Wednesday Jul 06 2011 comments Folsom Cattle Drive By: Telegraph photography by Anne Stokes -A +A Peggy Christensen of El Dorado Hills, and her grandchildren Trevor Dosh, 5, and Kailey Dosh, 4, with her horse Cheyenne. Christensen (and Cheyenne) were a part of the group that helped run cattle down Sutter Street. Nicole Siverling, 12, helps Lorelai Vetter, 4, both of Folsom, sneak one last peek at the cattle before they head out to the rodeo grounds. One of the riders in the Folsom Pro Rodeo parade help kick off the festivities. Cowboys Gary Van Dyke and Jeff Shearer of the Flying U Rodeo handle a corral full of cattle, loading them onto trailers to transport them to the Dan Russell Arena for the Folsom Pro Rodeo. The American flag was flying throughout the parade leading up the cattle drive on June 30. The Folsom Trail Runners take part in the Bulls and Brews fun run prior to the cattle drive on Sutter Street. Olivia Warmack, 3, and brother Hayden, 7, of Folsom hurry to pick up candy thrown to the crowds lined up on Sutter Street prior to the cattle drive. Charlie Nickelson, 9, left, Daniel Nickelson, 7, and Mackenzie Nicklaus, 10, of Danville await the cattle drive down Sutter Street. Karley Wick, 11, of Folsom checks out the cattle after their drive down Sutter Street. The holding pen was located in the Folsom Telegraph parking lot. Longhorn steer make their way down Sutter Street June 30 during the town's annual cattle drive, which kicked off the Folsom Pro Rodeo.