept entries previously published (even if published on your own blog), so keep them tucked away for now.

Judges: Geoff Le Pard, Anne Goodwin, and Charli Mills. First-Pass readers: H.R.R. Gorman, Sue Spitulnik, D. Avery, and Sherri Matthews. List of judges and readers will update as needs may change depending on the volume of entries and continued judge availability. Entries will be anonymized prior to judging.

$5 suggested donation to enter. You may enter no more than twice. You are welcome to donate more than the suggested entry fee. All proceeds go directly to Sue Vincent and Family. Use this link to donate:

At the announcement that Sue had succumbed to her disease, we removed the donation link. Because the money went directly to Sue, we thought this the best course in order to preserve her family’s privacy. She got to live to see the winners of the contest, and for that we’re eternally grateful. If you’d still like to help out, we’re sure she’d appreciate you reading one of her books or perusing her blog!


The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic Parade

All Rodeos need a parade, just as the Carrot Ranch yearly rodeo has done. The Rodeo Classic parade will be a parade like no other – and we don’t need to wait until the end of the contest or announcement of winners to do so. It’s time to celebrate with gusto and march down the main street of Carrot Ranch central.

Sue Vincent

As mentioned above, Sue Vincent is a poet who has acted as glue for the community for over a decade now. She has honed her poetry and prose to a beautiful finish, and her adventures through ruins and the English countryside have inspired many of us throughout our blogging journeys. Recently, Sue has run into a spot of trouble with a bit of small cell lung cancer. With Covid complicating all medical procedures and the ability to speak with others (especially for those with respiratory illnesses), some of the best comfort can come from online interactions. You can read more about Sue’s situation on the series of posts beginning here.

The Parade, however, will march on through many different avenues. Sue’s literary art will be on full display throughout the month of February. Here’s some ways you can help participate in the parade and make the Rodeo Classic even better!

  • Advertise the Rodeo. Advertise this rodeo on your own blog, tweet it, forward on Instagram, post on Facebook, wherever you can! The graphic at the top of this page can be used freely as part of the campaign. The more participants, the merrier. We’d like to advertise the contest to people who may not already be familiar with our or Sue’s literary community, so put up the posters far and wide!
  • Reblog a post from Sue’s blogs. Go to The Daily Echo and/or France & Vincent and take a gander at some of the things there. Choose a post, or two, or seven, and reblog it with a comment on why you did so. Feel free to advertise the contest when you do.
  • Purchase one of her books. You can find a link to Sue’s books here and choose the Amazon page appropriate for your region.
  • Review that purchased book! Read the book and post a review. There’s many places to put it, but we suggest Amazon, Goodreads, and your blog as a start.
  • Comment or like her posts. Comments brighten anyone’s day, and Sue’s blog is filled with posts ripe for commenting. The Rodeo Organization Team will be reblogging some of her posts, so keep an eye out for those if you want some suggestions!

We look forward to seeing you in the stands, on the back of a bull, or maybe even clowning about.


The Rodeo Organization Team


  1. Chel Owens says:

    Yee-haw! Let’s get this rodeo goin’!

  2. Norah says:

    Wow! This will be the first photo prompt for me. Can I do it?

  3. Awesome. Let’s get going!

  4. […] The prompt image and entry form is now live. […]

  5. […] click here to go to the Carrot Ranch and read what these wonderful folk are […]

  6. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine and commented:
    A very special Rodeo Classic over at the Carrot Ranch in honour of blogger, author, poet and friend to so many of us, Sue Vincent.. Sue has cancer and yet continues to shine with her writing and to support her fellow authors. This 99 word or syllable rodeo has an amazing prize of $100 and a book of Sue’s to enjoy. It is also a way to donate $5 to a fund raiser. Even if you are not entering the challenge, you can still help raise awareness by reblogging the original post from Carrot Ranch, buying Sue’s latest book, which incidentally looks like a great read, or reblogging posts from her blogs. Thanks Sally

