Rodeo Events

Join us Fridays and Saturdays all summer long, located at the Brent Romick Arena on Howelson Pkwy.

OPENING CEREMONIES

Join us for the opening ceremonies with authentic patriotism and a beautiful rendition of the National Anthem in true American fashion

PERMIT BULL RIDING

Where novice bull riders work to prove their skills in the arena and whether or not they can hold their own against the proven professionals

SPONSOR FLAGS

A special part of the opening ceremonies as well as interludes throughout the night – watch as the Coca Cola Cowgirls gallop around the arena carrying the colorful sponsor flags

TEAM ROPING

Watch as two professional riders and their horses work together as a team to rope a steer, front and back, as quickly as possible

BAREBACK RIDING

The rider attempts to balance and holds on with only one arm while rolling his spurs in rhythm, back and forth as the horse bucks

STEER WRESTLING

The cowboy chases the steer, then drops from his horse and grabs it by its horns to wrestle it to the ground

CALF SCRAMBLE

Watch kids from the audience “scramble” around the arena in an attempt to pull a pink ribbon off of a calf’s tail

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

The rider, while holding onto only a rope, moves his feet from the horse’s neck toward the back of the saddle, in time with the bronc’s action

CLOWN ACT

Rodeo clowns are a part of the act primarily for the athletes’ protection, but they’re also here to bring some comedy relief to the crowds

TIE-DOWN ROPING

Cowboys attempt to chase and rope a calf, then tie down three of its legs as quickly as they can

RAM SCRAMBLE

Watch little youngsters as they “scramble” around the arena to pull a small ribbon off of a ram’s belly

REGIONAL TEAM ROPING

Watch as 2 local contestants and their horses work together to rope a steer

COWGIRL BARREL RACING

Competing against the clock, contestants circle three barrels in a cloverleaf pattern and race back for the fastest time

JUNIOR & PEE WEE BARREL RACING

Cowgirls and cowboys ages 12 and under race through the cloverleaf pattern on their horses for the fastest time

Bull Riding

Proven professional riders climb on top of a bull, keep their arm from straightening and hand from breaking loose before the end of the wild 8-second ride