Miniature Rodeo Events
This event is where the participant rides on a horse without using a saddle while the horse attempts to buck them off. A bareback rider isn’t just judged by how long he stays on the horse before getting bucked off but also on his spurring technique. As the age of the rider increases so does the competition level of this event.
Available in: Tiny Top Pee (Under 5 Years Old), Pee Wee (5-6), Junior (7-10), Senior (11-14) and Super Senior (15-19).
One of the staples of all rodeos is the bull riding event. In this event particpants climb on the back of bulls and ride them until they are bucked off. Bull riders use one hand to hold on for as long as possible by gripping the braided rope that is attached to the bull. This event requires strength, mental focus and coordination. As our contestants grow, larger bulls are used in the events and the competitiveness increases.
Available in: Tiny Top Pee (Under 5 Years Old), Pee Wee (5-6), Junior (7-10), Senior (11-14), Super Senior (15-19) and Open (all ages).
Saddle Bronc events are a classic rodeo event. Unlike bareback riding, this event involves a saddle. However, that doesn’t make it any less extreme or fun! In fact many cowboys claim this event to be one of the tougher ones to master. This event requires more technique and skill as riders are judged on more than just how long they can stay on the horse.
Available in: Junior (7-10), Senior (11-14), Super Senior (15-19) and Open (all ages).
Barrel Racing is when a rider on a horse attempts to complete an obstacle course of barrels in a certain time. Speed and agility are key in this event, as time is everything. As the riders get gain more experience their times increase and so too does the competitiveness of the competitions. Our Super Senior Riders are some of our fastest barrel races and complete the courses in impressive times.
Available in: Leadline (Under 5 Years Old), Pee Wee (5-6), Junior (7-10), Senior (11-14), Super Senior (15-19) and Open (all ages).