  7. Reblogged this on A View From My Summerhouse and commented:

    Greetings, dear friends. 2021 kicked off in grand (grim) style and here we are. February already. Two hours after I blogged my Christmas post, our plans crashed and burned thanks to imminent lockdown. Two days later, my lovely Mum suffered a stroke. She is recovering so well, thank you again for all your very lovely kind messages. So…January disappeared and I return somewhat back on track with a reblog from Carrot Ranch announcing a very special contest: The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic. Please do click on the link for rules of entry. This contest comes with a donation suggestion of $5. All monies go directly to Sue Vincent and her family. As I said, this is a very special contest for a very special lady. Sue writes and blogs about her recent cancer diagnosis and ongoing treatment through this pandemic. She also writes openly about her concerns as carer for her adult son. Unpaid carers, I can attest, fall through too many cracks. The contest: 99 word flash fiction with Sue’s photo as a prompt. It’s live now, closes midnight, Friday, February 19th. Open to all and any help you might give to spread the word. Thank you! I’ll be back here at the Summerhouse next week. Love Sherri x

  8. […] time to saddle up and get in line, because the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is happening NOW at the Carrot Ranch! Writers will have the opportunity to support Sue Vincent, a […]

  9. Jules says:

    How can we enter without online donation – For those who would like to enter and or just donate but not via electronically. Is there a PO Box we can send donations to that can be ‘re-wired’ into the donation system. Not everyone is tech savvy when it comes to (nor want to donate via online means).

    Thanks in advance to all those who are reading, writing and reposting and getting the word out for Sue Vincent and her family!!!

    May our roads be health, happy and smooth filled with the joy of caring and sharing!!

    • I personally don’t know if we have a way to do non-online donations. I don’t have a PO Box, at least. ???

      But definitely submit! We hope that the recent updates have clarified the donation is suggested but not required.

      • Jules says:

        2 options…1) Maybe I can donate monies to someone I already have the address of (I’d ask them first), or another Judge or participant can email you their PO Box for those in this situation? Worth an ask? 2) get one of those Store Visa cards that isn’t attached to a name.

        I’ve got one piece in the works… And I’m thinking about the other. Thanks.

      • You could always ask somebody with a PayPal to do it. I’m not sure how the Visa cards work, especially since Sue is in Britain.

      • Jules says:

        Just for your info…
        Does paypal accept prepaid cards?
        “Yes. Anywhere in the U.S. where PayPal is accepted you can use prepaid gift cards that have a Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, or Discover® logo on it. … For users without PayPal account, you can just enter the card information during checkout in the same way you would do with credit or debit cards.”

        Does paypal accept prepaid cards for out of country?
        “PayPal accepts any prepaid card that has a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover logo. They do not accept store-specific gift cards, even if the purchase is being made with that store. According to PayPal’s prepaid card terms, prepaid cards cannot be used for recurring transactions.”

        Apparently there is a minimal fee (exchange rate?) applied for funds from the US to the UK. So if I interpret that correctly, that would mean one would pay more to cover the exchange rate to keep the dollar figure even with the requested amount required.

      • Well, if you want to do the prepaid Visa card, go for it! Sounds like it could be an option.

        No matter which option we chose to do the donation bit, there was always going to be a fee associated. PayPal can be easily integrated into WordPress and has the advantage of being *able* to convert currency. So, even though there are some associated losses, we thought it was the best option currently.

      • Jules says:

        Just as an added FYI one can get a prepaid visa card without paying a fee if they are a AAA member. If you get one at a store depending on the amount you want you can pay about $6 – $10 for processing.

      • I was just commenting to someone else that another option is to buy one of her books on Amazon. Sure, Amazon takes a cut, but it does give some to Sue as well!

      • Jules says:

        Does that count as the ‘entry fee’ – I was thinking of that too. 😀 💚💚💚

      • There’s no official fee. The suggested donation is $5, but we know some people might not be in the shape to give or might face tech issues. We want all the stories we can get!

      • Jules says:

        Then this is what I’ll do – I’ve got a poem good to go… And I’m working on a ‘story’ – I’ll send them. With this promise – that I’ll buy at least two books! 😀

  10. […] Join us for the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic at the Carrot Ranch! […]

  11. olganm says:

    This is a wonderful initiative, and I love to see Sue get an homage. I’ll spread the word!

  12. I’m looking forward to this. Beautiful image from a beautiful person. I hope the turnout is huge. <3 Shared!

  13. olganm says:

    Reblogged this on Just Olga and commented:
    Run over for this new Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic, an homage to a beloved writer, blogger, and wonderful person. Don’t miss it! And there’s a prize as well!

