The Rodeo: from ranch work to “sport” The modern rodeo is based on the activities found on early ranches dating back to the 1700s, and included roping, horse breaking, riding, herding, branding, and much more. As the westward expansion of the U.S. gained force, the cattle business boomed. Long cattle drives designed to bring cattle … More History of Rodeo
The National High School Rodeo Association is one of the fastest growing youth organizations, with an annual membership of approximately 12,500 students from 42 states, five Canadian provinces, and Australia. The Association sanctions over 1,800 rodeos each year. The NHSFR is the “World’s Largest Rodeo,” featuring approximately 1,500 contestants. Athletes vie for national titles, assorted … More National High School Finals Rodeo
You might hear a few new words or phrases that aren’t in your regular vocabulary at are rodeos. It’s all part of the fun. The following guide will help you decipher the drawl: All-around cowboy – A title given to the athlete who accumulates the most money in two or more events. Barrier – Two pieces of … More Rodeo Terminology
Come join the family fun starting at 9:00 am July 30th at Robbins Ranches Memorial Arena in Mancos, Colorado- Hwy 160 and CR 43. Kids Ranch Rodeo to kick off the day- Goat Doctoring, Goat Vaccination, Goat dressing, Wild Milking. Ages 8-12 (younger with parent permission) NO HORSES NEEDED for kid events. Adult rodeo will … More Ranch Rodeo
Authentic western Chuckwagon BBQ featuring great food and fantastic music
Ute Mountain Roundup Royalty 2017.
The festivities start Wednesday with a chuckwagon barbecue kickoff, at 6 p.m. at the Montezuma County Fairgrounds. Rodeo shows start Thursday at 7 p.m. at the fairgrounds with a family night. Military Appreciation Night will follow on Friday at the fairgrounds, and Saturday’s show is the “Tough Enough To Wear Pink” breast cancer awareness show. … More Rodeo Week!