RODEO EVENTS

1. CHUTE DOGGING

 

This variation of steer wrestling allows non-mounted contestants to compete. The cowboy comes out of a bucking chute holding a steer by the horns. After crossing a line he flips the steer to the ground with all 4 feet in the air.

2. GOAT TYING

 

Commonly seen in high school and junior rodeos, a goat is tied to a stake. The cowgirl rides across the arena over a score line to the goat, dismounts, flanks and ties the goat in a manner similar to calf roping.

3. STEER/CALF DRESSING

 

The steer/calf leaves the bucking chute, and a team of cowboys/cowgirls wrestle the animal long enough to put a pair of panties on it.

4. WOMEN'S BARREL RACING

 

Barrel racing is a timed event. At a signal from the starter, the contestant will run to barrel #1, pass to the left of it and complete an approximately 360 degree turn around it, then go to barrel #2, pass to the right of it and complete a slightly more than a 360 degree turn around it, then go to barrel #3 pass to the right of it and do another approximately 360 degree turn around it and then sprint to the finish line.

5. BREAKAWAY ROPING

 

Similar to calf roping, except the time stops when the rope 
breaks away from the saddle horn, and rider does not dismount.

6. CALF ROPING

 

Contestant must rope calf, dismount, go down rope and throw calf by hand and cross and tie any three feet. Tie must hold and three legs remain crossed until passed on by the judge.

7. BUSINESSMANS ROPING

 

A version of calf roping with two cowboys assuming separate roles of roper and tier.

8. RIBBION ROPING

 

In this coed event, a mounted cowboy or cowgirl ropes a calf. His or her partner must then catch the calf, and remove a ribbon from its tail, running back across a score line. The kids like to get involved in this one

9. OPEN TEAM ROPING

 

The first roper is the Header and catches the steer by the horns, the second roper is the heeler who catches the steer by the hind feet. Time will be taken when steer is roped and both horses are facing steer in line with ropes dallied and tight.

10. SENIOR TEAM ROPING

 

Just like the Open team roping the rules are the same, except the added requirement that each contestant must be at least 40 years or older. 

11. STEER STOPPING

 

Roper will start from head box. Time will stop when steer is facing horse and both are on all four feet.

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