  14. […] Loved this one. It reminds me so much of our Pickle’s ‘feed me’ eyes. The Carrot Ranch is currently running a flash fiction contest in honour of Sue Vincent’s decade of blogging and support for fellow writers. Learn more at […]

  15. […] for the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic at the Carrot Ranch which asks you to write 99 words, or 99 syllables, no more, no less using the photo above as a […]

  16. Great to see this post live Charli, H. and team. I shall have to put my thinking cap on for this picture.

  17. A great one! Sorry, but i will only read your famous solutions of the prompt. My knowledge is not professional enough challenging with you. I will empassionately counting the syllables. Lol Michael

  18. […] now it’s time for us to give back to her. Charli Mills, over at The Carrot Ranch, has put together a… well, I’ll let Charli […]

  19. Gorgeous photo for this special prompt. <3

  20. […] join the Flash Fiction Event over at Carrot Ranch to celebrate and support […]

  21. Reblogged this on pensitivity101 and commented:
    For any of my readers who are not familiar with Sue and her amazing talent, please check this out and participate. Thank you.

  22. […] let’s come together with hearts full of joy. Join us for the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic at the Carrot Ranch – a contest, parade, and celebration all in […]

  23. trentpmcd says:

    Reblogged this on Trent's World (the Blog) and commented:
    Sue Vincent has meant so much to so many of us bloggers. She has given so much to all of, perhaps we can show our appreciation and give a little back in return. It is great to see this Rodeo Classic in her honor!

  24. Reblogged this on Colleen M. Chesebro and commented:

    Join us! In this Rodeo Classic, we’re here to celebrate a stalwart center of many blogging corners, Sue Vincent. Sue has variously contributed to the community here at the Carrot Ranch, through communication with many other bloggers, and run her own famous #writephoto weekly blog prompt. You can (and should!) follow her on her blogs, The Daily Echo and the shared blog France & Vincent. She has inspired us to become better writers and shown us the power of mystery and myth. We also suggest taking a perusal at her book corral and Amazon pages!

  25. Giddy UP! I’m raring to go! The Double Ennead is perfect for this challenge: The Double Ennead comprises five lines with a syllable count of 6/5/11/6/5, (33 SYLLABLES per stanza) 3 STANZAS EACH = 99 SYLLABLES, NO MORE, NO LESS! Let’s write some Carrot Ranch Double Ennead Poetry! <3

  26. […] I convinced you? Just follow THIS LINK RIGHT HERE to enter, officially. Each person is allowed two entries. And, here are some more numbered items to […]

  27. Reblogged this on Miss LiV Adventures ~A Journey Through Time…and Time Again and commented:
    Round up your writing skills and spirit of giving and ride out to the Rodeo!

  28. LucciaGray says:

    Great idea, Charli, and inspiring photo. I’ll certainly join in!

  29. Such a beautiful thing to do!!!! Sending Sue healing and love!

  30. Reblogged this on Pattys World.

  31. […] Carrot Rach has created a Rodeo Classic to orchestrate the support event. It calls for a 99-words flash fiction contest. To take part, you write a flash fiction story of 99 words or a poem of 99 syllables, using the photo prompt at Carrot Ranch to find the “Hidden” Inspiration, and enter the contest using a form on the post, then you’d be invited take part in a small donation to support Sue. […]

  32. willowdot21 says:

    I shall be doing my best Trent 💜

  33. willowdot21 says:

    Reblogged this on willowdot21 and commented:
    Saddle up folks it’s Sue’s Rodeo from the Great folks at the Carrot Ranch 💜

  34. dgkaye says:

    Wonderful initiative. I will spread the word. And just so happens I will be reviewing one of Sue’s books next Sunday. 🙂 x

  35. Norah says:

    Reblogged this on Norah Colvin and commented:

    Are you ready to ride in the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic? The contest, with a $100 prize, is now live. Pop over to the Carrot Ranch for details.

  36. Story and poem submitted, modest donation sent. May I have my nap now? 🙂

  37. […] US for the Sue Vincent Classic Rodeo, to celebrate one of our own poets on For this rodeo, Carrot Ranch is offering a $100 grand prize. Five runners up will each receive […]

  38. […] time to saddle up and get in line, because the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is happening NOW at the Carrot Ranch! Writers will have the opportunity to support Sue Vincent, a […]

  39. This is wonderful. I’m definitely going to have a go at this. Best of luck to everyone 🙂

  40. Gwen M. Plano says:

    How delightful! I’d added my 99-word poem and am spreading the word. All the best to Sue! 💗 And many thanks to the team!

  41. suespitulnik says:

    Reblogged this on Sue Spitulnik.

