Going into its third year, The Ultimate Bullriding Battle scheduled for Aug. 24 at Sandy Downs will give back to the Idaho Falls community.
FORT HALL – The 56th Annual Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival started Thursday as Native Americans from tribes across the U.S. and Canada gathered at Fort Hall to watch and participate in the biggest outdoor powwow in Idaho.
PRESTON — The committee that plans That Famous Preston Night Rodeo each year has decided to “be more involved in the community and supporting kids and education,” Chairwoman Kris Beckstead said.
PRESTON — The Great Basin Rodeo Club hosted a youth rodeo last weekend in Preston.
The new 2019-20 War Bonnet Roundup Royalty was selected last weekend, and the court is comprised of Queen Tori Wanner, Teen Queen Ashlynn Hill and Princess Jyllian Christensen.
Jessy Wanner and his team, Hadtobenuts Bob and First Element placed second in the World Chariot Racing competition held last weekend in Ogden, Utah.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The economic impact of Cheyenne Frontier Days totaled $27.1 million in 2018, according to a new Dean Runyan Associates report. This is down from $28 million in direct visitor spending in 2015.
BELGRADE, Mont. — A project to commemorate a unique aspect of Belgrade’s past moved closer to reality this week when local resident Keith Mainwaring announced he has raised enough money to create an outdoor mural depicting the Belgrade Bull.
DENVER — The year was 1906, and there was no rodeo in sight. In the inaugural year of the National Western Stock Show, any display of roping and riding skill was still 25 years away. There was no food court hocking giant turkey legs, either.
CHALLIS —A half-dozen volunteer members of the North Custer Rodeo Committee approached the Custer County commissioners last month with budget questions, ambitious plans to improve the rodeo grounds in Challis and a vision for the facility’s future.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — Albany County’s purchase of the Range Arena was completed this fall after voters approved the $325,000 transaction as part of voters’ renewal of the Special Purpose Excise Tax in August.
BOISE — Boise native Sydney Butler has never missed a single Snake River Stampede rodeo in her 22 years of life. She spent many of these rodeos both in the stands and behind the chutes.
CALDWELL — Casey Bequeath, Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame inductee and third-time saddle bronc champion, was known for his loving heart, positivity and the lasting impression he left on those who knew him.
LEWISTON (AP) — A Nez Perce man famous for his 1916 saddle bronc win at the Pendleton Round-Up will be inducted into the Idaho Rodeo Hall of Fame next month.
FORT HALL — One jockey, three horses and no saddles is the recipe for what has been called America’s first extreme sport: Indian relay racing.
CALDWELL — Right before she is about to run a race, Jessie Telford tells herself three things: “Enjoy the ride, enjoy the moment and trust your timing.”
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — When Juel Afdahl was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer this past year, it rocked the Wyoming High School Rodeo Association.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The often unsung heroes of rodeo are getting a little extra TLC at Cheyenne Frontier Days from a certified veterinarian and veterinary students from Colorado State University.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Sean Mulligan never pictured himself breeding horses.
LOGAN, Utah — The Cache Event Center won’t be completely finished in time for the Cachee County Fair and Rodeo next week, but it should be far enough along that it won’t hinder the festivities.
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — A trick-riding team called the Cowgirl Sweethearts will be the specialty act at this year’s Ellensburg Rodeo during Labor Day Weekend.
CALDWELL —“These boots are made for rodeoing” is the new catchphrase around Caldwell right now. With the event now in its 10th year, the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce is changing its annual rodeo art contest. From now through Aug. 18, dozens of Caldwell businesses will have decorated boots on…