RODEO EVENTS

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Tests both horse and cowboy as they work together, in a race against the clock, to rope and tie a calf weighing up to 350 pounds.

Features the skill of the cowgirl as she races her horse against the clock in cloverleaf fashion around a series of three barrels.

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BAREBACK RIDING 

Emphasizes the balance of the rider with only one hand in a rigging which helps him to stay aboard his bucking horse.

STEER WRESTLING

A timed event in which the cowboy slides from his horsehorse, grabs the steer’s horns and brings the steer to the ground using momentum.

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

Brings horse and rider together in a classic duel as the cowboy attempts to stay atop the bronc’s back for 8 seconds.

BULL RIDING

The most dangerous of all rodeo events, pits the cowboy’s courage and riding skill against the speed and power of a 1500 pound bull.

TIE-DOWN ROPING 

Tests both horse and cowboy as they work together, in a race against the clock, to rope and tie a calf weighing up to 350 pounds.

BULL FIGHTERS + CLOWNS

A rodeo clown, bullfighter or rodeo protection athlete, is a rodeo performer who works in bull riding competitions to protect the riders thrown from the bull.

BARREL RACING

Features the skill of the cowgirl as she races her horse against the clock in cloverleaf fashion around a series of three barrels.

TEAM ROPING

Pits a pair of contestants in a race against the clock as the “header” ropes a steer’s horns while the “heeler” attempts to lasso its hind legs.

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