  42. Jim Borden says:

    what a great way to honor such a special person…

  43. usfman says:

    I’m sending a second version of my story for this contest with a couple minor corrections to meet the 99 word limit. Thanks. USFMAN

    • I saw the sub! Thanks for letting me know – I was worried you meant to submit a second entry and may have sent the same one twice. I’ll make sure to collect the second one for judging.

  44. […] time to saddle up and get in line, because the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is happening NOW at the Carrot Ranch! Writers will have the opportunity to support Sue […]

  45. Great fun and wonderful for Sue. I wrote my 99 word story and submitted. The donation part is confusing to me. I don’t have Paypal. Is there another way to donate? And under the Paypal, is that in pounds or dollars?

    • Right now, we’ve just got Paypal; usually there is a fee to convert dollars to pounds (or other currency). Part of the reason we chose Paypal is because of the Ranch’s large international community and because Sue is in Britain.

      The other thing? Paypal is what WordPress lets you link with the plan. 😉 So that’s the big one.

      • P.S. I just read in your comment to Balroop that we’ll get an e-mail showing receipt of our submission. I submitted on the 2nd but didn’t get an e-mail. Should I submit again. :-0 THANKS for all you’re doing.

      • I got a bunch yesterday but didn’t have time to collate. I’ll check this afternoon/evening (about 7 hours from now).

    • Oh! I just realized – you could buy one of her books off Amazon! Sure, Amazon takes a cut, but it’s actually a pretty effective way to get money across the pond!

  46. […] If you want to participate in the 99 word prompt, here’s the link  CARROT RANCH […]

  47. floridaborne says:

    I happily paid the $6.82 US dollars ($5 GBP) to enter this contest, and put a link on her post.

    I hope you get 1000’s of entries. 💓

  48. gmvasey says:

    Reblogged this on The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey and commented:
    Gotta love this!

  49. Sending every good vibe to Sue. Hugs on the wing.

  50. […] Charli Mills’ Carrot Ranch Literary Community, another supportive online writing and blogging community, is organising The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic, including a Flash Fiction Event to celebrate and support Sue. Read all about it in H. R. R. Gorman’s post on behalf of the Rodeo Organization Team and take part. […]

  51. […] forget about the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic at Carrot Ranch. The contest will close at midnight on Friday, February 19th, 2021. Winning […]

  52. […] you may also know, the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is starting this month! Be prepared at ANY MOMENT for a Sue Vincent book […]

  53. willowdot21 says:

    Hi I am sorry to be a pain but I am uncertain of a couple of points. Does there have to be a byline and
    a title, do the come within the 99 word or syllable count? If they don’t how do I show them as seoarate to the main story/ poem. Thank you again for this opportunity to support Sue and her family. Ps. I have read the rules but I am unsure and don’t want to mess up. 💜

  54. LucciaGray says:

    I’ve just added information on Sue’s Rodeo on my monthly #IWSG post here. I hope there are lots of entries!

  55. denmaniacs4 says:

    So, I have just submitted one 99 word tale but the donation button seemed somewhat resistant to my efforts. I will try again …already tried 3-4 times with negative results.

  56. balroop2013 says:

    I am new to this challenge. Does 99 words include the title?

  57. […] join us for a special rodeo event to honor one of our own poets, Sue Vincent. Be sure to check out today for a chance to win $100.00 and one of Sue’s […]

  58. […] Carrot Ranch Literary Challenge (Click Here)  […]

  59. usfman says:

    Sorry I am sending a 3rd version of my entry concerning the 99 word topic.
    Quite a challenge to accomplish it seems.

  60. […] The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic is happening NOW at the Carrot Ranch! […]

  61. […] If you haven’t already, please check out The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic. You can find out more here […]

  62. […] Find out more about this special  Rodeo and the  Prizes:The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic February 2021 […]

  63. […] The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic « Carrot Ranch Literary Community […]

  64. […] The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic « Carrot Ranch Literary Community […]

  65. What an enticing image! I am considering giving it a go!
    Thank you 🙂

    Visiting over from Sally’s blog.

  66. […] some slight scheduling switches and substitutions. That’s because the Ranch is hosting the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic, a fundraising contest to help out our great friend, Sue. This is an opportunity to show your […]

  67. Jules says:

    I think I sent my entries to the wrong post… I sent them to

    I am going to resend them to the contest. Thanks – Jules.

    I did order two of Sue’s books today. I am looking forward to getting them sometime next week.

