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Sheridan WYO Rodeo


Let’s get WYO’d!


The Annual Sheridan WYO Rodeo | 2nd Largest Rodeo in Wyoming!

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2014 will mark the 84th celebrated year of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo. The WYO is a major stop on the rodeo trail for top cowboys and cowgirls from all over the world.

We’re excited to continue as a one of the elite rodeos on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) circuits.

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Rodeo athletes, both human and animal, will perform in four action packed rodeo performances, July 9th through the 12th, highlighted by the ever popular World Championship Indian Relay Races!

Family fun runs throughout rodeo week, July 5th through the 13th, with the Boot Kick-off, pancake breakfast, bed races, parade, POW-WOW, carnival, street dances and much, much more!!!!

Please join us in 2014! You won’t want to miss the most exciting event of the year!

Schedule

HorseRiding

 

Saturday, July 5th

10:00 am – 10:00 pm – Rodeo Royalty Pageant and Horsemanship Contest

Sunday, July 6th

TBA

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Tuesday, July 8th

7:00 am – PRCA Steer Roping Slack (Fairgrounds)
10:00 am – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm – PowWow (Historic Sheridan Inn)
4:00 pm – Sheridan WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-Off Party – Kendrick Park

Wednesday, July 9th

9:00 am – Rodeo Slack (Fairgrounds)
10:00 am – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm – PowWow (Historic Sheridan Inn)
5:00 pm – 12:00 am – Carnival Opens (Fairgrounds)
6:30 pm – Pre-rodeo Entertainment (Fairgrounds)
7:00 pm – First PRCA Rodeo Performance including World Championship Indian Relay Races
Kids Night (Kids 12 & Under -$7.00) (Fairgrounds)

Thursday, July 10th

9:00 am – Rodeo Slack (Fairgrounds)
10:00 am – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm – PowWow (Historic Sheridan Inn)
5:00 pm – 12:00 am – Carnival (Fairgrounds)
6:30 pm – Pre-rodeo Entertainment (Fairgrounds)
7:00 pm – Second PRCA Rodeo Performance including World Championship Indian Relay Races
Patriot Night (wear red!) (Fairgrounds)

Friday, July 11th

6:00 am – Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast (Grinnell Street)
8:00 am – Sneaker & Spurs Rodeo Run (Main Street)
9:00 am – Beds Along the Big Horns Race (Main Street)
9:00 am – Rodeo Slack (Fairgrounds)
10:00 am – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
10:00 am – Parade (Main Street)
12:00 pm – ‘First Peoples’ Pow Wow & Dance following Parade (Historic Sheridan Inn)
1:00 pm – Kiwanis Duck Race (Kendrick Park)
5:00 pm – 12:00 am – Carnival (Fairgrounds)
6:30 pm – Pre-rodeo Entertainment (Fairgrounds)
7:00 pm – Third PRCA Rodeo Performance including World Championship Indian Relay Races
Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night (wear pink!) (Fairgrounds)
Following Rodeo – Street Dance (Downtown)

Saturday, July 12th

9:00 am – Rodeo Slack (Fairgrounds)
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
5:00 pm – 12:00 am – Carnival (Fairgrounds)
6:30 pm – Crowning of 2015 Sheridan WYO Rodeo Royalty (Fairgrounds)
7:00 pm – Final PRCA Rodeo Performance including World Championship Indian Relay Races
Celebrating 84 Years (wear “old timey” cowboy clothes!) (Fairgrounds)
Following Rodeo – Street Dance (Downtown)

Sunday, July 13th
TBA – Bob King Memorial Team Roping (Fairgrounds)
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm – American Indian Art Show Sale (Sagebrush Art Center)
1:00 pm – Tailgate Party, Polo Game (Big Horn Equestrian Center)

 

Boot Kick-Off

Boot-Kick-Off

 

Sheridan WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-Off

July 9th, 2013

4:00 pm – Sheridan WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-Off Party (Kendrick Park)


Golf Tournament

Golf

 

8th Annual Chris LeDoux Spurs and Spikes Memorial Golf Tournament

The 8th Annual Chris LeDoux Spurs and Spikes Memorial Golf Tournament will be held June 27 & 28, 2014 at The Powder Horn Golf Club in Sheridan, WY.

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The two day event will include a practice round, barbecue and auction, in addition to the four-person scramble golf tournament. The Spurs and Spikes will be held in conjunction with the Sheridan WYO Rodeo as part of the PRCA rodeo’s ten-day celebration.

The Chris LeDoux Spurs and Spikes Memorial Golf Tournament began in the summer of 2007 as a fundraiser for the Chris LeDoux Memorial Foundation. The foundation was established by the LeDoux family after the loss of the singer-song writer and World Champion Bareback Rider, Chris LeDoux. All of the money raised goes directly to the Chris LeDoux Memorial Foundation which is helping to construct the Chris LeDoux Memorial Park in Kaycee, Wyoming. The park is home to a life size and ¼ “Good Ride Cowboy” bronze sculpture by D. Michael Thomas. Along with construction of the park, the foundation supports various charities, including the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund, a fund set up to help injured rodeo athletes and their families in need.

Click here for a printable pdf brochure with more information.

 

Rodeo Run

Trail-Running

 

Sneakers and Spurs Rodeo 5 K Run / 1.5 Mile Walk

Sneakers and Spurs Rodeo 5K Downtown Sheridan

Friday, July 11, 2013

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Registration & Check-in 7 AM
Race starts at 8:00 AM Grinnell Street and Main

Pre-Register at The Sport Stop or Foot of the Bighorns

Includes a commemorative t-shirt, sponsor give-away, chip time, awards and refreshments!

Pre Register at The Sport Stop before 5 PM, WED July 9
Late Registration July 10 & 11 at The Sport Stop
Race Day Registration July 11 at The Sport Stop
T-shirt guaranteed to Pre Registered participants

Click here to sign up!

ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT SHS CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM

 

Indian Relay

FEMain

 

17th Annual World Championship Indian Relay Races

$30,000 Payout

Friday, July 11, 2013

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Fun Facts

Cash prizes for traditional tribal costuming ! Buckles and Jackets awarded to race winners!

A loose horse on the track disqualifi es the team for that heat only.

1880-1920 traditional tribal costumes (moccasins, breechcloths) absolutely required for riders.

4 people and 3 horses per team (a maximum of 6 horses may be rotated).

All horses remain on track during entire race.

Races will be timed. Championship race determined by times posted in qualifying heats.

Dismounted, standing start. Muggers may assist rider.

A line will be marked in front of the grandstand. Any rider mounting their horse between this line and the grandstand will be assessed a 10 second penalty.

Race officials reserve the right to excuse any team with unruly or unfit horses.

CLICK HERE FOR AN ENTRY FORM AND RELAY RACE RULES