  68. […] Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic flash fiction contest is now also live. You can find out more about it here. With a very attractive $100 first prize and one of Sue’s books for each of five runners up, it […]

  69. […] ‘Brunch’ that triggered me into ordering this book, mostly in support of the current Carrot Ranch Rodeo Classic, but also because Ani looks so much like our Maggie in some pictures, so I might be a bit bias! I […]

  70. noelleg44 says:

    Any idea how to convey to the judges that I would like to think this might be the thoughts of Thomas Moran (1837 –1926), a painter in oil and water color, whose vision of the Western landscape was critical to the creation of Yellowstone National Park?

  71. […] Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic. We have until February 11 to complete the first challenge and to make a donation to help Sue as she is suffering (you wouldn’t know it from chatting with her) but she is dealing with a terminal cancer, and we bloggers have been called on to make a difference. […]

  72. Jen Goldie says:

    Just wondering if my submission got through. It looked like it did.
    My donation went straight through and was confirmed.🙂yay!
    Thanks H.R.R. 😊

  73. […] Remember that submissions can’t be previously published, even on your blog. If you want to try your hand at a 99-word story in honor of Sue, you can saddle up and read the rodeo rules at Carrot Ranch. […]

  74. noelleg44 says:

    Should we post the 99 words?

    • Nope – in fact don’t post them until after the winners are announced! We’re judging blind, which means we can’t have our judges stumbling upon entries and matching authors to work. 🙂

  75. […] Please continue reading at the Carrot Ranch for details on submissions. […]

  76. I love that you came up with this idea to support Sue. Can’t wait to read the stories!

  77. […] to support one of their own. For the past couple of weeks, H.R. R. Gorman, Charli Mills and the folks at the Carrot Ranch have been running a literary Rodeo. The number of wonderful messages I have received has been […]

  78. […] If you haven’t already, please check out the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic from Carrot Ranch. You can find full details here. […]

  79. […] trying to give back. One place where the community is showing the love is the Carrot Ranch’s “Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic”.  There are several “events”, but the the main event is the short story competition (the […]

  80. […] The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic « Carrot Ranch Literary Community […]

  81. Reblogged this on Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth and commented:
    Support is a great thing to give and if you have a few dollars, a donation would help, too. Many of us have had to battle with cancer and other lethal ailments. If anyone is deserving of help and support, this amazing woman deserves it.

  82. […] trying to give back. One place where the community is showing the love is the Carrot Ranch’s “Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic”.  There are several “events”, but the the main event is the short story competition (the […]

  83. jcalberta says:

    Well … time to saddle up ol’ Paint.

  84. Ritu says:

    Entered and donated <3

  85. Chel Owens says:

    Reblogged this on Chel Owens and commented:

    (They can use your stories! This helps Sue Vincent! There are prizes! What are you waiting for?? Follow the link and the instructions and DO IT!!)

  86. willowdot21 says:

    I hope you’ve all done one times as tickin’ 💜

  87. antoniazen says:

    Reblogged this on Antonia Sara Zenkevitch.

  88. antoniazen says:

    I have half risen to the challenge by reblogging this post and then writing a 99-word story I’m fairly proud of. Unfortunately, it doesn’t really relate to the photograph. I will try again if I find the words. I thought I’d share a link to my little story anyway, but not as part of the competition:

    I really hope this challenge gets a lot of responses.

  89. […] I’ve chosen to reblog this post from July 2020 for Sue’s Write Photo challenge this week. If you haven’t already, please check out the Carrot Ranch Rodeo Classic. It’s the last day of competition entry tomorrow […]

  90. […] (This story was posted almost exactly a year ago, on 2/14/2020 (Valentine’s Day!) With Sue not able to put up a new write-photo prompt, I decided to revisit this one 🙂 And a reminder to visit the Carrot Ranch Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic.) […]

  91. […] Tuesday, February 16: Reminded you about Sue Vincent’s Fundraiser Writing Contest. The deadline is tomorrow so PLEASE ENTER!!!!! […]

  92. […] is the last day to participate in the Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic. All donations go to support her and her family in this difficult […]

  93. […] The Sue Vincent Rodeo Classic […]

  94. […] February 1st, the team at Carrot Ranch set a competition in Sue’s honour using one of her photos for inspiration. The brief was to […]

  95. […] recently entered the Sue Vincent Classic Rodeo at the Carrot Ranch and was both surprised and delighted for my entry to be awarded first prize. […]

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